Bridging Two Worlds Through Art: Creative Borders 2018

Creative Borders is a three-time Juilliard Global Enrichment Grant awarded service project with a mission to promote arts education and help underserved communities around the globe. This summer, Creative Borders completed their third consecutive year of facilitating a cross-disciplinary outreach program in Gaborone, Botswana. Artistic Director and Juilliard Dance 2018 graduate Amanda Bouza reflects on her experience of working on this summer’s program.

Creative Borders is a three-time Juilliard Global Enrichment Grant awarded service project with a mission to promote arts education and help underserved communities around the globe. This summer, Creative Borders completed their third consecutive year of facilitating a cross-disciplinary outreach program in Gaborone, Botswana. Artistic Director and Juilliard Dance 2018 graduate Amanda Bouza reflects on her experience of working on this summer’s program.

Juilliard Performers to Collaborate in Botswana June 2018 with Creative Borders

Creative Borders, founded by Amanda Bouza (Dance, ’18) and Juilliard alum Austin Joseph Reynolds (Dance, ’17), is the only Juilliard student-initiated program that has been granted The Juilliard Community Engagement Grant for three consecutive years. The group will travel to Botswana in June to teach free workshops to the community of Gaborone.

Creative Borders, founded by Amanda Bouza (Dance, ’18) and Juilliard alum Austin Joseph Reynolds (Dance, ’17), is the only Juilliard student-initiated program that has been granted The Juilliard Community Engagement Grant for three consecutive years. The group will travel to Botswana in June to teach free workshops to the community of Gaborone.

Brought To You By Fake News

Last week, the administration approached Joe Peterson about his March 15th practice room op-ed, calling his work “fake news.” He writes: “Their concern shows that students, in fact, do have power. We just need to recognize it collectively.”

Last week, the administration approached Joe Peterson about his March 15th practice room op-ed, calling his work “fake news.” He writes: “Their concern shows that students, in fact, do have power. We just need to recognize it collectively.”

Juilliard Appoints Alicia Graf Mack as New Director of the Dance Division

The search for the new director of Juilliard’s Dance Division has come to an end. Juilliard names Alicia Graf Mack, former leading dancer of Dance Theatre of Harlem and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, as director of the Juilliard Dance Division.

The search for the new director of Juilliard’s Dance Division has come to an end. Juilliard names Alicia Graf Mack, former leading dancer of Dance Theatre of Harlem and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, as director of the Juilliard Dance Division.

The Practice Room Crisis: A Response

Zlatomir Fung responds to Joseph Peterson’s March 15th opinion piece “Where TF Are The Practice Rooms?” and provides his own solution to the ever increasing practice room issue at The Juilliard School.

Zlatomir Fung responds to Joseph Peterson’s March 15th opinion piece “Where TF Are The Practice Rooms?” and provides his own solution to the ever increasing practice room issue at The Juilliard School.

Where TF Are The Practice Rooms?

One student ponders why a school leading the world in musical education has an insufficient amount of practice rooms. Joe Peterson looks into an issue that has affected most, if not all musicians at The Juilliard School.

One student ponders why a school leading the world in musical education has an insufficient amount of practice rooms. Joe Peterson looks into an issue that has affected most, if not all musicians at The Juilliard School.