AGA Collaborative would love to visit your college or university. We sustain individual teaching practices at our home institutions (Davidson College, University of New Mexico, University of North Carolina, Charlotte), and are committed to collaborative teaching in guest residencies.
We offer classes in contemporary techniques, improvisation, and composition; lectures and workshops on our collaborative practices; collaborative choreography for and with student dancers; and performances of our work.
See below for examples of recent teaching and choreographic residencies.
UNC Charlotte, Department of Dance
January 29–February 4, 2017
Weeklong residency at UNC Charlotte to create a new work for and with students; facilitate a university-wide workshop in collaboration; and perform our newest work, win.place.show.
UNC Chapel Hill, Department of Physical Activity
A master class for dancers and actors that explored using text to facilitate improvisation, movement generation, and composition. Part of our residency for the Geomancy project.
Colby College, Department of Theater and Dance
March 1–7, 2014
April 10–12, 2014
Weeklong teaching and choreographic residency in which we created a new dance for, and with, Colby students; taught contemporary techniques; and performed Like a turtle without a shell, or crow’s feet, with a post-performance discussion, and and how to be in two places at once.
Luther College, Department of Visual and Performing Arts
September 19–22, 2012
Four-day teaching residency in which we worked with composition students; taught contemporary techniques; and performed Like a turtle without a shell, or crow's feet, with a post-performance discussion.