- Arts in Education
- Community Engagement
- Professional Development
Looking for an unforgettable dance experience for your students?
We invite you to consider a dance residency with ClancyWorks Dance Company. More than performers, we are dedicated dance educators and community activists acclaimed for our visually stunning, intellectually stimulating partnering work that echoes our core values—to build community, raise cultural awareness, and shift perceptions through dance.
With more than a decade of experience, ClancyWorks enjoys a growing national reputation for our progressive teaching methods. We’ve been funded by the Dana Foundation to train dance educators from around the nation and the world. We have led more than 300 residencies and workshops in schools and universities across the nation, including Goucher College (MD), Oakland University (MI), Texas Christian University (TX), University of New Mexico (NM), Tulane University (LA), University of Maryland Baltimore County (MD), Texas Pan America (TX), Texas A&M University (TX), Community College of Baltimore County Essex, and James Madison University (VA).
Working with ClancyWorks to Design Your Residency Program
We recognize and respect the unique characteristics of each college and university dance community we visit. Our first step in planning a ClancyWorks dance residency will be to collaborate with you to design a program aligned with the specific values, needs, and learning goals of your students. Unlimited options are available, but examples of some successful residency models include:
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ClancyWorks can work with dance departments of all sizes and within multiple budget ranges to accommodate the unique needs and goals of your university, college or department and especially your students. We also can assist with the application process for grants to secure funding for the residency program. See our list of touring and arts in education rosters. Please contact us today to discuss the needs and goals for your dance students in a ClancyWorks dance residency!