Four high school teams from Maryland competed in the showcase Saturday night for a cash prize.
Performances ranged from emotional dances to a play that uses ChatGPT.
The celebration is one of the association’s biggest fall events, one week before the Mid-Autumn Festival — a widely celebrated holiday in some Asian cultures.
The NextNOW Fest took place in The Clarice’s Dance Theatre, with an audience filled with about 100 supportive friends, family and other dance students.
Friday’s performance, which took place in front of a nearly full audience, was the first UMoves: Undergraduate Dance Concert in four years.
While the album mostly sticks to her usual style of dance music, Goulding definitely experiments with different songs on the album.
Weekly salsa and bachata classes offer students and community members a chance to learn a new dance and more about a different culture.
The summit invited artists to unpack complex feelings through movement and discussion.
The performance was led by Gerson Noe Lanza Ruiz and Roxanne “Roxy” King, both students of the theatre, dance and performance studies school.
After the preview, the artists held an intimate discussion with the audience about COVID-19 and social justice.