CELEBRATING 15 YEARS

EARL MOSLEY'S

INSTITUTE

OF

THE ARTS

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EMIA! 

ANNOUNCING 3 NEW TRAINING PROGRAMS

AND NOW GROWING TOGETHER

THIS FALL

For 15 years now, each summer Earl Mosley's Institute of the Arts has made it its mission to facilitate an environment where individuals from across the globe achieve their highest levels of excellence. Each year we offer participants an opportunity to CULTIVATE their artistic voices, EXPLORE new ideas and language, COLLABORATE with both teaching artists and peers, and most importantly, a chance to GROW TOGETHER.

This fall we're expanding EMIA and introducing our Youth Division for ages 10 -13, Pre-Professional Division for ages 14 - 17, and our Emerging Professional Division for ages 18+.
 

JOIN US THIS FALL.

EMIA FALL 2020 Online
OCTOBER 5, 2020 - DECEMBER 18, 2020

EMIA FALL 2020 Online will now offer you an exceptional and exciting experience this FALL. Further, your journey as a dancer, an emerging artist, and, most importantly, as a global citizen who takes actions with our community and beyond.

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YOUTH DIVISION

AGES 10 - 13

EMIA is now offering a Youth Division program for ages 10 - 13, designed to shape the body and mind of a young dancer. Classes will include Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, Repertory and more.

 

Our faculty will cultivate students to appreciate dance and the discipline that it takes to someday become professionals in the field of dance and beyond.

 

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM

AGES 14 -17

EMIA offers its Pre-Professional Program array line up of classes. We emphasize the focus on training in codified techniques such as Modern and Ballet. We provide each individual with the tools to advance and hone their artistic capabilities. Levels range from beginner to pre-professional.

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EMERGING

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM

AGES 18 +

EMIA's Professional Program cultivates a dance artist who is both interested in the physicality and the research required to excel in the field of the Performing Arts. We encourage artists to engage in diving deeper into their practice as artists. By focusing on the artistic process, dancers will refine and strengthen their approach as artists.