Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts (EMIA) is a summer dance intensive celebrating its second year at Hofstra University in Long Island, NY. Founded by renowned choreographer and dance educator, Fredrick Earl Mosley EMIA enters its 14th summer bringing together students ages 14 to 24 for 4 weeks of training, collaboration, creativity and community. EMIA invites a diverse array of professional dance educators and choreographers of the highest caliber to share their expertise with our students, giving them the tools needed to excel in dance and in life.
Founder Earl Mosley strongly believes in passion, spirit, and appreciating the differences that make each artist truly unique and respected. He welcomes Diversity not only in art, but in the life experiences that each dancer brings to the process of creating dance that entertains, educates and heals the human spirit.
A central part of our mission is supporting dancers of all socioeconomic backgrounds. EMIA assists 80% of dancers with scholarship funds, providing tuition assistance to an average of 90+ students each summer. For 13 years, thanks to the generous support of our donors we have furthered our mission. We are grateful for your continued support to help make EMIA 2019 our most powerful summer yet!
More about EMIA (Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts):
Dancers take daily technique classes in modern dance, ballet, contemporary, jazz, African, yoga, hip-hop and more, taught by an outstanding team of nationally and internationally known dance teachers and choreographers. Each student has an opportunity to learn and rehearse repertory works which are presented during fully produced performances that are open to the community. Additionally, EMIA gives students the opportunity to develop as choreographers, as they create and perform their own dance pieces during a public student choreography performance. Over the past several years EMIA has expanded initiatives to help these young artists through their careers, offering workshops on entrepreneurship, injury prevention, dance history, career counseling, technical production, costume design and more!
Join us for EMIA 2019 at Hofstra University July 7- August 3. Visit diversityofdance.org for more information and tickets to summer 2019 performances!
Contributions of any amount are appreciated. We are excited to offer the following perks for donations of these amounts:
All donations $10 and above are appreciated and donors will receive a handwritten thank you note. Those donating $100 and above will be listed on the website with donor’s permission.
$10 - $49 - Our deepest gratitude on behalf of our organization
$50 - Never before seen EMIA phone wallet holder
$75 - Newly designed EMIA 2019 t-shirt
$150 - Signed photo prints of our internationally acclaimed artists (i.e. Matthew Rushing, Clifton Brown, Fredrick Earl Mosley and others)
$200 - Private Pilates with nominated Club Pilates 2018 Instructor of the Year Manuela Sanchez (mutually agreed date - 1 hour session)
$250 - Gyro session with internationally acclaimed artist Clifton Brown (mutually agreed date - 1 hour session)
$300 – Experience a rehearsal process with Founder and Artistic Director Fredrick Earl Mosley (mutually agreed date)
$400 - Portrait session with incredible photographers Alexander Diaz or Julia Discenza (mutually agreed date - 2 hour session)
$2,000 – Lunch or Dinner with Founding Members of Diversity of Dance Inc.: Fredrick Earl Mosley, Clifton Brown, and Matthew Rushing (mutually agreed date)
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