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Weldon, Sandi V

 

Main Office: BLDG13 104
Phone Ext: 8303
Email: SWeldon@marin.edu
COM Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811
  (415) 883-2211

Office Hours
RoomStart TimeEnd TimeMonTueWedThurFriSatSun
BLDG13 122 1:45 PM2:45 PM
PA 98 2:00 PM3:00 PM

Positions
Organizational UnitPosition
Performing ArtsInstructor
Performing ArtsTemporary Faculty Instrl

Current and Future Courses
TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoom
Fall 2015 82364 DANC 103 - History of Musical Theatre 08/17/15-12/12/15 DL
81434 DANC 108 - Dance History: Art of Movement 08/17/15-12/12/15 DL
81642 DANC 117 - Dancercise 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 11:10-12:25 KTD PA 092
81982 DANC 117 - Dancercise 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 11:10-12:25 IVC PA 092
82368 DANC 142A - Beginning Tap Dance 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 12:40-13:55 KTD PA 092
81837 DANC 161 - Beginning Ballroom Dance 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 12:40-13:55 KTD PA 092
82540 DRAM 103 - History of Musical Theatre 08/17/15-12/12/15 DL
82454 MUS 103 - History of Musical Theatre 08/17/15-12/12/15 DL

About me
I have been teaching at the College of Marin for over forty years now. Started up at IVC and this semester I will be returning to the IVC campus to teach ballroom and dancercise again. I am also a performer and director/choreographer for various community theatre groups in the Bay Area. Try my online courses, Dance 108: Dance History and Dance 103: History of Musical Theatre. These are exciting and informative classes for anyone interested in dance or curious about the origins of dance in the world.

My Philosophy
Dance is any movement, created by man, beast, or otherwise, that shares the inner most thoughts, feelings, emotions, characters, and ideals created by its choreographer. Dance shares no boundaries with regards to culture, race, sex, or social status, and is neither better than any other art form nor better than itself. It is in its purest form the movement of humanity, and therefore should, and must, be accessible to all peoples.

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