The Master of Fine Arts in Dance: Embodied Interdisciplinary Praxis

The Master of Fine Arts in Dance: Embodied Interdisciplinary Praxis is a 2-year, full-time terminal degree in Dance dedicated to embodied knowledge and practice-led movement discourses. The program endorses dance as a politically, socially and spiritually transformative force in society and engages students at the vanguard of contemporary dance culture and praxis. The MFA encourages practice-based, interdisciplinary research that has the potential to result in tangible contributions to culture and society at large.

Graduate News

MFA Dancers Participate in RESIST COVID/TAKE 6!

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Alyah Baker named 2020-2021 Graduate Arts Fellow in Social Choreography and Performance

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Video: How Duke Dance adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Welcome to the Dance MFA Cohort- Class of 2022