Dance Choreography -- The act of creating movement. The choreographer may be the performer or one of the performers, but the choreographer does not have to perform in the entry.
The dance can be performed by an individual or a group.
An explanation of the origin of the dance and/or the significance of the choreography might be a useful addition to the artist statement when submitting a dance choreography entry that involves traditional, cultural or regional dances. Whether an entry displays formal dance technique or a simple approach, it will be judged primarily on how well the student uses his or her artistic vision to portray the theme, originality and creativity.
The dance must:
Be a new and original work based on the theme "Look Within". A large part of the judging is based how the work relates to the theme as spelled out in the Artist's (written) Statement.
Be recorded on a flash drive in one of these formats: MP3, MP4, WMA, WAV, ACC (M4A) and FLAC
Not exceed 5 minutes in length and 1 GB in file size
You can read the detailed rules from the Texas PTA here.
To submit a piece of literature into the Reflections Program:
Think about the theme “Look Within”
Choreograph a dance and record a performance onto a flash drive
Place your flash drive in a zip loc bag and write your name and the name of your piece on the bag
Submit a Reflections Entry Form
Turn in the flash drive to any of the school’s main offices.