Posts Tagged ‘I.D.E.A.’

A Fond Farewell

Publisher Rhee Gold looks back at Dance Studio Life’s history—and turns his attention to what’s next by Ryan P. Casey Rhee Gold chuckles as he begins telling me a story. “This is the best one,” he says. He said the same thing before launching into a different anecdote 15 minutes ago, but I’m all ears.…

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Studio Style | Makeovers, renovations, and dream spaces

Dance Innovations Dance Center by Heather Turbeville Recital season is one of the most hectic and stressful times of the year for studio owners. As if regular show prep pressures weren’t enough, the day before her recital in June 2016, Katie Fitzpatrick’s landlord dropped a bomb on her: he would not be renewing her lease.…

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On My Mind | The end of an era

Words from the publisher This July marks 14 years since we launched Dance Studio Life magazine. Skeptics told me that a print magazine for dance teachers wouldn’t fly, but my gut told me to go for it. Dance education is one of the greatest professions in the world, and I knew that with a magazine…

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Editor Speak | Trust and Teachers

Trust is so important between employer and employee. Studio owners often come to our guru-in-chief, Rhee Gold, with this complaint: “I trusted my staffer! And now she’s betrayed me.” Whether the betrayal involved poaching students, overstepping authority, or spreading comments shared in confidence, the sadness and fury of the injured studio owner is palpable in…

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