Oregon Dance Education Organization serves as a vital voice and as a convening body for dance educators, and the dance community who live, learn, and/or work throughout the state of Oregon.

 *Oregon Dance Education Organization (ODEO) is a recently established state affiliate of the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO). ODEO members receive dual membership with NDEO. To become an ODEO member one must enroll through NDEO. Upon joining NDEO, Oregon residents are automatically enrolled in ODEO. Oregon residents who were members of NDEO prior to ODEO becoming an affiliate will be enrolled in ODEO upon renewal.

Register now for our 2020 Conference!

Dance Education in Oregon:

Who We Are, What We Are Doing, and Where We Are Going

February 8, 2020-  11am-7 pm
Lane Community College
4000 E 30th Ave, Eugene OR, 97405

In our second conference, we are pondering the direction of dance across the state, and are seeking to create connections among teachers, organizations, and communities.

Registration Fee: $85

Early Bird registration: $75 (register before January 8, 2020)
NDEO/ODEO members: $72.25 (15% discount)
Students: $15
Lane Community College Students: $10

View the 2020 conference schedule and learn more about our presenters and award winners here:

JOIN OUR BOARD!

ODEO is looking to fill the following currently open positions on our volunteer board:

-Communications Director, 1 year term

-  Student representative, 1 year term with quarterly meeting attendance

- Advocacy Director, 3 year term

- Treasurer, 3 year term

Please email info@oregondeo.org (attention VP) for more information

Deadline for spring application submissions: February 14

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Oregon Dance Education Organization

PO Box 82813
Portland, OR 97282

Oregon Dance Education

Photo courtesy of DEMA African Dance and Drumming Ensemble led by Dr. Habib Iddrisu at the University of Oregon. Photography by Pam Cressall