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Articles by Catherine L. Tully

Boost Your Bottom Line

August 15, 2010 by

Operating a dance studio requires a lot of work, and studio owners are always looking for effective ways to make extra money without adding too many demands to their already packed schedules. Here are just … Continue reading

Community Connection

September 13, 2008 by

Kristine Anderson has been teaching dance for 25 years in a variety of settings, from studios to public schools. But it was only five years ago, when she joined the faculty at Butler Community College … Continue reading

Problem Solved: Picture Perfect

September 1, 2008 by

If you’ve faced the challenge of finding a good photographer—and have one or two bad experiences under your belt—you’re not alone. Struggling to communicate with someone who doesn’t understand the unique demands of working with … Continue reading

Finding the Right Fit

May 15, 2008 by

Catherine L. Tully is the Outside Europe Representative for the National Dance Teachers Association in the UK.
 
Hiring instructors to teach at your studio is one of the most important things you will ever do as … Continue reading

Is Sharing Your Studio Right For You?

May 15, 2005 by

The financial responsibility that comes with owning and running a dance studio is a lot to take on. Sharing your space is one way to ease the burden all around. How you go about doing … Continue reading

How Safe is Your Studio?

January 16, 2005 by

No teacher or studio owner likes to think about an emergency situation arising while he or she is in charge. Unfortunately, it does happen. A little time spent preparing and taking precautionary measures will ensure … Continue reading