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Dance To The People: Donation-Based Classes

Dance To The People: Donation-Based Classes

Company:

Dance To The People

Location:

Brooklyn Arts Exchange

Tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/events/243923406062579/

Dates:

Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 10:00am weekly through March 30, 2017

Where: 421 5th Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11215
When: Thursdays Feb 9 - March 30, 10am-noon
Who: Awesome teachers, hot people

ENTIRE CLASS SERIES: Thursdays 10am-12pm, February 9 - March 30, 2017

FEBRUARY 9 - PAVEL MACHUCA - MODERN
http://www.dancetothepeople.org/pavel-machuca.html

FEBRUARY 16 - TALLY JACKSON - CONTEMPORARY/MODERN
http://www.dancetothepeople.org/talli-jackson.html

FEBRUARY 23 - LAURA JERVIDALO RAVN - FLOORWORK
http://www.dancetothepeople.org/laura-jervidalo-ravn.html

Suggested donation $8 or Pay What You Can, all donations will go to the teacher of the day.

Dance to the People invited teachers who are seeking to develop a particular dance technique, or answer specific movement questions, to teach class, and hence make the learning space a collective laboratory.

Check them out, and come to as many as you can, and if you're a dance teacher yourself, you'll get to reflect on teaching strategies and share some knowledge.

BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange is providing a home for Dance To The People, to curate this series of donation-based Open Adult Classes. This series is a part of the CREATING SPACE Program. Funded in large part by the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, the CREATING SPACE Program provides opportunities to support and develop artists of all races, backgrounds, cultures, sexual orientations, gender identities and aesthetic traditions.


 

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