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Registration Open for Free Dance Workshops

Registration is Open for Free Huntsville Moving! Dance Workshops for Adults and Children


 

Initiated by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Huntsville-area groups are celebrating dance this month with a variety of free community workshops, activities and public events. The new initiative titled Huntsville Moving! brings together three professional dance groups, Ballet Folklorico de Huntsville, Nicolay Dance Works and NobleMotion Dance to offer three-week dance workshops at the Wynne Home Art Center.
Developed for children ages 8 years old and up, free Dancing for the Camera workshop will explore the process of creating dances that complement the environment including in and around The Wynne Home. Instructed by SHSU professor of dance, Dionne Noble, the dances created from the workshop will be filmed and later screened at the finale Huntsville Moving! public event on April 16. Classes take place Mondays & Wednesdays from 4:30pm– 5:30pm starting March 28 through April 13.

The Huntsville Moving! dance workshop for adults will feature a different style of dance each week including an evening of historical and cultural Mexican dances with a European flavor, a class centered on making a movement signature from everyday gestures, and a social dance such as Ballroom Dancing or Waltz. The free workshop program takes place at the Wynne Home Art Center on Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm on March 30, April 6, and April 13.

Early registration is encouraged as space is limited. To register contact the Wynne Home Arts Center at 936-291-5434.

Huntsville Moving! is made possible by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works. Additional funding support is from the Huntsville Arts Commission and the Friends of the Wynne. In addition to the partnering dance organizations and the Wynne Home, several additional groups and local organizations have joined forces to make this community initiative possible including The City of Huntsville, Sam Houston State University College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication, SHSU Percussion Ensemble, Huntsville Family YMCA and Huntsville Boys and Girls Club.

Info and photo provided by College of Fine Arts & Mass Comm

2 comments

  1. George H. Russell

    All you are doing is parroting or copying shit from the HUNTSVILLE ITEM
    Let’s get to genuine reporting about the ORGANIZED CRIME THAT RUNS WALKER COUNTY.

    • It’s called a press release. If you will read all the way to the bottom, you will see that the source is credited.

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