Community Dance at Dancers' Workshop

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

ART & MOVEMENT

This affordable after-school program is great for elementary students who love to create and move. The Art Association and Dancers' Workshop are excited to inspire students to think outside the box! This class explores the fundamental principles of visual art and dance. It's a perfect opportunity for students who want to explore their artistic side through a variety of activities. Students will build art projects, create dances and forge new friendships during the 8-week program.

For K-2 and 3-5 sessions beginning in November, February or May:

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Community Dance at Dancers' Workshop

IN THE COMMUNITY

SAVION GLOVER OCT 11-13

In May of 2018, the legendary tap dancer visited the Senior Center of JH and shared outreach at Jackson Hole Middle & High Schools. Savion returns in October of 2018 to continue to reach populations that might not venture into our studio space or the theater, visiting the schools for a second round and presenting a lecture demonstration at Dancers' Workshop on Saturday, October 13 from 4:00-5:30pm. LEARN MORE

BILL T. JONES OCT 19-25

Calling all participants, non-dancers and dancers, for an experimental movement project with the world-renowned choreographer and his Company. If you are 16, curious and open-minded, we want you and your fellow community members- friends, coworkers, family. Join us in exploring the subject matter of loneliness as an individual and within a community, as part of Jones' latest large-scale work. LEARN MORE

 

Contemporary Dance at Dancers' Workshop

OPEN REHEARSALS

Open rehearsals open a dialogue between visiting artists, resident artists and audiences. Artists have the opportunity to share in-process work and garner valuable feedback. Audiences are treated to an intimate glimpse into the rehearsal process and greater access to visiting artists. Open rehearsals are free events and are open to the general public and DW students.

Dance Theater at Dancers' Workshop

OPEN DOOR TICKETS

This subsidized ticketing program gives those who can not otherwise afford to attend a performance the opportunity to. Through relationships with local civic and human service organizations throughout the valley, we offer free tickets for DW programming to students, seniors and local families.