Join us for monthly family dance jams in our large and comfortable dance studio! Adults and children connect and get their wiggles out in these lively dance classes. Families big or small can drop in for $25.
We are so excited to open our doors for winter/spring studio lab classes. Classes are available for children, tweens, and teens, who want to explore creativity through the art of dance! Register today!
Patricia is now an official doctoral candidate! This means that she starts her research now and will complete her dissertation in the spring with hopes to add to the scant amount of published research in dance education. She needs help collecting data from California elementary classroom teachers or specialists, including Physical Education. If you are willing to participate or know classroom teachers who care about children’s creativity and would be willing to complete a 15-minute questionnaire, please sign the consent form here.
Heather is accepting electronic or mailed consents and will send out links to each person’s individualized electronic instrument to those who have given consent. Questionnaires are due back by January 24, 2020 (NEW DEADLINE). Thanks in advance for supporting dance education research!
See the formal letter from Patricia about this research here.
Registration for winter/spring Studio Lab is now open! Give the give of dance this January.
Register for our Early Childhood classes (3 yrs, 4 & 5 yrs), Creative Dance Improvisation (5-7 yrs), Improvisation + Dance Fundamentals (8-11 yrs), or our tween/teen Improvisation + Comp classes today!
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If you are interested in making a donation of goods for our March 7th Moon Dance: A Marvelous Night… event, or in providing event sponsorship, we gratefully accept. Please contact Aiano (firstname.lastname@example.org). As a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, your donation is considered a charitable gift and may be tax-deductible. Luna’s EIN is 56-2467645.
In celebration of Luna’s 28th birthday, we’re holding another one of our fabulous & fun fundraising events on March 7, 2020. We’re returning to the Clif Bar Theater in Emeryville and hope you will join us for dancing and socializing with our community of artists, educators, parents, staff, board, and activists. We’ll be posting up-to-date information as we learn more… meanwhile, please mark your calendars!
It can be challenging to talk about race. One way in is by listening to others – their perspectives, the questions they ask. Created by journalists of color, Code Switch is a weekly podcast that shares the voices of real people and the stories of how racial and inequity issues affect their lives. Several episodes explore race & equity in education, and this episode includes a conversation about our role as dance educators – check it out & keep the conversations going!