Dancers aged 11-17 come together to learn the art of choreography during full-day camps. Camp themes provide a source of inspiration for their solo, duet, and group pieces. Dancers are supported in developing their aesthetic qualities and expressive storytelling voices as they make dances meaningful to them. No prerequisite. Camp is open to new & experienced learners of dance.
What is the relationship between dance and music?
Tweens and Teens explore all types of choreographic devices through musicality and the dance element of time. Dancers will create original dances to their own musical choices and will be introduced to all types of music to experiment with dance-making. Make new friends, exchange ideas, collaborate, and learn all about the art of choreography.
Tweens and Teens explore themes of social justice and how they apply to making choreography. Dancers will learn more about activist inspired dance – who the choreographers are and their intentions behind making art. While looking at social justice themes from the past, dancers will investigate current topics, and create socially relevant dances for the present.
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