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Apr
25
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
27
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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May
2
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
9
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
16
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
23
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
13
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
13
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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Apr
6
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Mar
31
3:00 PM15:00

"Reunion" Premiere (Dance for Social Change 2019 Fest Event)

DG Uprising, our high school youth dance company, will premiere their new multidisciplinary performance piece, Reunion, as the culminating event of the DSC festival. The performance combines contemporary, hip hop dance, and spoken word to create a performative reflection, exploring the current effects of gentrification and historical patterns of displacement in New Orleans.

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Mar
30
3:00 PM15:00

"Reunion" Premiere (Dance for Social Change 2019 Fest Event)

DG Uprising, our high school youth dance company, will premiere their new multidisciplinary performance piece, Reunion, as the culminating event of the DSC festival. The performance combines contemporary, hip hop dance, and spoken word to create a performative reflection, exploring the current effects of gentrification and historical patterns of displacement in New Orleans.

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Mar
30
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen (@ Dancing Grounds This Week Only!)

SAT MAR 30 CLASS IS AT DANCING GROUNDS! The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Mar
30
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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Mar
16
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Mar
16
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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