What would we do if we needed to dance at work? What are the things we do in our own home that allow us to relax and enjoy our lives?
In this webinar I will demonstrate how an advanced social dance class can be taught in an adult-only setting and is much more fun than your typical group class: you can dance in groups, in a circle, or in pairs while learning basic skills in the traditional social dances: swing, Charleston, and tango. My students have found that it is extremely relaxing to dance with each other during a class, rather than waiting for them to go home at 2 a.m. or later in the day. I have also seen many students use the class to practice with the basic moves, and they say that it has been a perfect fit for them.
If you want an advanced social dance class with no pressure and the freedom to do what you want to do, please join me for the next session (Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 2:30 p.m. at the Dance House in Philadelphia)
Please note: This webinar is closed to public. You must register to attend this webinar.
This year my friend, fellow artist and friend of the blog, Jeff Williams, posted that he was a fan of “The Hunger Games” and that it was “the best thing I’ve seen in the last twelve years.” I was blown away at this realization. Jeff is a creative talent of incredible skill, not unlike my own fellow art teacher, Bill, who has put forth a series of posts on his blog. It seems the very act of reading his posts inspires me. The more I think about these posts—which go by in my mind like a “what-if”—the more I become drawn to them, and I find myself writing this post on the topic of how the Hunger Games and my own work have shaped my perspective on a story that I love.
Jeff Williams is best known for his paintings based on the works of artist and writer Elizabeth Bear, an honor he received in 2008. Williams’ paintings of the series, which include the “Frozen” series and “The Wolfman” series and others, have been featured in numerous galleries and are now part of the library at The Museum of Modern Art. I recently posted on a visit there that Williams is an outstanding, talented, and interesting person.
The Hunger Games
Jeff was born and grew up near New York City. He graduated from the Yale School of
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