Reforming Art 2017 Summer Intensive
Jul
30
to Aug 3

Reforming Art 2017 Summer Intensive

Designed for the contemporary ballet dancer, Reforming Art Productions' (RAP) Summer Intensive is a unique summer training opportunity that provides a safe and nurturing environment for students to pursue the highest standard of technique, while also developing their artistry through mentored creative experimentation. Different than any other summer intensive, RAP's training program is designed to reflect an authentic dance company experience. 

Students can expect to receive training in the following areas:

- Daily Ballet
- Contemporary Techniques
- Improvisation
- Composition
- RAP Training
- Rehearsal

Join us on Thursday Aug 3 for an in house studio showing, from 3:15-4. See what the students have created and learned throughout the week! This event is FREE for all family and friends.

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Feb
5
4:30 PM16:30

BY DONATION CLASS

On Feb. 5, RAP will be hosting a "By Donation Class". All proceeds raised at this event will go towards the Fraser family and the #GOJOGO Campaign. 

Early in November 2016, Joanne Fraser was diagnosed with advanced Stage 3C Ovarian Cancer. Due to residency issues, she is unable to return to Canada, and has thus been receiving treatment alone in the Middle East since late November. The #GOJOGO Campaign has been set up to help the family raise the needed funds to bring Joanne's children to Doha, Qatar. 

Class will be held in the Birmingham Studio, at the Scotiabank Dance Centre. Class will be held from 4:30-6:30 pm.

For more info on this campaign, or to donate please visit: https://www.youcaring.com/joannefraser-697502

 

 

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Dec
19
to Dec 21

WINTER INTENSIVE WORKSHOP WEEK

From Dec. 19 - Dec. 21, join us every evening, from 5:00 - 8:00 @ the Scotiabank Dance Centre, for a nightly workshop class. Theses classes will include training in the following areas:

  • Ballet
  • Contemporary
  • Creative Process Work
  • Dance on Film

*** Intended for advanced level dancers, participants should have at least 2-3 years of professional training, and be comfortable with both improvisations and creative tasks. ***

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