ADF Project Dance

ADF Project Dance developed in 1998 in collaboration with the Durham Parks and Recreation Department. ADF Project Dance is an outreach program designed to expose the Triangle community to dance. Over the years, ADF Project Dance has worked with community partners such as public school systems, senior centers, children’s museums, Duke Hospital, community centers, as well as the Durham Parks and Recreation Department. ADF Project Dance provides master classes with professional teaching artists and guest performers as well as opportunities to attend live dress rehearsals and performances. Valuing the importance of community and education, ADF continues to dedicate time and resources to providing youth the opportunity to explore their full potential through dance. REQUEST ADF PROJECT DANCE

GRADES: Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

ADF Project Dance Workshop

ADF Project Dance workshops feature Gaspard Louis (dancer/choreographer) and Osei Appiagyei (master drummer) and are available to schools (K-12), colleges, after-school and youth service programs, seniors, and area businesses. The 60-minute workshop incorporates movement and music and can be adapted to accommodate diverse participants.

Special Requirements: Media Center or Large Classroom/Gym Space with 2 chairs

Maximum Participants: 28

Duration: 60 minutes, up to 3 classes per day

Workshop Fee: $188.00 per class/hr.