Saturday, October 14, 2017
Yerba Buena Gardens
Join Alonzo King LINES Dance Center for a FREE performance as part of the Yerba Buena Nights. LINES Dance Center workshop students showcase their work in this culminating performance for the community in the heart of San Francisco. Experience new works by choreographers and teachers Tim Rubel, Laure Fleurentin, and Laura O'Malley.
Garrett+Moulton Productions in partnership with The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Alonzo King LINES Community Programs presents:
Ball Passing 101: A Fun and Free Workshop for Kids and Families
What is Ball Passing?
Created in 1978 by award winning choreographer Charles Moulton, Ball Passing is part dance, part game and part living puzzle. It has been learned by groups as diverse as The Joffrey Ballet and children at the Olga Pediatric Hospital in Stuttgart, Germany. Ball Passing has been taught to more than 5000 individuals around the world with widely varied skill sets and cultural backgrounds.
In Our Workshop Participants Will
- Work together as a team to solve fun problems in an upbeat and non-judgmental environment
- Develop Creative Skills
- Hone Communication Skills
- Have a Lot of Fun!
Who Can Participate?
Kids from 8 - 16 years old and their family members. We especially welcome kids with Type 1 Diabetes and kids with other chronic diseases who can safely participate in group activities. All are welcome! This workshop is free of charge.
The workshop will be led by internationally recognized choreographers Charles Moulton and Janice Garrett, Co-Artistic Directors of Garrett + Moulton Productions, a San Francisco based non-profit organization dedicated to transformation and healing through the arts.
Where and When
Alonzo King LINES Dance Center
267 7th Street, 5th FloorSan Francisco
Sunday, November 5, 2pm-5pm
Registration and Info
The workshop is free but there are limited places.
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