World Dance at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts is a training ground for students to hone their skills as diverse movers, creative practitioners and more! Students rigorously train in a variety of dance forms from around the world, employ choreographic devices and structures to generate their own work, and explore multidisciplinary approaches to art making throughout the year. Physical training is met with exploring the social, cultural and political contexts in which dance exists. Additionally, students have the opportunity to perform, choreograph and share their work with each other, their families and community throughout the year!
World Dance Artists
This page was last updated on August 22, 2023