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Learn hip-hop technique, focused on correct body placement and safety.
Build meaningful bridges to other arts and disciplines through exciting, time-tested lessons and activities that include technology and encourage the exploration of hip-hop's rich history. Gain new insights into the art form's social and cultural significance.
Sun, Jan 19 & 26, 2014, 1:30-6:30 pm, 2 sessions, $185 until Jan 10 / $200 After.
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Hip-Hop and the Blueprint
First Session: Sun, Jan 19, 2014, 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Kathleen Isaac, faculty, Alvin Ailey School; creator and facilitator of teacher development workshop programs and teaching artist in the schools for City Center; licensed dance educator working in P.S. 165 and P.S. 79 in Community School District 25 in New York City; in 1998, her Student-to-Student Dance Mentoring model was chosen by the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities as an exemplary arts education model for the nation; co-founder of DEPTH-Dance Educator's Performance Theater, Inc.; currently pursuing a doctorate at Teachers College, Columbia University in arts education.Click here to view other classes taught by this instructor.
Jamee Schleifer prides herself on being the first public school hip-hop teacher in Brooklyn, teaching in middle and elementary school for the DOE for the past 27 years. She holds a BFA from Brooklyn College and an MA in Dance Education from New York University
In 1986, Schleifer was teaching at her Brooklyn training grounds, Miss Phyllis Dance Studio and with Jacques D’Amboise (her mentor for eight years), founder of the National Dance Institute. Shortly after, she was hired at a Brooklyn middle school, where she developed her interdisciplinary hip-hop curriculum. Schleifer started incorporating street styles into her class, beginning with hip hop of the day, then reaching backwards to its roots, leaving room for self expression. Her curriculum aimed for a holistic approach to dance, and embraced a variety of dance traditions and dance cultures—past, present and looking to...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here
Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Room: N207 Buttenwieser Lounge 2nd Fl
Price: from $200.00
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