CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI and All Kids Included Present “No Limits: Discovering ‘A New Definition of Dance’”

Written By Arts Marketing Network
February 20, 2018 at 7:52 PM

Culture Shock Miami and All Kids Included Present “No Limits: Discovering ‘A New Definition of Dance’”

Produced by Kay and Stephen Belth, Arts Marketing Network


On October 25 and 26, 2016, Miami dancers, choreographers, and students discovered VSA Florida’s “A New Definition of Dance.”

This 2-day program, sponsored by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, introduced students, dancers, choreographers, educators and dance professionals with and without disabilities to a new method of communication and self-expression.

Internationally renowned dancers of exceptional merit, who also have disabilities, led students through a series of workshops, master classes, and presentations.

In the process, the stereotypes of people with disabilities were quickly extinguished.







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