- This event has passed.
Jane Franklin Dance Presents Flexible 2 Day Mini-Camp: Why Do Cicadas Scream?
February 1 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
One event on February 1, 2020 at 10:00 am
Jane Franklin Dance Education Team
Friday, Jan 31, 2020, and Saturday, Feb 1, 2020
AM X Day: 8 am – 9 am (Friday only)
Friday Camp Hours: 9 am – 3 pm / Saturday Camp Hours: 10 am – 4 pm
PM X Day 3 pm – 5 pm (Friday only)
Imaginative Thinking, Cooperative Skills, Spatial Awareness, Movement Fundamentals, Character Development
Develop characters, design art, and movement to tell the life cycle of cicadas. Choose to participate for one day only on Jan 31 or enjoy two days of fun. The 2-day option includes a performance by Why Do Cicadas Scream? students in a matinee production of Jane Franklin Dance’s audience favorite “The Big Meow” on February 1, 2020. The camp includes movement, a fun visual art project directed by an educator from UpCycle Creative Reuse Center, performance practice, and weather permitting, outdoor fun at a nearby park. Wear loose-fitting clothing, and bring snacks, lunch, and a water bottle. Our camp packet is a helpful guide with class descriptions, emergency contact forms, and waivers.
$75, AM X Day $10, PM XDay $15
For Scholarship information or to enroll
www.janefranklin.com or call 703.933.1111
About Jane Franklin Dance
Jane Franklin Dance partners with music, media, visual artists and community participants. Jane Franklin Dance has been presented at multiple venues and festivals and internationally in Mexico. A recipient of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Creative Communities Award, Jane has developed innovative and collaborative projects combining dancers with the round wall skateboarding community, with a life-size kinetic sculpture, with the architecture of a specific site, with dogs & owners, and with interactive live video and sound for numerous public art projects. Jane Franklin is a recipient of the American Association of University Women Elizabeth Campbell Award for the Advancement of the Arts in Arlington, and her video work Four Mile Run Footbridge was selected for PHOTO/VIDEO 13: Juried Mid-Atlantic Exhibition. Jane Franklin Dance has been recognized by Virginia’s Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. The company tours for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Paul Mellon Arts in Education Program and the Virginia Commission’s Tour Directory.
About UpCycle Creative Reuse Center
UpCycle Creative Reuse Center is an Alexandria, Virginia based non-profit that connects creativity and conservation by providing a resource center for reuse materials and a creative making space for the community. At UpCycle, we rethink the traditional notion of waste by collecting cast-offs from our community to serve as creative materials.