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“Dance Project has been a nurturing, creative, and disciplined environment for my daughter. There is a sense of family here that makes one understand immediately that this is something you want to be a part of.” -Karen Scott, Dance Project adult student and parent
Written by Anne Morris, Dance Project Co-Director
It sounds like a punchline to say that a dance studio strives for Balance, but it’s not a joke when we say we aim to provide a balance between fun and discipline, between individual achievement and collaborative learning.
This is what provides such a distinctive atmosphere at the Dance Project: The School at City Arts, with studios in the Greensboro Cultural Center, where dance is serious fun. Founded by Jan Van Dyke and now directed by Lauren Joyner and Anne Morris, the Dance Project is educating 200 students year-round with ages ranging from 18 months to adults. We offer high-quality training for beginners to advanced students in a non-competitive environment. Our classes are developmentally appropriate, taught by teachers with advanced dance training; all of our teachers have degrees in dance, as well as professional performance experience.
We love being in the heart of downtown, in the artistic hub that is the Greensboro Cultural Center. The creative energy that flows through this building is inspiring; new ideas, classes, and performances can be found around every corner!
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