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Past Workshops & Classes

FUSION BEATZ BOLLYWOOD FITNESS - “Dance, have fun, and get fit!”


CLASS Fusion Beatz Bollywood Fitness
FACILITATOR Linden Cady
DATES January 5 - March 9, 2015
DAY Mondays
TIME 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
STUDIO A
AGES All
PRICE $100 for 8 weeks / $14 drop-in (Mondays)
DATES January 7 - March 11, 2015
DAY Wednesdays
TIME 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
PRICE $125 for 10 weeks / $14 drop-in (Wednesdays)
MORE INFO Fusion of Movement is an explorative movement journey drawing on elements from hip hop, modern, house and contemporary dance that ends in choreography encouraging finding one's individual style. Zoe's choreography emphasizes an intrinsic connection to the rhythm and soul within the music, blurring boundaries between genre and form. Through class, students develop artistry as well as experience the transformative power of dance to express the self, connect to the body and create community. We come to dance together, and the process is just as important as where we end up.


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DANZAS FOLCLORICAS COLOMBIANAS (8 weeks)


CLASS DANZAS FOLCLORICAS COLOMBIANAS
FACILITATOR Yenis Cotua
DATES January 17 – March 7, 2015
DAY Saturdays
TIME 2:00 - 2:30pm
STUDIO A
AGES ALL
PRICE $160 – 8 weeks / $140 if registered before January 10, 2015 
MORE INFO DANZAS FOLCLORICAS COLOMBIANAS will be comprised with four dance styles: LA CUMBIA: Atlantic Region (2 classes); BAMBUCO: Andean Region (2 classes); CONTRADANZA: Pacific Region (2 classes); and JOROPO: Plains Oriental Region (2 classes).
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FUSION OF MOVEMENT
DANCE (8 weeks)

TITLE FUSION OF MOVEMENT DANCE
(8 weeks)
INSTRUCTOR Zoe Rappaport
DATE January 22 – March 12, 2015
DAYS Thursdays
TIME 7:30 pm -9:00 pm
STUDIO
A
AGES 14+
PRICE $100 for 8 weeks / $14 drop-in

DESCRIPTION Fusion of Movement is an explorative movement journey drawing on elements from hip hop, modern, house and contemporary dance that ends in choreography encouraging finding one's individual style. Zoe's choreography emphasizes an intrinsic connection to the rhythm and soul within the music, blurring boundaries between genre and form. Through class, students develop artistry as well as experience the transformative power of dance to express the self, connect to the body and create community. We come to dance together, and the process is just as important as where we end up.


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Digital Recording Music Workshop w/ BEATSHOP – 12 weeks


CLASS Digital Recording Music Workshop w/ BEATSHOP – 12 weeks
FACILITATOR Noah Frank
DATES February 2 – April 24, 2015
DAY TBA
TIME TBA
STUDIO A
AGES All
PRICE $150 (12 weeks, one day per week)

MORE INFO We run a production lab at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts for aspiring producers and DJs to hone their craft at. We offer beginning and advanced classes in Ableton Live, Reason, Virtual DJ, and Serato Scratch, with an emphasis on lab time. Each student gets their own workstation for 2 hours per week to build up a library of original music, practice production techniques, and learn new tips from our instructors. At the end of the class, each student gets a CD with their music on it. We also offer free sound packs to people who take the class and sell production gear at a student discount.

Sign up with: www.beatshoplabs.com


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Screenprinting Intensive!

TITLE FUSION OF MOVEMENT DANCE
(8 weeks)
INSTRUCTOR Marsha Shaw
DATE February 7, 2015 – February 28, 2015
DAYS Saturdays
TIME 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
STUDIO
Mission Grafica
AGES 14+
PRICE Workshop + Materials Fee: $600

DESCRIPTION This four-day workshop offers an introduction to the stencil method of Screenprinting. Students will learn various image-making methods using paper stencils, monotype techniques, fluid techniques, screen filler, and direct-emulsion photographic stencils. Participants will also work with color in multiple editions and become familiar with the mark-making possibilities of Screenprinting while expressing and expanding their personal styles.

Materials to Bring: Ten plastic containers for mixing inks (no food containers—we recommend visiting TAP Plastics), line drawing paper (8½" x 11"), X-ACTO® knife with extra blades, pencil, and notepad.

Click here to register with SF Center for the Book: 415. 565.0545; Email: info@sfcb.org