A Free Community Program
Chop Shop: Bodies of Work is proud to partner with The City of Bellevue Parks and Community Services Department to offer two FREE community programs! These unique classes serve as companion events to the Chop Shop Contemporary Dance Festival through education and experience.
"Reading Dance" is an engaging lecture/demonstration format with dancers from The Stone Dance Collective and Artistic Director Eva Stone. This lecture demystifies and reveals the creative process of how contemporary dance is made. Audience members will discover the type of movement language contemporary dance uses, learn how a dance piece is formed and be able to ask questions of the choreographer and dancers about process and performance. Open to all ages.
"Introduction to Modern Dance" with Eva Stone is a free dance technique class for those interested in learning basic modern dance movement. No experience necessary! Open to ages 8+ to Adult. (Please come in comfortable clothing.)
Attend a free class and be eligible for a FREE TICKET to the performance!
Classes are FREE but do require registration. Please call 425-452-6885 to register!
(Please call 206.799.6004 to register for Bellevue College and KPC classes)
Sunday January 18th: 12:00 -1:00pm at Bellevue College (Carlson Theater, Bldg. E)
Tuesday, January 27th: 7:00 -8:00pm at Kirkland Performance Center
Wednesday, January 28th: 7:00 -8:00pm at North Bellevue Community Center
Wednesday, February 4th: 6:00 -7:00pm at Crossroads Community Center
"Introduction to Modern Dance"
Sunday, January 18th: 1:00 -2.30pm at Bellevue College
Wednesday, January 28th: 8:00 -9:00pm at North Bellevue Community Center
Wednesday, February 4th: 7:00 -8pm Crossroads Community Center
Bellevue College (Map)
3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Bellevue, WA 98007
Kirkland Performance Center (Map)
350 Kirkland Ave
Kirkland, WA 98033
North Bellevue Community Center (Map)
4063 148th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, WA 98007
Crossroads Community Center (Map)
16000 Northeast 10th Street
Bellevue, WA 98008
Dancer Sharron Lynn.
Photo ©Gabriel Bienczycki