We want to dance with you this fall.

After Dance Exchange’s summer vacation, fall classes are back! FRIDAY CLASS, Youth Exchange and Teen Exchange are all back this fall, and we’re also introducing a new class called TAKOMA PARK MOVES, an open-level community modern technique class on Thursday evenings. Read below for class descriptions, times, and prices.


Tuesdays: Youth Programs 

Youth Programs Coordinator Wayles Haynes brainstorms with the Youth Exchange


Youth Programs at Dance Exchange
Tuesdays September through May. Fall session begins September 11.
Youth Exchange: 4:15-5:15 pm. Fall $175; Spring $250.
Teen Exchange: 5:30-7 pm. Fall $200; Spring $280
Youth Arts Night: Saturday May 23, 2013

Based on the core principals and tools of the Dance Exchange, Youth Programs offer both leadership and artistic development through Youth Exchange (ages 6-12) and Teen Exchange (ages 13-18). Led by Youth Programs Coordinator Wayles Haynes, this unique program is designed to cultivate students’ artistic interests and skills through working collaboratively and taking on leadership roles as choreographers and facilitators. Learn more at the Youth Programs informational open house on Tuesday, September 4th from 4-6pm. For more information, email Wayles Haynes: wayles@danceexchange.org




Let's move!

Let's move!


September through May. Fall session begins September 6.
Thursdays, 6:30-8pm, $10 per class
First Thursday of each month from 6:30-7pm, free!

This open-level, community modern class brings together movers of all ages and abilities to move and make at Dance Exchange. Led by teachers from the DC region, Takoma Park Moves creates a space to explore improvisation, technique, and choreography in an intergenerational class. This drop-in class will kick off on the first Thursday of each month with a free, 30 minute “get to know you” class. New to dance? Join us. Returning to dance? Join us. Just want to dance with your family and neighbors? Join us. Resident Artist Sarah Levitt opens this series with class on September 6, 13, and 20.

For more information, email Resident Artist Matthew Cumbie: matthewc@danceexchange.org



Friday morning at 9:30am is a great time to dance.


September through May. Fall session begins September 7.
Fridays, 9:30-11:15 am. $12 per class or purchase 10 classes for $100 with class card!

Dance with DX on Friday mornings during our professional level modern technique classes taught by a talented mix of Dance Exchange resident artists, adjuncts and guest teachers from the DC region. This class is open to all ages 18+. September’s series kicks off with new Resident Artist Matthew Cumbie who will teach class on September 7, 14 and 21.

For more information, email Matthew:  matthewc@danceexchange.org


Top photo by Sarah Levitt, other photos by John Borstel. 

About Sarah Levitt

Sarah Levitt (Resident Artist/Communications Coordinator) is a dancer, choreographer and teacher based in Maryland.