It’s here! The 2012 DX Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for the perfect gift for your friends and family this holiday season? Look no further than the 2012 DX Holiday Gift Guide! From books to clothing to class cards, we’ve got the artist or DX fan in your life covered. Check out our merchandise page here for a complete list and more information.

DX t-shirts 

Support the DX, and look good doing it. Available in aqua and summer peach in mens’ and womens’ sizes. $20 plus shipping and handling.

To purchase, contact mail@danceexchange.org, or stop by our studio.

Sarah and Ellen model their DX finery

DX onesies

New this year: DX onesies for your artist-in-training featuring an adorable rendering of the DX logo by artist Jenny Greer. Sizes: 6 mos., 12 mos., 24 mos. in white or blue. $20 plus shipping and handling.

To purchase, contact mail@danceexchange.org, or stop by our studio.

For the little DX fan

DX totes

These stylish Envirosax totes come in olive green or blue, and we love spotting them on our friends and fans around town. They hold everything, and roll up neatly when not in use. $12 each plus shipping and handling.

To purchase, contact mail@danceexchange.org, or stop by our studio.

Cute and functional!

 

Class cards

Do you know someone who loves taking class each week at Dance Exchange? Give the gift of a DX Class Card. Each card gets you 10 classes for $100, which saves you $20 on class if you are a FRIDAY CLASS regular. The class card can be used toward Takoma Park Moves class on Thursday nights or FRIDAY CLASS on Friday mornings. Email Matthewc@danceexchange.org to order.

Caroline and Charise are happy because our class cards are made from repurposed business cards

Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process: A method for getting useful feedback on anything you make, from dance to dessert

An incredible guide to giving and getting feedback, and facilitating the feedback process, accompanied by beautiful illustrations by John Borstel.

To purchase, contact mail@danceexchange.org, or stop by our studio.

The one, the only: CRP

Hiking the Horizontal: Field Notes from a Choreographer 

This book of essays by Liz Lerman is a fantastic look into Liz’s journey as a choreographer and her use of dance to explore a wide range of topics, from human rights to physics. Liz has been described as “the source for an epochal revolution in the scope and purposes of dance art” (Washington Post). Order your copy here and you’ll see why!

See our merchandise page for more information. Happy Holidays!

 

 

About Sarah Levitt

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