Curious about Dance Exchange classes? Join us at a FREE Open House on Tuesday, Aug. 30 to experience and learn about our classes and opportunities for all ages and levels to gather, move, and make.
Dance Exchange believes that every body can and should dance.
Commit to moving your body and connecting with your community every week at Dance Exchange in class opportunities for all ages. Looking for youth programs? Click here.
New! Foundations in Contemporary Dance
7-week sessions* begin Sept. 6, 2016
This class series helps explore and expand a strong foundation in contemporary dance practices. Throughout each 7-week series, we will focus in on the particular practices of each facilitator by building our moving capacities and our dancing community together. Rooted in the Dance Exchange belief that every body can and should dance, Foundations in Contemporary Dance is a dance class for anyone who wants to further develop their dancing practice, ranging from professional dancers to community members to those new to dance.
*Can’t commit to the whole series? Drop-ins are available for $18/class.
Takoma Park MOVES
returns Sept. 10, 2016
Now a multi-week series! A movement class series for everyone, Takoma Park MOVES recognizes the rich possibility of exchanges when people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and levels of experience come together to dance. Move with a mix of professional dancers, those new to dance, community movers, and families in each of our 7-week series. All ages welcome.
Can’t commit to the whole series? Drop-ins are available for $18/class or $30/family of two.
Sept 10 through Oct. 22 (excluding Oct. 15) with Matthew Cumbie & Sam Horning
Oct. 29 through Dec 10 (excluding Nov. 19 & 26) with Cassie Meador
Jan. 7 through Feb. 18
Feb. 25 through April 1
April 8 through May 27
returns Sept. 9, 2016
Fridays 9:30-11:15 AM; $15 drop-in/$12 with a class card
Sept. 9, 2016 through June 30, 2017 (excluding Nov. 25, Dec. 23 & 30, April 14, May 26)
Drop-ins always welcome! | Ages 18+
A drop-in class for experienced movers, students, and those who are curious about the local dance community. Classes are facilitated by a rotating panel of DX artists, local choreographers, and dancers committed to sharing movement based research and practices through their teaching. Live music, when possible, by local musicians. Check the DX blog and Facebook for updates and more about who will be teaching and the particular forms being shared in past and upcoming classes.
|Class cards are available for $120 for 10 classes. Purchase via Paypal here and bring your receipt to class to receive a card. Cards are also available at the door with cash, credit, or check.|