ABOUT DANCE is a community education program created by Karlovsky & Company Dance. In these lecture-performance programs, we present various topics regarding dance as an art form targeting all ages and particularly older adult populations. This is a vey exciting program for our company as we are committed to the expansion and exposure of contemporary modern dance in our community through intelligent discourse and engaging live performance.
Karlovsky & Company Dance is dedicated to the enrichment of our community’s artistic and cultural climate. The About Dance program fulfills our company interest in and ability to bring educational and entertaining programs to the public. We believe this is much needed in our community, as there are few opportunities for adult populations to learn about dance as an art form and experience the process involved in dance-making. We bring the About Dance lecture/performances to senior living centers and public libraries to make this program more accessible to older individuals and the general community who often have the limited ability to attend concerts or exposure to the art form of dance.
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Karlovsky & Company Dance is a St. Louis based contemporary modern d
ance company with a mission to continue exploring, nurturing, and presenting dance as an art form by highlighting original choreography that illuminates the human experience. Karlovsky & Company Dance is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
DEA YOUTH DANCE PROGRAM
In partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration for their DEA Youth Dance Program, Karlovsky & Company Dance teaching artists provide assemblies and 10-week residencies at local Boys and Girls Clubs as part of their after-school programs in the St. Louis area providing a healthy outlet for children through dance. We are currently teaching dance classes at the Boys and Girls Club at Ferguson Middle School, Hazelwood Southeast Middle School for students ages 6-14, and Fort Zumwalt Middle School in St. Peters, MO.
For more information about the DEA Youth Dance Program, see http://www.deaeducationalfoundation.org/initiatives/dea-ydp/