danceLogic

WHEN

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE EVENTS
Feb. 12 & 26 from 12p.m.-1p.m.

In-person Classes: March 5 – June 11
Saturdays 12p.m. – 2:30p.m.

 

WHERE

In Person Classes
Community Education Center (CEC)
3500 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Details

Dance and Computer Coding for young women ages 13-18

This unique interdisciplinary program combines the art of dance and computer coding. Students learn the mechanics of dance and coding, using keywords and processes from coding to inform their choreography creation. This program allows students to create and perform their own choreography! The students learn the value of teamwork, dedication, and focus, as well as industry standard coding language. 

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE EVENTS

We have two upcoming opportunities for you to learn more about our award-winning program Join us online for a Q&A with instructors and students and see if danceLogic is a good fit for you!
Open houses are February 12 & 26 from 12p.m.-1p.m. Attendees receive $25 off their enrollment fee! Click here to register.

Join Us

Interested parties should hit the REGISTER NOW to sign up! If you have questions, please reach out to us at info@westparkculturalcenter.org.

Cost: $100 is a one-time enrollment fee for the program year ending June 11, 2022.

Scholarships available

Requirements:

  • NO prior dance or coding experience required!
  • Regular attendance (students are allowed to miss up to two classes per semester)
  • Full vaccination + masking indoors

Instructors

Cameron-Bridgers

Cameron Bridgers, Dance Instructor

Cameron Bridgers is a dance artist based in Philadelphia PA, by way of West Orange, NJ. She began her dance journey at Sharron Miller’s Performing Arts Academy in Montclair, NJ and is trained in Ballet, Modern, styles of the African Diaspora, Hip Hop, and improvisation. Cameron is a graduate of Temple University, Boyer College of Music and Dance, holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. While at Temple, Cameron performed in numerous student-based concerts and has trained and worked with artists such as Kyle “Just Sole” Clarke, Esther Baker Tarpaga, Megan Bridge (Fidget), Jillian Harris, Kun Yang Lin, and more. Cameron is a dedicated advocate for dance Education in the K-12 setting and enjoys teaching students of all ages. She believes every person can benefit from and has the ability, to find expression in movement. Cameron will be apprenticing with the Koresh Kids Dance outreach program this fall, assisting in the integration of dance in elementary schools in the Philadelphia district.

Kamil Simmons, Dance Instructor

My goal is to develop coping skills and build self-esteem through creativity and expression. Dance is one of my favorite areas of creativity. I have danced with a variety of professional dance companies over the years. My love for dance allotted me the opportunity to create my own dance masterclass series that explores improvisation, jazz, ballet, modern, praise, hip-hop, etc. Dance is Freedom.

Franklyn Athias, Coding Instructor

Franklyn is Senior Vice President Network and Communications Engineering at Comcast Cable where he has worked for the last 23 years. He has a BS degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Computer Science and has previously worked for the Franklin Mint, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and J.P. Morgan.


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