VIRTUAL CLASS: FAMILIES DANCE TOGETHER

VIRTUAL CLASS: FAMILIES DANCE TOGETHER

Fridays | May 29, June 5, June 12, June 19 | 3-4pm

All levels and ages welcome. Registration required to join class.

We are happy to offer this class free of charge.

Experience the fun and joy of creating simple dances from the comfort of your home in this intergenerational movement class. Designed for movers of all ages to enjoy together, from kids to adults, we invite you to get your whole household moving!

No special preparation needed; simply register, gather your movers, click the Zoom class link, and start dancing. We encourage you to find a safe, open space to move in and make sure to modify any movement as needed.

Led by Jacob’s Pillow Artist Elizabeth Johnson Levine (Associate Artistic Director and Director of Partnerships at Dance Exchange) and Dance Exchange Artists Cassie Meador, Corina Dalzell and Judith Bauer.

Taking place at Jacob’s Pillow since 2001, Families Dance Together is an annual, treasured movement program led by Artist Jeff Bliss, in collaboration with the Becket Arts Center.

Register using the Registration Form

Please read the Participant Waiver and Release of Liability on the form (by clicking ‘Submit,’ you will be agreeing to the waiver)

Watch your inbox for a personal Zoom link

Download Zoom onto your phone or tablet, or visit the personal Zoom link in your laptop or desktop browser

A reliable internet connection is required, as is a device with a camera and speakers such as a phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer with a webcam. We recommend taking this class with your video on, so that our instructors and community can connect more closely together.

For those new to Zoom, here is a brief instructional video. You are not required to create a Zoom account for this event.

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