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Improv is taking on a whole new meaning with a group aiming to take personal and professional development to the next level.
“People who are scared of inventiveness, of outrageousness, of artists questioning the very nature of what art is, will not enjoy my tours. People who are looking to see “pretty” art that would go great with the color scheme in their living rooms will find the cutting edge art that I show them to be too mind-boggling.” -Rafael Risemberg.
“Authenticity and artistry are paramount at Ajna. We really focus on passing down the dance techniques we learned from our teachers to our students and on teaching them the context of the styles we are teaching. We believe this promotes both a greater understanding of and a greater love for the art forms we are sharing. All our classes, including the advanced levels, and the classical technique courses, are diverse.” says Shachi Phene, Assistant Director at Ajna Dance.
Photography is an art and just like anything it takes a lot of practice, time and dedication to master the skill. One Manhattan-based business is hoping to cultivate those skills and ignite the artistic passion within New Yorkers.
A new music and dance camp is making its big debut in the city with the goal to get more kids interested in performing arts.
The Arts Dance Music Camp of Rego Park is a combined venture between The DanceSource and Varta Academy, two well-known dance schools in Queens, New York.
New York City is home to classes of many kinds, including those that specialize in photography. When finding the photography class that fits your skills and needs, it’s important to take a look at what makes each program exciting and unique.
Photography classes and workshops can be found all around the city, so it’s important to learn about which one best fits your skills and needs when searching.