This workshop is perfect for ALL Edmonton Dance Instructors who are willing to learn valuable information with the goal of enhancing and refreshing teaching techniques

A two-day workshop with Linda Rubin for all dance educators, hosted by Mile Zero Dance Outreach during the Feats Festival.

The workshop is on July 6th and July 7th from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. and the cost of the full workshops is only $60 or $40 to drop-in on either day.

Space is limited, register online now:

This workshop will involve the teaching of the Creative Dance Keys program that provides structures for individual and group improvisational dance creativity for any age. The program is an approved learning resource for the arts curriculums in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Linda Rubin is the founder and director of Synergy Movement Workshops established in Vancouver 1971 and is a Graduate of The Emily Carr University of Art + Design and The Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, N.Y.C. While performing in New York she danced and toured with the professional companies of Norman Walker, Deborah Hay, Dan Wagoner and Larry Richardson. In Vancouver she partnered Norbert Vesak and choreographed for Western Dance Theatre. She has choreographed productions for The Citadel Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Twenty-fifth Street Theatre, The Edmonton Opera, Opera Nuova, Studio Theatre, L’Uni Theatre, Theatre Network, and Workshop West Theatre. Linda is engaged in rehearsal direction and mentoring for dance and theatre companies. Ms Rubin is Professor Emeritus, U of A where she taught dance and improvisation in the BFA Acting program. She is the author of The Creative Dance Keys; a multi media tool kit that is incorporated in arts education curricula across Canada. Linda is Core Faculty in the Citadel Theatre’s Robbins Academy Young Companies.

This workshop includes the Educator Dance Classes event:
July 6th includes a class with Shivani Thakkar until 5:30 and the 7th includes a class with Leila Butoyi until 5:30 p.m.

July 6th | a class with Shivani Thakkar

Indian dance is a great way to engage students to express their thoughts, emotions, and stories physically. This workshop will touch upon both Classical Indian dance and Bollywood and it’s many uses to connect with subjects such as story-telling/communication, history, math, drama, music, and dance.

July 7th | a class with Leila Butoyi

Details to come.