BG22 Master Classes

Stephanie Liapis
Stephanie Liapis

fluid forms/ contemporary dance practice Stephanie’s class is rooted in the study of self-awareness as a tool for connection and is highly influenced by her work with Doug Varone. Class begins with a guided improvisation investigating ideas of internal and external support, weight, effort, and sensation. Imagery is used to create connection to the body and the body’s relationship to space, and most importantly, to build a sense of joy in how we move and express.

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Amanda Kay White
Amanda Kay White

the expressive body // Class will incorporate the use of a fluid spine, relationship with gravity and a playful search for detailed dynamics to help us refine our physical communication. We will also explore our connection to curiosity and imagination by using guided improvisation as well as phrase work to find the many possibilities that are hidden within each of us.

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Olivia Orona
Olivia Orona

freestyle hip hop // My style fits into the freestyle hip hop category, but with a focus in animation. Animation is a sub-category of popping which also incorporates tutting movement, which is what I specialize in. The idea is to be an illusion, and to look cartoonish with style. I will go over the basics of this style which utilizes tutting, strobing, gliding, isolation, and dime-stop techniques.

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Stephanie Liapis
Stephanie Liapis

fluid forms/ contemporary dance practice Stephanie’s class is rooted in the study of self-awareness as a tool for connection and is highly influenced by her work with Doug Varone. Class begins with a guided improvisation investigating ideas of internal and external support, weight, effort, and sensation. Imagery is used to create connection to the body and the body’s relationship to space, and most importantly, to build a sense of joy in how we move and express.

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Do not miss the opportunity to dance with 3 different BG22 artists.

Open to the Arizona dance community. 16 years of age and up.

1 class for $10.
3 classes for $25.

Cash, Credit Card, Venmo and PayPal accepted.
Pay at the door. No reservations needed.

Masks are required in all ASU studios.

SCHEDULE:
10:00 - 11:30a Stephanie Liapis
11:45 - 1:15p Amanda Kay White
1:30p - 3:00p Olivia Orona

 

Classes are in ASU's Nelson Fine Arts Center,

Room 122.  Look for signs and check-in station. 

Paid parking is available in the Visitor Lot on Mill Ave & 10th Street.