Spotlight: “Dance Around the World” at Limitless Summer Camp
Arts Horizons offers a variety of assembly programs in character education, anti-bullying, cultural awareness, dance, music, theater, and storytelling performed by experienced, professional teaching artists. Musicians, dancers, and actors from Broadway, Lincoln Center and other famous world venues capture the students’ imagination and stimulate learning through a fun, impactful, and interactive approach. Our 45-minute live performances address state and national standards and are tailored to grade level and special needs of each audience.
Last week, Limitless Summer Camp celebrated “20 Years of Neurodiversity” with an Arts Horizons live performance, Dance Around the World. AH teaching artist Ramzi El-Edilbi and his team dressed in rich, colorful costumes, and they presented people, their cultures, dances, and music from around the world and those that share a common heritage. Students discovered how dance plays many roles in our daily lives whether for social gathering, political support, or spiritual ritual.
Photo Courtesy of Celebrate the Children
Arts Horizons is pleased to collaborate for the first time with Celebrate the Children and their wonderful “Limitless” summer program for children, adolescents and young adults with unique abilities that supports the development of lifespan goals with the understanding that learning never stops. We look forward to continuing our partnership with them. You can check out more photos from Dance Around the World below or on Arts Horizons’ official Facebook page!
For more information about Arts Horizons’ assembly programs, please visit www.arthorizons.org. For pricing, availability, and other questions, please contact Gloria Page at 201-567-1766 x 120 or email@example.com.
Posted on August 8, 2017, in Assembly, New Jersey, Special Populations, Spotlight, Teaching Artists, Uncategorized and tagged celebrate the children, Dance, Dance Around the World, diversity, limitless, Razmi El-Edilbi, Special Populations, summer, summer camp. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.