#dancelocal in NC!

March 3, 2014 § 2 Comments


The NC Dance Festival, produced by the Dance Project, celebrates North Carolina dance and dancers.  Each year, we present the work of some of the best modern dance choreographers in the state, take professional artists into local schools and community centers to teach and perform, and educate and inspire local audiences.

We do this because we believe there’s a lot to be excited about in the NC dance scene!

We thought it would be fun to take a peek into a few of the most active dance spots in NC to find out how and where dance is happening. We’ve asked a number of choreographers, teachers, and performers in the Triangle, Charlotte, the Triad, Wilmington, and Western NC to weigh in, to tell us what they’re most excited about in their communities. We’ll be taking a virtual dance tour around the state over the next few weeks–we hope you’ll join us!

We’re also launching a #dancelocal photo contest. Upload your favorite pictures of dance in your community to Instagram or Facebook between March 10-April 10 using the hashtag “dancelocal” for a chance to be featured all over the NC Dance Festival social media! This includes pictures of you, your favorite artist or anyone dancing locally. Be sure to mention what area of NC is local for you!  *When using Fb make sure to tag The NC Dance Festival in your posts!

We can’t wait to see your #dancelocal images!

Join us next week for a look at the busy Triangle dance community!


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