Dancers hone skills at workshop

Photos by Shanna Fortier
sfortier@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 1/9/18

Lakewood resident Taylor Woolums dances daily at Colorado State University. But over the winter break, she was looking for somewhere to hone her skills until classes resumed. That’s where the …

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Dancers hone skills at workshop

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Lakewood resident Taylor Woolums dances daily at Colorado State University. But over the winter break, she was looking for somewhere to hone her skills until classes resumed. That’s where the Manhattan Dance Project master class workshop came in.

Manhattan Dance Project took over dance facilities at the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities Jan. 6-7. for a master class workshop for young and advanced dancers.

The Manhattan Dance Project is a traveling dance intensive that has been bringing professional New York-style dance classes across the country since 1997.

“It’s a really classy and inspiring convention,” said Stephanie Holmbo, one of the adult dancers participating in the event.

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