Faculty Features: Jamile McGee is Coming to JOMDC!
March 21, 2011

Jamile McGee has performed and danced around the United States and internationally since his debut on Fox TV’s “So You Think You Can Dance?” In addition to working with choreographers […]

Outreach: A Trip Around the World, Through Dance
March 15, 2011

“You all have tickets. We’re boarding this plane. We’re going on a trip around the world.” This is how Outreach Manager Quynn Johnson introduced our spring Motion Expressions concert on […]

Outreach: From Kennedy Center Performers to Audience Members All in One Week
February 11, 2011

What’s better than performing at the Kennedy Center? How about starting and ending that same week by seeing your dance idols perform and then meeting them? Bookending their performance on […]

Faculty Feature: Emily Wessel is all about Breakdancing!
February 9, 2011

Emily “Incognito” Wessel has been teaching breakdancing classes for both adult and youth students at JOMDC for the past three years. We sat down with her for a short interview […]

Outreach: A Week to Remember for Step Ahead Dance Ensemble
February 2, 2011

The Step Ahead Dance Ensemble got the chance to take the stage at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday night. JOMDC faculty member Aysha Upchurch […]

Outreach: Project Motion Goes International, Thank Goodness We All Speak Rhythm!
January 18, 2011

Forty-three Brazilian Youth Ambassadors packed the Meyer Studio at our Atlas Performing Arts Center studio location last Monday. As a project of World Learning, their trip to the States included […]

Outreach: Project Motion Wrapping up 2010 and Looking Forward to 2011
December 22, 2010

The free dance education activities we offer through Project Motion Community Outreach have wrapped up for 2010. Here’s a quick look at our December highlights, as well as what’s on […]

Outreach: “The HeART of Hip Hop” Heats Up the Atlas!
December 6, 2010

The yellow school buses started rolling up to the Atlas Performing Arts Center around 9:45 on Tuesday morning. Out filed 250 chilly DC students from Stuart Hobson Middle School, Eliot […]