Gateway Dance Theatre's sm.ART camp June10 13, 2013


sm.ART camp, GDT’s popular Arts and Academics camp with youth which is held annually in spring and summer, offers students an exciting opportunity to explore the world through myriad art forms — such as dance, music, painting, poetry, drama, and movement –and serves as a comprehensive learning experience. Students at the 5-day sm.ART Camp, June 10-14, get a global education even as the camp brings out their inner artist, strengthens their self-esteem and inspires personal reflection. We believe that Arts is a universal language, and encourage new immigrants to be part of this camp.
The program’s instructors have years of diverse expertise and experiences, so students learn from the best — and in an atmosphere that is fun and memorable. Culmination with an exhibition showcase Friday June 14 1:30pm-3:30pm.
Summer sm.ART camp Monday- Friday June 10-14, 2013 at Gateway Dance Theatre studio 315 East 5th #12, Des Moines, IA 50309
sm.ART Camp Faculty
Derma Aguirre Zumba certified- intro to Zumba
Lenny Bell- associated with Say What Poetry a celebration of poetic expression. Poetry
Lee Furgerson III — Afro Caribbean Drums and percussion. Metro Arts, VSA and IAC artist. GDT artist
Penny Furgerson — Movement. Artistic Executive Director of Gateway Dance Theatre.
Rebecca Goldin Qigong ( pronounce chee-gong) instructor
Julie Hayes International folk dancer, founder of HAPA Filipino dance — Intro to Latin social dance- merengue, cha-cha etc.
Lorenzo Sandoval — Theatre. An MFA and Artistic Director of the Iowa Shakespeare Experience
Rico Williams dancer from Atlanta, Hip Hop, Break dance- all dance styles.
Lyn Jenkins Zumba
Intern: Sydney Furgerson
Student helpers: Kori Covault, Ashley Correa

You tube music: G. Thomas Furgerson

GDT, a non-profit cultural arts organization now located in Des Moines’ East Village, has been providing arts and educational programs and performances to communities within Iowa and neighboring states since 1972. It especially seeks to serve multicultural, underprivileged and marginalized population.


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