SCD K-8 Summer Programs
July 24 - 28, 2023
Join us for SCD’s K-8 Summer Programs! They explore a variety of dance styles, including contemporary, jazz, afro-modern, and hip-hop, all taught by SCD’s dynamic teaching artists.Pay to Register now!Registration form
If you’re looking for a fun summer activity for your child to explore their creative side, then register today!
$25 Registration fee (includes t-shirt)
Camp PaymentCamp + Aftercare
Little Groovers (ages 5 - 7)
9 am - 1 pm, $150
Aftercare available until 2 pm for total of $175
Intermediate Movers (ages 8 - 10)
9 am - 2 pm, $175
Middle-Movement Sampler (ages 11 - 14)
July 24 - 28
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm, $100
SCD Triangle Program
Sarasota Contemporary Dance provides various K-12 outreach and educational dance programs for all ages and abilities including in-school workshops, k-12 special needs, Arts Integration, and after-school programs. We are a provider listed on EdExplore.
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Triangle A – Jazz, Contemporary, and Afro-Modern.Email here for inquiries
Triangle B – Creative Dance, Contemporary Ballet, and Hip-Hop.
Zoom Interactive 1 hour - $750
Option 1 allows for a back-and-forth movement dialogue with students and the teaching artists. Teaching artists are able to be actively engaged, checking-in with students while also observing their learning process and offering feedback and encouragement in the moment. Students will experience three 15-minute rotations, taught by three SCD teaching artists. In these rotations they will get a sense of the movement vocabulary of that dance technique and learn a dance phrase. At the end of the “Triangle” rotations they would have experienced and learned three dance phrases taught by three different teaching artists.
Option 1 will end with a reflection session when the students get to ask the teaching artists and SCD Artistic Director questions about the Dance Triangle and or life experiences. This is a unique exploration available for a large group of students (up to 3 classes at a time depending on the class sizes), yet still provides an intimate experience with each Sarasota Contemporary Dance teaching artist.
This kind of exploration can be designed for students with varying levels of dance.
experience. The “Triangle” program is SCD’s most requested exploration, as it allows teaching artists to reach a large number of students in one virtual experience while offering a diverse learning experience.
Virtual Broadcast: $1500
The total number of students involved in Option 2 is endless. Option 2 is a pre-recorded experience that can be done multiple times: with the same class, different classes, or with an entire grade level or school. It can also be broken up into 15-minute sessions at a time, as well as serve as an entire 55-minute lesson for a class or multiple classes. Option 2 allows for flexibility of how to utilize the recorded “Triangle” program to best suit the needs of your classroom, students, and/or school. You can use this recording multiple times throughout a school year.REQUEST MORE INFORMATION
A highlight of Option 2 is that at the end of this exploration, the reflection portion comes as a special request by SCD’s Artistic Director: after the students learn the Dance Triangle, we ask for them to record themselves doing all three dance phrases and email them to
email@example.com. In return, they will receive a personal video by SCD’s Artistic Director and company members sharing their thoughts and experience of watching the students interpret their dance moves.
This kind of exploration can be designed for students with varying levels of dance experience.
Sarasota Contemporary Dance believes it is highly important to individualize each lesson plan or workshop that it offers. The age and ability of the students as well as what they are currently studying with their classroom teacher informs how the company will approach the workshop and what their goals will be. Sarasota Contemporary Dance is interested in assisting in the exploration of movement as a means for communication.
They will explore creative movement with the students while incorporating the four basic elements of dance; body, energy, space, and time, as well as provide follow up lessons for the classrooms teachers and tools for getting their kids up, moving, and creating.
This exploration can be designed for 6 to 12 visits or more and can also be utilized with co-teaching a classroom lesson with teacher to help with a specific subject area.
Recent Workshops include:
Arts Education Task Force, Teaching Artists Presentation by Artistic Director (2014)
VSA (Very Special Arts)
PACE School for Girls
Community School and Partnerships (C/SPA)
Local Public Elementary, Middle, and High Schools (Sarasota, and Manatee Counties)
Any Given Child Sarasota