Saturday, October 6th, 9 – 11:45pm
Get Ready for Fusion! It’s Time!
When: First Saturday of each month!
Dance 9:00p – 11:30p
First set DJ Candace Bae
2nd set DJ TBA
8pm Lesson w/ Aubrey Griffith-Zill – Rhythm and Connect
DJs: Aaron Hawkins, Dave Warner (yum!)
DJs: (tbd) …… ? maybe you?
What would you like to contribute?
Save these Dates on your calendar!
Where: In the LAC downstairs Movement Studio. This studio has a yummy sprung cork floor, powerful sound system, good vibes and new lighting!
Enter: *down the ramp next to Cocoa Cinnamon
Post below if you wanna work a door slot in trade to entry:
Door slots –
8:45-9:30 : Available!
9:30-10:15 : Available
10:15-11:00 : Available!
Fusion Crew holding it down and creating safe space for ALL:
Alan S Best
Alix Arcuni Wicker
What if Fusion?
Fusion is an improvised lead-follow approach to dancing to any style of music that does not have a strictly defined dance aesthetic. Just as music adopts, adapts to, and blends with various influences and styles, fusion accomplishes the same in the form of dance. It is a triad of connection between your movement, your partner’s movement, and the music. Depending on the music and the dancers, fusion can mean creating a new dance style to unique music, or combining two or more established dance aesthetics into a single dance to reflect the sound of a song combining multiple influences.
Many fusion dancers are versed in the fundamentals of various dances, be it blues, tango, west coast swing, Lindy Hop, waltz, or hip hop. By finding the commonalities between various dance styles, or creating new movements, dancers can actively adapt and improvise their dance style to music of all influences.
Fusion is a continuously-developing concept and can mean different things to many different people.
Living Arts Collective [LAC]
410 W. Geer St.
Durham, NC 27701
parking in lot across from the studio, and in back of the building. We love it when people carpool as well. 🙂
Artwork credit: SherisArtStudio in Morgan Hill, California