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Fulton County Arts and Culture Celebrates DANCE WEEK 2018 | Print |

 The Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture is proud to present DANCE WEEK 2018 - Dance Nouveau: Exploring New Perspectives a weeklong celebration of free dance events throughout Fulton County, April 20 – April 27, 2018, showcasing all emerging genres of dance for the dancer in every resident.

Fulton County Arts and Culture wants to encourage all residents to participate in dance at any level or in any capacity, participant or spectator. Programming spans the community’s diverse interests with nine days of dance events which include a variety of styles; ballroom, modern, tap, ballet, hip-hop, voguing, and West African to name a few. Registration for all workshops is now open on Eventbrite, please visit   https://www.eventbrite.com/o/fulton-county-arts-amp-culture-17184472119e. Please visit www.fultonarts.org for additional program information.

Highlights of DANCE WEEK 2018 - Dance Nouveau: Exploring New Perspectives include: an opening gala featuring Jai McClendon Jones’award-winning dance company AREA, a dynamic performance and workshop with the beloved Giwayan Mata at South Fulton Arts Center, Bachata & Brunch with instructor Tada, from The Atlanta Dance Acadmy at Abernathy Arts Center, and a special closing celebration honoring dance legend Dawn Axam and a performance by AXAM Dance Theatre Experience at Southwest Arts Center,

All events are taking place at Fulton County facilities and are free and family oriented. For a complete list of events please visit www.fultonarts.org or or call 404-612-5780 for more information.

Fulton County Arts & Culture (FCAC) is a cultural leader in Fulton County and one of the largest funders of the arts in the State of Georgia. The FCAC assists the Fulton County Commission in the development of public policy on public support for the arts industry, makes recommendations to Fulton County Commissioners on funding the arts and oversees the development and implementation of publicly assisted programs that address the diverse cultural needs of Fulton County's citizenry. Through the work of five community arts centers, contracts for services art funding, and arts education programs, the FCAC strives to better the lives of Fulton County residents.


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