Cultural Development Dance Program
Established in 2021 our cultural Development dance program became one of the worlds leading dance programs during the national and global lockdown where it provided free and unique online educational dance workshops, seminars, and events on a virtual reality platform and zoom with over 300 participants and 20+ educators taking part from the UK and all over the world.
In 2022 we successfully carried our first in-person Cultural development program supported by Arts Council England, Ealing Council, and OPDC which took place in Acton West London, where participants from all over London and World attended from countries such as Singapore, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Norway, Romania, Hungary, Scotland, Ireland, Spain and many more.
As an organization, we take great pride in providing a unique and educational experience for all to be part of and enjoy.
A culture development dance program to provide professional platforms for young people and communities using dance as a tool to encourage interaction, Social integration, social equality, gender equality, and freedom of expression amongst the young generation. The aim & purpose of this project is to give young people from various community groups and minority groups an opportunity to participate in the Cultural Development Program and learn about core elements, dance styles, and history which make today's hip hop culture. Providing free and affordable educational workshops with respected educators, Seminars, Q&A, showcases, and jams to allow all individuals to interact and be inspired and experience the real essence of being part of a community.
We believe that everyone young person deserves the chance to reach the highest levels of opportunities and development regardless of their background or financial circumstances.
Creating Society with Dance Cultural Development Dance Program will add tremendous positive value to national development and cooperation work for the benefit of girls, boys, women, and men by strengthening community activities and providing positive resources that will have a significant impact across a range of communities which will be beneficial for the present and future. Increase choice and opportunity for young people from ethnic groups, and minority groups that are excluded from various social activities due to financial circumstances. We aim to provide mental health awareness, inclusivity, and gender equality and build social integration by breaking down stereotypical barriers and fostering the global cross-culture knowledge and understanding of young people.
We want to help increase the likelihood of young people from different community groups taking part in the arts, irrespective of where they live or what minority group, gender, social education or financial circumstances. In addressing these priorities we seek to increase attendance and participation by supporting the public to help shape local arts by increasing choice and opportunities for young people to experience and be inspired.
Creating Society with dance Program is a unique educational experience taking place both in-person and virtual where young people will have the opportunity to be educated in various art forms under the umbrella of streetdance and history, be creative, and interact with other cultures as part of personal development, removing stereotypes, empowering social inclusion, peace-building and developing creative skills. This will improve the quality of life under culturally mediated conditions of freedom and prevail in a human language consisting of categories of creativity and of productivity.
We believe it can help improve the quality of life for individuals and their communities by illustrating the positive side that Hip Hop dance culture has to offer and using dance as a tool to inspire, motivate and unite young people whiles focusing on youth development, diversity, promoting physical, mental well- being and provide opportunities for them to channel their energy and creativity with a positive behavior in safe and family environment during these difficult times. We want to celebrate diversity and work to achieve the creative potential in all young people attending the workshops, Social gatherings, Battles, and performances by training and supporting each individual regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I really found it so useful. I thought I was going to go to just learn from some teachers but it was so much more than that. I came away refreshed from some of the wise words said & new from pioneers which I am using and adding to my practice now. I took part in classes I would have been too nervous to take in real life so I'm looking forward to considering pushing myself out of my comfort zone and taking class from other teachers
— Lauren Stewart, London