New Dialect’s Girl Power Camp is a weeklong contemporary dance “laboratory” facilitated by our company of highly trained professional dancers and instructors for girls ages 11-15. The camp uses the imaginative basis of contemporary dance and choreography as a platform to encourage girls to create and communicate. Participants are invited to join in a series of movement classes and games that engender self-awareness, self-confidence, creative expression, and collaboration.
We believe dance has the power to connect us to ourselves and to each other, and we think contemporary dance in particular is a wonderful means to empower the next generation of women to embrace creative leadership in and out the dance studio.
Our goal is to nurture and encourage each girl’s experience with the creative process and inspire their understanding of contemporary dance on both a personal and collective level.
An anonymous donor has generously created a scholarship fund to support young black female dancers interested in participating in our Girl Power Camp! So, we're extending our registration deadline to JULY 29. Email Banning at email@example.com to take advantage of this special offer!
AGES: 11 - 15 years old
FEE: $150/student for 5 day Camp
WHERE: Harpeth Hall's Francis Bond Davis Theatre
a campus map appears below
WHAT TO BRING
writing utensil, notebook, water bottle, healthy snack
WHAT TO WEAR
fitted sweatpants/warm up pants (no shorts)
tank tops or t-shirts
fitted cotton socks
hair up off the face and out of eyes in a ponytail or similar style
and please bring a sweater or sweatshirt in case the theater is cold
Here's a map of Harpeth Hall's campus. The Francis Bond Davis Theatre is building 3.
As the map suggests, please use the Esteswood Drive entrance to access the Theatre.
Drop off between 2:30-2:55pm. Class starts promptly at 3.