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March 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This class describes movement and choreography at a steady pace, geared towards persons who are new to a dance class setting or want to take time to polish details. Heels are fun but also an option and not required for class.
– THINGS TO KNOW –
*Please be aware we will have a temperature check at registration.
*Class size limited, First come first serve via RSVP
*Please bring a water vessel for the water fountain.
*Hand sanitizing stations are available.
* Casual comfortable clothes are recommended for the classes.
Location : Our address is 184 N king Street #201
To enter the building on street level, scroll in the directory until you find SAKURA ART. Then dial us and we will buzz you in the door. Just push the door in when you hear a soft click. Head up the stairs and turn to your right and you’ll find us!
Nearest Municipal lot available. link is here, https://bit.ly/3jVTZTg
or parking lot address is here 1016 Maunakea St, Honolulu, HI 96817
– Street parkings are free on weekends.
Madelyn Biven unearths language within the body to perform, teach, and research movement-based work. She has taught dance at Kailua Dance Academy (HI), Alive Ballet Academy (HI), Honolulu Museum of Art (HI), and Academy of Art University (CA). Upon moving home to Hawaiʻi in 2017, Madelyn has been a dancer in the Honolulu Biennial; Oahu Fringe (as a guest with electroViolet); Peiling Kao Dances Home Season; Maui Dance Festival; and Contact Hawaii, an annual exhibition exploring the notion of foreign contact as it relates to the Hawaiian Islands. She developed and performed work for Hawaiʻi-based collectives Paradise Cove and Aupuni Space. Madelyn graduated with a BFA from Fordham University / The Ailey School in 2009.