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Dance Dragon Slayer Inspiration Mini Conference 2018
9:00 AM - 11:59 PM Main Post Office Speak Out / Rally
Date: December 09, 2018 to December 09, 2018
Where: Main Post Office Speak Out / Rally, 1675 7th St, Oakland, California, United States, 94615
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A
The Dance Dragon Slayer Inspiration Conference is the TED Talk of Dance! The goal is to share inspirational stories of overcoming challenges and triumph from experienced dance teachers of varied disciplines. The purpose is to inspire movers and dancers of all levels and styles to embrace and feel empowered by the ups and downs of their own dance journeys and to find the courage and freedom to dance at their best. Each presenter will share their stories filled with valuable takeaways that will inspire you and then lead a class that is sure to enliven you! Early Bird: $40 Regular Price: $45 Door Price: $55 Facilitator: Alicia the Dance Dragon Slayer @alicia.dance.inspire Meet Your Instructors Antoine Hunter-Urban Jazz. @thegreatdancerah Dacing While Deaf, Hearing from the Heart.A Bay Area native, Antoine Hunter is an award-winning internationally known African-American Deaf choreographer, dancer, instructor, speaker and Deaf advocate who performed throughout the Bay Area and the world including Europe, Africa and South America. More recently Hunter has taught workshops at Harvard Dance, spoke for TedX UCDavisSF and has lectured at Duke University, Stanford, keynote speaker for WAC Educator Conference, Kennedy Center’s VSA 2017 Intersection conference on Arts and Special Education and soon for the National State Assembly for the Arts.  He is also crowned King of SF Carnaval 2017. He teaches dance and ASL in both Hearing and Deaf communities and is the founder/artistic director of Urban Jazz Dance Company and has been producing the Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival since 2013 which has been awarded an Isadora Duncan (Izzie) Award in 2018. Yeni Lucero-YStyle Afro Fusion. @yenilucero Healing Through Dance in the Trauma-Informed Dance Class. Yeni Lucero was born in the small town of Chalchuapa, coming to the Bay Area later in life, she began her training in West African dance at the age of 15, and soon pursued a more versatile training at San Francisco State Unive