“Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is not mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself.” ~Havelock Ellis]]>
“..Emily is an awesome teacher!! She truly cares about the student and tries her hardest to make them better each time you visit. I’ve been dancing with her for many years and she has brought much joy and excitement to dancing then I’ve ever experienced before!! When she dances it takes your breath away too… Don’t be afraid to come and visit one of her classes. She won’t let you down and I promise you it won’t be a waste. ”
- Allison (student of 8 years)
” Awesome performance tonight!!! I can’t wait till my daughter Kayleigh can start taking classes from you.”
-Christy (after attending “Colorless”)
“A great place to learn a great art…” - Craig (father of a long time student)
“This is an amazing work of art. Moving. Stirring. Incredible. Loved every second of this. Kudos.” - CM (after watching our December 2009 Gallery Night Performance)
It has been said that today too many people are arriving at the end of their lives with too much music left in them, things that have not been expressed, have not been shared, have not been explored, have not taken shape in the physical world. Leonardo Da Vinci said ” Art is never finished, only abandoned…” The Center will facilitate the continuation of the arts, art drawn from the deepest reaches of the soul and mind, expressions of all that life brings displayed in various forms.
I’ll be teaching Dance Classes, which will focus on developing personal expression and musicality as well as solid technique. I hope to eventually find others to come and teach Photography, Painting, Music, even Graphic Design, so that artists of all genres can develop and stretch themselves.