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Learn action words and build choreography in our after-school dance class!

Join instructors with The Rosin Box Project for a special 7-week after-school program! Learn ballet steps and action words, build choreography, and have fun. Students will engage in physical and critical thinking activities while preparing self-made choreography for an in-classroom showcase! Recommended for all kids with a creative spark!

Classes are for TK-2nd grades and are one hour, after school one day a week. Please register below to have your student participate in this incredibly fun and engaging dance workshop at your school!

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SESSION DETAILS: 

  • 6-8- week program!

  • Classes meet one day a week after school at your student's school

  • Classes run for one hour

  • Our Teaching Artists will assist with pick-up following class!

  • Last class of the session is an in-classroom showcase - parents and families invited!

SESSION PRICE:

  • $250 for the entire 6-8-week session

  • Please click the Registration button below to register your student for their school!

TRBP TEACHING ARTISTS

Hilary Broman - Ballet

Hilary Broman is TRBP's Outreach Education and Studio Coordinator where she oversees and acts as program manager for all of TRBP’s education and outreach programming in addition to managing studio functions and services. Hilary is a graduate of Arizona State University and currently runs her own small business teaching dance to pre-K through 5th grade students alongside her job with TRBP. Hilary has many years of experience as a teaching artist, dancer, (training with Carolina Ballet, and Allegro West Dance in Rio Rancho, New Mexico), and dance educator. Hilary serves as an outreach teaching artist as well as a TRBP Studio teaching artist in addition to her administrative work.

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Jamelene Devera - Hip Hop

Jamelene Devera is currently a student at UC San Diego studying Cognitive Science. In her free time, she enjoys taking naps, singing karaoke, tending to her Spotify playlist for the week, and seeing new things! She is currently a troupe member of Culture Shock San Diego. In her childhood, she remembers attempting to mimic the choreography of popular music videos and, of course, entertaining relatives with her dancing at the request of her mother for family gatherings. Her first exposure to dance training was at the age of four through ballet classes at a small studio in El Cajon. Then, around the age of 10, she began practicing hula and Tahitian dance under Pride of Polynesia. By the time she was in middle school, her aunts (both former collegiate dancers on teams 909 and Kababayan) were eager to introduce her to the world of hip hop. Shortly after, Jamelene joined Future Shock San Diego from 2016 to 2018. During her junior year at Steele Canyon High School, she founded and led a hip hop club with Paulina and Fayline Separa called Club Groove with the goal of educating students about hip hop history, culture, and foundations. She also was on One Ten Dance Team from 2018 to 2020. Her love for dance has only grown over time as it serves as an outlet for self-expression - a form of therapy. Her current goals are to continue being a student of dance while sharing her passion for the art with others.

  • What is Arts-Integration?
    Arts Integration combines visual and performing arts standards and common core subject matter to create programming that connects kids with the arts, all while reinforcing classroom knowledge in a fun and creative way! Programs like Ballet Machine are created with the help of teachers and education professionals, vetted by Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Departments for adherence to standards, and tailored to fit each classroom's trajectory over the school year. Our Ballet Machine program is a two-part series where classroom teachers can work with students in our pre-req video, then interact either in-person or via Zoom with a teaching artist AND professional dancers!
  • How much does Ballet Machine cost?
    For Ballet Machine, including our prerequisite video and our 1 hour in-person session, the total is $500. We recognize that this amount may feel large for some classrooms and student groups, so our staff is prepared to work with your Principal, Superintendent, or PTA to facilitate covering the cost of the program. Once we've identified that the program is the right fit, our staff will also work with you on Grants to cover costs for the future.
  • I'm a busy teacher...is there added work for me?
    NOT AT ALL! Our staff has tremendous experience organizing and facilitating these kinds of programs. After contacting our Managing Director and establishing a time frame, we will be in charge of scheduling, working with your school leadership, and all the other ins and outs of managing the program. All you have to do is introduce us on "the day of the show!" **As some programs may be reliant on Grants for funding, our staff may be in contact with you about a program assessment or personal feedback.
  • What core standards are addressed in Ballet Machine?
    Ballet Machine is a K-5 program that covers the National and California Standards. VAPA Dance Standards: Creating - Anchor Standard 1 - Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work. Creating - Anchor Standard 2 - Organize and develop artistic ideas and work. Performing - Anchor Standard 5 - Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation. Performing - Anchor Standard 6 - Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work. ELD Standards: Analyzing language choices - Distinguish how two different frequently used words (e.g., describing an action with the verb walk vs. run) produce a different effect. Listening Actively - Demonstrate active listening to read-alouds and oral presentations by asking and answering yes-no and wh- questions with oral sentence frames and substantial prompting and support. **Corresponds with CCSS Spoken Language for K-3, and Reading Language for K-7.

TRBP's workshop curriculum is endorsed by San Diego Unified School District's Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Department

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