Elements X Workshops: 2 Days, 9 Classes


All of the guest judges at Elements X will ALSO be teaching 9 workshops over the course of the following 2 days. The classes will be held at the dance studio of the Sargent Activities Center (SAC) at Boston University.

DAY 1 – November 15, 2009 | 10:00am Registration

11:00am | Glory Mendoza (Funkanometry SF Artistic Director)
12:00pm | Brian Puspos (SoReal Cru)
01:00pm | Adrian Causing (FR3SH Executive Director)
02:00pm | Andrew Baterina (SoReal Cru Director)
03:00pm | Lando Wilkins (Boxcuttuhz Director)

Day 2 – November 16, 2009 | 05:00pm Registration

06:00pm | Leslie Hubilla (FR3SH Artistic Director)
07:00pm | Kyle Hanagami (The Lost Kids Artistic Director)
08:00pm | Elm Pizarro (Boogiezone Founder)
09:00pm | Rocko Luciano (Boxcuttuhz)

RATES (apply per day):
1 class: $16
2 classes: $26
3 classes: $34
4 classes: $40
5 classes: $44

Do the math:  If you take all 9 classes, it comes out to $9.33 per class – an insane bargain, especially in these rough economic times.  Shouts to Fusion for looking out for all of us – on the economic tip, as well as the dancing =D

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