From detailed feature documentaries to engaging short films, the SF Dance Film Festival offers something for dance enthusiasts and newcomers alike.
City College student Emmy Uwimana is resilient in overcoming his personal struggles, and uses the power of dance to advocate for social justice.
The dance department will kick off the fall semester—and twirl, slide and hop—with two September workshop nights featuring Romanian dance and Argentine tango.
Tango dancers, belly dancers, B-boys and B-girls, cheerleaders, and even children shared the stage at City College’s “Making It,” a collection of nearly two dozen dance pieces.
City College’s dance classes convened in the Wellness Center on Oct. 18 to host a night celebrating a new era of dance at the Wellness Center. Students and residents alike paired up to salsa with latin dance band Mazacote on the new North Plaza, while others took an introductory lesson on the Feldenkrais method taught by Jean Elvin.