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10th annual Moab Jam

The 10th annual Moab Jam held in and around the Canyons of Moab, Utah (USA) is coming right up! If you've never experienced a jam in such an exquisitely beautiful setting before, come check it out! more than just a Jam, you get to explore your dance, the outdoors, share great meals, a beautiful campground, and lots more...

10th Annual Moab Jam Website

Photo by John Bainbridge

Workshop intensive: May 7th - 11th Workshop with Ray Chung.

Jam: May 11th - 14th with Gretchen Spiro as the Jam's resident teacher and "guide"

Campout: May 14th - ??? After the Jam head out as a group to the array of beautiful sights, sounds, smells, textures and feelings that come from the incredible Utah desert. The campout is truly a magical time. And it's free!

Susan Arnsten-Russell's Gallery

Based in Upstate New York, Susan has been involved in the CI community both as a dancer and a visual artist for many years. Check out her beautiful artwork! Click the link below to visit her website where you'll find lots more beautiful works of hers.

Here's a picture I took while teaching down in Guatemala. Bette and Pablo on the rooftop in Antigua with Pacaya (the Volcano) in the background!

Super Contact Danse!

After teaching a CI workshop in Montreal this weekend I saw these neon signs on the downtown streets and couldn't resist taking photos, though this is definitely NOT the style of dancing that we do! (I cropped out the x-rated portions of the sign!) In fact, I'm told by my French Canadian friend, Kim, that this is the reason why Contact Improvisation is not refered to as "Contact Dance" in Quebec. Important distinctions!!!