Waterville Moves is a bi-weekly series that invites you to move your body, share stories, and create connections through guided movements and dance making! This class is designed specifically for parents to move with their child and can be taken as a series or a single workshop. Classes are free and open to all: no experience with dance needed.
Instructor Jenny Ngidi-Brown is a mother of two littles, an occupational therapist, and a yoga teacher, who studied dance in college. She is excited to share her love of movement with the community.
For more info on the Waterville Moves: All Ages, click here.
For a list of all dates, click here.
This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and realized in partnership with the Colby College Museum of Art and its Lunder Institute for American Art.
Waterville Creates’ 2023 Call for Proposals (CFP) for Community-Centered Arts Programming is the final phase of the Common Threads project. The proposals funded through the CFP represent a diverse range of artists and disciplines and are designed to attract people of all ages and backgrounds to the Paul J. Schupf Art Center by providing accessible, meaningful, and joyful arts experiences while also responding to issues and themes that are relevant and important to our community.