Abilities Dance believes in engaging with the community to further promote our mission. We teach dance workshops to all experience levels, ages, and abilities with the overall goal of teaching inclusive practices in their spaces. 

Director Ellice with the Boys and Girls Club of Booneville, MS.

Director Ellice with the Boys and Girls Club of Booneville, MS.

Quote by an artist during our guest artist workshop series with Gateway Arts.

Quote by an artist during our guest artist workshop series with Gateway Arts.

Our Place Our Place Logo

Our Place Our Place Logo


BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

We have appeared at Boys & Girls Club across the nation to show kids of different ages how different bodies can dance. We have also given Q&As about careers in the arts, non-profits, and entrepreneurship. We show kids early on the value of inclusion in the hopes that they will take these lessons and apply them in their classrooms, dance classes, and every where they go throughout their life. 

GATEWAY ARTS

We have an ongoing workshop series with Gateway Arts, a non-profit studio for adult artists with disabilities. We teach movement and music as well as what it is like to be a professional dancer with a disability. Through this ongoing series, we strive to reach a broader audience for adult artists with disabilities and further promote our mission of increasing inclusion in dance for folks with disabilities.

Our Space our place

Our Space Our Place is An after school program for elementary and high school students who are visually impaired and blind.

As the official dance partner for OSOP, ADB will teach movement to their youth ages 10-21. They will develop two pieces to showcase at the Abilities Dance's annual performance Audacity.


Want us to come to your organization? 

We love to collaborate with organizations in teaching dance workshops and/or inclusive practices in their specific spaces. Please email us at abilitiesdanceboston@gmail.com to start the conversation.