Classes at the Wellspring Dance Academy are taught by dance professionals. Wellspring Dance Academy promotes organic, aesthetic movement focusing on the individual strengths and needs of each student. We do not take part in competitions, so there are no extra costs for costuming or other hidden fees. In each class, students learn solid technique and repertoire. Instruction takes place in a modern, professional performance theater, giving students the taste of the real stage. Classes are small (allowing for individualized instruction for students at all levels) and offer opportunities for social development and individual artistic expression.
Classes begin April 24th, 2017 and run through June 17th, 2017. We will host a student dance concert on Saturday, June 17th.
HOW TO REGISTER:
1 - View our class schedule and offerings below to determine which class(es) you would like to register for.
2 - Complete our Online Registration Form. You only need to complete the form once for multiple classes and/or students. Enter your credit card information to complete your payment automatically. If you will be paying by check or cash, please note this in the "comments" section of the form and submit your payment in person or by mail to Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers; 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Suite 204; Kalamazoo, MI 49007. Please note that enrollments are not complete until we have reviewed your registration and received your payment.
Wellspring provides full and partial scholarships to low-income families and those suffering temporary financial hardship. Children and adults may both apply with first consideration given to youth applicants. Although Wellspring would love to award all applicants, scholarship funds are limited and not all requests can be filled. Click here to access our scholarship application form or request one from the Wellspring office at 269/342-4354 to receive by mail. The deadline to apply for a Spring Session scholarship is April 1, 2017.
Funding for Wellspring's Scholarship Program is provided by donations from individuals, the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, the Harold and Grace Upjohn Foundation, the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, the Kalamazoo Community Foundation, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.