The 2022-2023 Season for Movement Arts Atlanta will begin on Tuesday, August 9, 2022. The season will offer classes in Kinderdance, Ballet for children and adults and Modern. There will also be the continuation of MAA’s first major arts project, A Time with Isadora, with the presentation of a performance and documentary film. MAA is also looking forward to developing its Outreach Performance Program with community performances.
Class registration will be open by the end of July. Several benefits of MAA’s classes include professional instruction, small class size and all-inclusive pricing. MAA’s director, Carolyn Stine McLaughlin, has more than 25 years of experience teaching and managing arts projects. The majority of MAA’s classes are limited to six students, well below the area average enrollment. All-inclusive pricing is unique. Registration, tuition and participation in the Annual Student Recital (costumes, tickets, etc.) are included in the annual tuition rate which is payable in two instalments.
A Time with Isadora, which examines the way one artist influences many, will present an evening of dance and discussion on Thursday, September 29, 7:00 pm at The Trolley Barn. The evening will include an historic Ducan, and Limón works and premiers by Atlanta area choreographers; Carolyn Stine McLaughlin, Douglas Scott and George Staib. Later in the fall, there will be a screening of the documentary made about the project.
The Outreach Performance Program gives the students of MAA’s class to go out into the community to perform. MAA is in the process of working with Jewish Home Life to organize fall performances for the residents of their community.