Flatfoot Dance Company’s training programme in South Africa

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Castelyn, S. 2012. Flatfoot Dance Company’s training programme in South Africa. Animated. 2012 (Winter), pp. 32-35.
AuthorsCastelyn, S.
Abstract

Dr Sarahleigh Castelyn, Choreographer, Researcher, and Senior Dance Lecturer at the University of East London, describes Flatfoot’s work in training dancers.
This article, first published in the Winter 2012 edition of Animated magazine, is reproduced by permission of Foundation for Community Dance. (c) 2012 All Rights Reserved. See www.communitydance.org.uk/animated for more information.

Keywordsdance training; South Africa
JournalAnimated
Journal citation2012 (Winter), pp. 32-35
ISSN0969-7225
Year2012
PublisherFoundation for Community Dance
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Web address (URL)http://www.communitydance.org.uk/animated-magazine.html
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Print2012
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Deposited24 Apr 2013
Copyright informationThis article, first published in the Winter 2012 edition of Animated magazine, is reproduced by permission of Foundation for Community Dance. All Rights Reserved. See www.communitydance.org.uk/animated for more information.
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