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The Process

Once upon a time, there was a shortage of Lindy Hop information – a few precious movie clips were sometimes all that Lindy Hoppers had to learn from. But as time passed and more information became available, the biggest challenge became that of processing the current abundance of knowledge. To help modern Lindy Hoppers meet […]

Chase Festival 2016 Clips

Last week, we had the pleasure of teaching at the Chase Festival in Heidelberg, Germany and we had an outstanding time — definitely one of the Top 3 Events of our year. Here’s a quick explanations of what makes this event unique (and awesome): Have you ever dreamed of being able to dance just like the […]

Havin’ a Good Time!

Let’s start with why I had the BEST time at Lindy Focus this year. Yes, the music was out-of-this world amazing (I’m not exaggerating – it was ridiculous!), many of my friends were there, I had some awesome dances, I taught some sweet classes, and I got to perform along side some amazing ladies, but really, […]

ILHC 2014

Last week the International Lindy Hop Championships took place in Washington, DC and, as every year, it was a spectacular turn out of talent. If you have a few hours, you can sift through the videos on youtube that were so quickly posted by Patrick & Natasha. In short, here’s what the two of us […]

Swingin’ in Paris 2014

We are feeling extremely grateful to be on the invite list at so many fabulous camps!! Thank you to Swingin’ in Paris for having us! The Location: Theatre Equestre Zingaro The Live Music: The Teachers: The DJs: Videos of the competitions and other performances can be found here.  The music and the energy of the weekend […]

The Mooche 2014

Thank you again, Daragh Regan, for putting on another epic weekend for the two of us to come and party, teach, inspire, and dance. Our performance for the weekend: The Staff:   The Party:   The Performance: Photographer: Andrew Miller

Swingin’ in Spring 2014

I have to say, I think this is the best event of my year. Yes, I know we are only halfway through it, but it was SUCH an amazing weekend….I left exhausted and thrilled about lindy hop. Why? Great teaching staff, outstanding music, and freaking phenomenal dancers. Boom! This kinda sums up the weekend:   […]

April Artist – Day 29 – Zak Timan

April 29, 2014 | Filed Under: Artists
Tagged: air, chains, eggshells, feathers, glass, jazz music, Louis Armstrong, magnet, oil, silver, Zak Timan

I make floating sculpture. Using buoyant materials such as cork, hollow metal forms, and birds’ eggshells, I create compositions that float in clear, oil-filled glass vessels. The compositions’ elements are tethered to the vessel bottom with line or chain, suspending them in liquid space. My sculptures have a relationship with jazz music, although less explicitly […]

April Artists – Day 28 – Emma Robertson

Name: Emma Robertson Location: Auckland, New Zealand How long have you been doing art: I have always loved drawing and painting for as long as I can remember and there is photo evidence from even before then. I lost myself in the inevitable high school panic of “what are you going to be when you grow […]

April Artist – Day 27 – Rayut Siman Tov

April 27, 2014 | Filed Under: Artists
Tagged: Dance Tel Aviv, evolution, Israel, Kevin & Jo, Rayut Siman Tov

My motto in life is “I don’t want to live on this planet anymore”, but seeing as I’m stuck here, I might as well dance.” Name: Rayut Siman Tov City: Tel Aviv, Israel How long have you been making art: I’ve been doing art since I was three, but I’ve been payed to do it […]

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