Unless otherwise noted, please contact our booking staff for further information on the following educational opportunities:
Dance Access Days
In-theater performances providing youth with the experience of seeing an interactive AXIS performance in a formal theater setting, followed by a Q&A. This program is sponsored by The Clorox Company, The Bernard Osher Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and the City of Oakland. Learn more & register
In-theater performances that showcase artistic repertory, provide educational information on disability, personal dance history and include the audience in a physically integrated dance experience.
AXIS Dance Company presents over 20 in-school assemblies throughout the Bay Area each year. These assemblies include interactive participation by students, plus candid discussion and Q&A with AXIS dancers.
AXIS' intensive is an unparalleled dance experience for dancers with and without disabilities to develop their technique while collaborating with dancers from throughout the world. 2017 applications have closed. Please check back in early 2018 for more information.
Teachers are given the tools to create an inclusive creative environment in their classroom. Includes video-presentation and participating movement exercises.
At AXIS, we believe everyone can dance. Classes are taught by our company dancers, community teaching artists, and alumni from our company. Learn more about 2017 classes & workshops.
Residencies are a series of classes over several weeks in which students learn creative dance - exploring their own dance vocabulary, building confidence, and practicing cooperation and appreciation for each other’s creative expression.