Class Name: The Space in Between.
Class Description: This contemporary class lives somewhere in the middle of accented and released movement. Class will begin with a warmup focused on firing up the blood flow through our core while introducing key movement from the phrase work. Discover how to quickly sit in the pocket of music that may be new to your ears and how to efficiently fill up all the spaces in between from moment to moment.
Bio: JAMILA GLASS is the Artistic Director of L.A. Contemporary Dance Company and joined the company in 2005 as a founding member. Her choreography includes Netflix's Dear White People as series choreographer for their final musical season, Prada’s Galleria campaign, Hulu's feature film Bad Hair, BET's TV series Twenties, and HBO’s The Beauty of Blackness. She recently choreographed and co-directed two commercials for Splice, the music industry's highest quality, royalty-free sample library. Additionally, she has spent the last ten years bridging the world of film and movement, directing and producing 20 dance films.
As a performer, she has worked with Ryan Heffington, Galen Hooks, Nina McNeely, and Kathryn Burns. Other credits include Netflix film Mascots (Christopher Guest), American Horror Story, Paul McCartney, Colbie Caillat, Foster the People tour, American Apparel, Samsung, & the NY Times Best Selling photography book Dancers Among Us. She has taught at schools: UCLA, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, Hussian College Los Angeles and created work for LACDC, Cal State Fullerton, University of Illinois Edwardsville, and Co/Motion Creation Intensive (Boston). She is looking forward to two upcoming choreographic residencies at universities across the United States. Jamila graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Cinema-Television (Film & Video Production) and a Minor in Advertising and is a member of the Television Academy.
1.25 hour class: $14
1.5 hour class: $16
1.75 hour class: $18
2 hour class: $20
On December 19th, Pay-What-You-Can: | $16, $18, $20