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Funky Foot Flow in December, Yo!

November 28, 2014 by

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Want to feel more freedom with your movements on the dance floor while twirling your poi? Looking for more flow between moves? Need to integrate recently acquired skills into performance flow with moves in your comfort zone? Then join us for three nights this fall where you can explore creating something unique. Each student brings […]

Cyber FunDay Deals

November 28, 2014 by

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Looking for a deal? We’ve got lots of options for locals as well as our internet friends. Video Lessons – 50% off sale! Giants at a Giant Discount Learn to Poi: Beginner Poi 5.5+ Hour Course Apparel T-Shirts by Nova: 2 for $30 Class Discounts Private Lessons 20% off Beginner Poi Moves Choreography Boot Camp Starting Wednesday Video […]

Choreography & Performance Virtual Boot Camp

November 28, 2014 by

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Fire and Flow Performers: Want to take your performance to the next level? Looking for any of the following? new choreography to choreograph your first piece a new process for choreographing peer review to assist in the creation process to understand what makes your performance more powerful a deeper understanding of your performance persona new tools […]

Why Gigs Without Pay Will Always Exist

November 25, 2014 by

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As fire and flow dancing performers sort themselves out in the marketplace and better understand the differences between the various types of individuals competing for gigs, different issues are bound to arise. There are several variables in the equation including different motivations to perform and different consequences when pay is limited. This article endeavors to distinguish the various types […]

8 Reasons Every Artist ‘Should’ Work for Free

November 23, 2014 by

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Now that I’ve gotten your attention with what I expect to be a controversial article title, I thought I’d address an issue that’s been widely prevalent since the Oprah/Revolva incident transpired last week. I have seen at least a few dozen times on Facebook individuals (mostly artists I believe) saying various forms of this statement, […]

First 5 Things to Do As a Pro Flow Performer

November 21, 2014 by

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Today’s question: I have recently decided that I am leaving the group I have performed with for 2 years. There are not any other performing flow art groups in the area unfortunately. What advice do you experienced performers have for me? When going pro, the trick is to realize that getting booked has very little to […]

9 Lessons Artist-prenuers Can Learn from Oprah & Revolva

November 19, 2014 by

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If you somehow missed, it, Revolva was recently asked to donate her performance skills to the local stop on Oprah’s new tour, The Life you Want. The irony is palpable. First, I want to say that I consider Revolva an incredible artist and I think her choice to turn down Oprah was not only appropriate […]