Young children participate in a movement class.

To demonstrate and promote the essential role of the arts in the learning and development of every child, highly acclaimed dance educator and performer Mary Ann Lee continues to provide annual seminars at Canada's National Ballet School.

Held annually in October, the program incorporates dance and movement into all areas of the curriculum using high-quality, innovative, and sequential arts instruction. Through a variety of activities, the workshops enable teachers-in-training and dance teachers to explore the early childhood age group and approaches to working with young dancers. For more information on the workshop, contact Katya Robledo at katya.robledo@nbs-enb.ca.

This year's workshop will be held on October 29 at Canada's National Ballet School from 10:00am - 1:00pm.
Register here.

About Mary Ann Lee

Since 1979, Mary Ann Lee has been the director of the University of Utah Tanner Dance Program. In addition to her roles within the University of Utah, Ms. Lee is a master teacher and has been a dance specialist for the National Endowment for the Arts' Artists in Education Program where she travelled to schools through the United States. She has been a dance specialist for the Utah Arts Council since 1975. She has taught, performed and choreographed extensively in the United States, Canada, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, Japan and China. 

2017 Workshop PDF