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“What was shown here was possible for everybody, and once you open a possibility for human beings, to do whatever it is, then they’ll look for that opportunity to participate in the process, whether it’s this dancing, or overall moving in space and becoming more aware of themselves in whatever space they’re in.”

∼Disabled Workshop Participant


DanceAbility Asia

Hong Kong

DanceAbility International was awarded an Asian Cultural Council Fellowship in 2006. Alito was in Hong Kong four times over an eighteen month period to train people in the DanceAbility method and create a performance. The performance won the 2006 Choreography of the Year Award in Hong Kong and the show has been performed again in Hong Kong and toured in a few cities in China including Guangzhou and Guangdong where it was a part of the opening program for the Guangdong Modern Dance Week in 2008.

For information about DanceAbility in Hong Kong, please email us: DanceAbility International ».

Korea

We have a certified DanceAbility teacher in Korea. To learn more about DanceAbility in Korea, click here to email DanceAbility International ».

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Photo Credits: Chi Wai

Indonesia

In May 2013, a group of seven people from Indonesia attended Alito Alessi’s workshop in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The workshop was organized by Gadjah Mada University and State Yogyakarta University, supported by the American Embassy. After the workshop, the community decided to organize Disability Day in December 2013. In February 2014, the now DanceAbility Indonesia Community organized the first workshop of the DanceAbility community in Yogyakarta. Now they are making the community bigger and stronger.

Philippines

DanceAbility held a five-day "mixed abilities" dance workshop organized by the U.S. Embassy in Manila featuring DanceAbility International, on May 14th, 2013 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Amado V. Hernandez. The event was organized with funding from the U.S. State Department’s Arts Envoys Program and in cooperation with CCP.

Mongolia

DanceAbility International artists Alito Alessi and Karen Daly successfully completed their two sets of 3-day teacher orientation workshops in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from May5-10, 2013. A total of 75 people participated from 10 different provinces such as Dornod, Bayankhongor, Zavkhan, Uvurkhangai, and Khuvsgul. Mongolia National Television as well as Daily News press reported the event.



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