Join Borderless Arts TN on June 11 and 12 as we offer free dance workshops in our international digital dance festival. You do not have to have professional dance training to join us. Register at https://form.jotform.com/211176546523151
This post features the information on the Egyptian dance that will be led from Cairo, Egypt by Nadia Elarbi of Alfan Alkhas Association.
Description: Females need a long scarf and males need a long stick for this session. Participants will learn traditional Egyptian dances.
Artist Bio: Nadia Elarabi received her PhD in philosophy of education with an emphasis on mental health at Ain Shams University in 2008. She specialized in the counseling psychology field of using arts & crafts. Also she is a vocational rehabilitation consultant in many developing projects. She contributed in Community Based Rehabilitation programs (CBR ) in many poor areas in Egypt to teach arts & crafts for families to support their kids to be productive persons into society through skills enhancement and equal access to opportunities in life.
She contributed in writing the book “Silent No More, Special Needs People in Egypt” published by AUC press in Cairo. Also she wrote many articles about career development in the arts for people with disabilities in Egypt. She is considered among the first persons to organize public art exhibition for the people with disabilities in Egypt. In addition she got the experience of collaborative search in Africa through (AHEC) African Higher Education Collaborative Search.
This program is supported by the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities and a grant from the Nashville Predators