Butler University makes the impossible possible with Kids Dance Outreach

A bright eyed and energetic group of about fifty kindergartners awaited dance instruction for Kids Dance Outreach’s first of three workshops just for kindergartners with Speedway Schools. Some students looked nervous to begin while others could barely resist from moving. As soon as director and dance instructor for Kids Dance Outreach (KDO) began to teach... Continue Reading →


What would the world look like if every child had access to dance education?

Here is what Florida State University and Western Michigan University dance diplomats had to say to the following question after their exchange to Panama this past week: What would the world look like if every child had access to dance education? "I think every child would have a lot more confidence in themselves and be much... Continue Reading →

A MoveEx Inspiration.

Words from FSU’s Dance Diplomats after our Exchange to Panama: “Movement Exchange is about so much more than sharing dance between cultures; it is about making a change no matter how minuscule or vast it may be.” “Those kids will forever have a place in our hearts and will be our motivation to continue giving... Continue Reading →

A beauty worth experiencing

As I sit here reminiscing on all that I was experiencing just over 24 hours ago, I can't help but be immensely grateful. In just a weeks time, I was not only reminded of the many reasons I fell in love with this passion of mine in the first place, but I was also reminded of how... Continue Reading →

Panamanian Days: FSU in Malambo Take Two!

Risen early, filled with coffee, and slathered in two layers of sunscreen, 8 bright-eyed and bushy tailed dancers scurried out of Magnolia Inn with fearless and feisty leader Tinna in tow to hike to the summit of Cerro Ancon. Sweating and chatting, we laughed our way to the top, indulging in every photo-opportunity with voracious... Continue Reading →

Malambo Day 1!

Just finished our first day teaching in Panama!! Besides a few rough patches, I'd say it was pretty successful and I could not be more ecstatic that FSU Movement Exchange has finally made it to Panama! Today was supposed to be our first day at the University, but the AC wasn't working so we salvaged... Continue Reading →


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