Photo Credit: Nigel Cooper

Photo Credit: Nigel Cooper

2019 Summer Workshop

Join us July 8-12, 2019 for a daily workshop featuring guest instructor, Christin Call. The daily schedule will incorporate pilates, ballet, and Christin’s original Postballet Technique. This workshop has limited space, so register soon to reserve your spot. Dancers who register by June 1 will receive a free t-shirt designed by Christin Call.

Ages 12+

Daily Class Schedule

9:30-10:30 am Pilates

10:30 am-12 pm Ballet

12:30-2 pm Postballet Technique

Cost for Entire Week:

Metropolitan Ballet Dancer:  $225

Sister Company Dancer: $250

(Sister Companies include Artistree, Ballet Salina, Bethel College of Performing Arts, & Barton Dance Theatre)

Non-Affiliated Dancer: $275

Cost per Class:

Metropolitan Ballet Dancer:  $17

Sister Company Dancer: $17

(Sister Companies include Artistree, Ballet Salina, Bethel College of Performing Arts, & Barton Dance Theatre)

Non-Affiliated Dancer: $20

About Christin:

Christin Call is an assemblage artist living in Seattle, WA and making work primarily at the cross-section of dance, film, installation, and poetry.  She received her early dance training in the Cecchetti method from Nancy Hervey and Jill Landrith, spending summers at Harid Conservatory, Kansas City Ballet, and Milwaukee Ballet. After receiving her BA in Painting and Art History from Wichita State University, she moved to Seattle where she danced the title role of Giselle at Evergreen City Ballet.  She went on to co-found and become Co-artistic Director of Coriolis Dance, where she has created roles in new works by Zoe Scofield, Joshua Beamish, and Co-artistic Director Natascha Greenwalt, as well as created over 20 works for the company.  Her work has been featured in many festivals, including On the Board’s NW New Works Festival of 2011, and she has received residencies from Project: Space Available, eXit Space Creative Residency, Studio Current, Open Flight Studio’s Flight Deck Residency, and Velocity Dance Center’s Creative Residency.  Her debut directorial film Voluntary Caesura received the Best Dance Film award at the Seattle Transmedia and Independent Film Festival of 2016.  Her most recent large-scale installation work What is Home an Obscure Kingdom an Opera Buffa It’s You Always You was presented by Northwest Film Forum in 2018.