An Afternoon of Dance

A new season of An Afternoon of Dance at the Morris Graves Museum of Art begins Sunday, September 22, at 2 p.m. and features Trillium Dance Studios.

Trillium Dance Studios was founded in 2006 by owner/director Erin McKeever. The program offers ballet, modern and Latin dance styles, as well as various workshop classes year round. Originally Dance Class with Erin Fernandez, Trillium Dance has grown to include two studio locations, six instructors, and over 200 students. The program is also home to two performing groups: Trillium Dance Ensemble, which provides a professional level performing opportunity for faculty and alumni, and the Junior Ensemble, comprised of advanced students who have been trained at the studio.

With an emphasis on positivity and encouragement, the faculty at Trillium Dance strives to energize and inspire their students, while promoting creativity and healthy dance technique in a supportive environment. The studio performs two large-scale dance productions each year to highlight the achievements of the students and to showcase the performing Ensembles. In addition, the Latin Dance students and teachers perform each year in the North Country Fair Samba Parade.

Join Trillium Dance Studios for a special Afternoon of Dance performance at the Morris Graves Museum of Art! There is a $5 suggested donation at the door.

An Afternoon of Dance is made possible by the Humboldt Arts Council's Docents for Dancing.
The Morris Graves Museum of Art is located at 636 F Street, Eureka. For more information contact: 442-0278 ext. 201or visit www.humboldtarts.org.