What: 2011 Fire Dancing Expo
Where: Union Square (Geary and Post)
When: April 23, 2011 at 7:50-10:00 pm
Why: In honor of National Dance Week in celebration of the diversity of dance!
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http://knowngold.live/2019/06 chirurgien alfonsi bastia This year’s artists are listed below in (mostly) alphabetical order. The show order will be announced a few days before the event:
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Bene Aria & Kahunahula
Artists: Bene Aria & Kahunahula
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Candice “Candela” Young
Celsius & Maxim
Artists: Celsius Maximus & Maxim Maximus
http://michaelhaving.live/2019/05 sureau noir utilisation Celsius has been a professional fire artist for over 6 years and is joined by his protege Maxim, the youngest fire spinning performer in the world, who has been spinning staff 1/3 of his life.
Artists: Jake Yoshioka & Mary Jane Schroeder
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Artists: Alexander Porten, Amanda Brown, Bonnie Hill, Braden Wesnousky, Brenda Ashworth, Carlyn Perona, David Borders, David Hirshman, David King, Don Massie, Erika Wesnousky, Forrest Henderson, Jason Brown, Katrina Whitten, Kelin Whitten, Morgan Helsper, Nicole Fairfield, Roger Stimson, Sage Ashworth, and Thomas Fougner
http://nameknew.live/2019/05 delai de reflexion de 7 jours ivg Controlled Burn of Reno was ignited in 2000. This volunteer group of parents, children, partners and friends is honored to return for their 3rd appearance at the Fire Dancing Expo.
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Artists: Luna Del Fuego, Juicy Jess & White Rabbit
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Artists: Kara “Karasmatic” Moore-O’Leary and Lauren “L’Kat” Boswell
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Fuego Del Alma
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Maestro & Karasmatic
Artists: Matt “Maestro” Freedman & Kara “Karasmatic” Moore-O’Leary
Artists:Cressie Mae, Heather Denham, Jen “Jem Destiny”, Lauren Guarjargo & Satise Dizon
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Dao de Flow
Artists: Gage Hanks & Nicky Evers
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Artists: Brenda “Manzanita” Fagan & R. Paramour Cook
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Corey and the Fans
http://missedplay.live/2019/04 des terroristes caches dans un cheval de bois Corey White of the Vulcan Crew is a movement artist, choreographer, and passionate fighter for bringing physicality, dance, and stage presence to the spinning arts.
Overtly Combustible Dance (OCD)
Artists: Jordan Campbell & Lara Hopwood
Taylor Lee Werner
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Artists: Ty Voliter & Ramsey
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The Pyroglyphicks of Solar Flare
Artists: Rachel Rajput & Monica Fine
The Golden Poisters
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Duo UnCut of Flamma
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The Amazing Zihni
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http://feltsleep.live/2019/04 breitenbach am herzberg postleitzahl The 2011 Expo also marks the 6th Anniversary of Temple of Poi Fire Dancing Expo and this show is once again on the City of San Francisco and Union Square’s Jewels in the Square Program. Jewels in the Square is an ongoing series of culturally significant presentations made in San Francisco’s Union Square in an effort to make diverse entertainment available to the public for free.
block job vacancy see The creation of this event is a tremendous leap in the efforts to legitimize fire dancing as an art form by taking it out of parking lots and putting it on landmark stages like Union Square. The Expo celebrates safe, legally permitted, public fire dancing performance in honor of National Dance Week, an annual 10-day week of free public dance events in the Bay Area designed to showcase the dynamic diversity and critically acclaimed quality of Bay Area dance.
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- offering more performance opportunities for fire dancers
- giving novice artists who might otherwise not have an opportunity to perform in a public setting an opportunity where they can invite friends and family to see them express their art
- increased exposure to the flow fire art forms by creating a legally permitted public event at a San Francisco landmark location
- raise the awareness of fire dancing as a prestigious dance form by holding this event on the opening night of National Dance Week
öffnung jobcenter neukölln This event is being financed by Isa “GlitterGirl” Isaacs, Temple of Poi, Union Square Park and San Francisco, generous donations from the following people:
Amy Poland Bates
Angie Kalea Ho
Anne Petersen aka Curly Love
Brett “Retch” Pomales
Daniel G. Van Olst
Dr. Lara Kossover, D.C.
Eldar Noe Dobrea
Emily S. Purdy
Julie “Slang” Beloussow
Katie Darden – Fireblessed Art
Lara M. Hopwood
Marie “Blaze” Barnett
Marla “Luna” Kaya
Mary Jerusha Teraji
Melinda “FireCracker” Sanders-McCollough
Nannette “Fire Nymph” Hawxhurst
Rachel “Maharani” Rajput
Satori Dance Studio
Solomon Dimitrius Ossa
Susan and Tim Bratton
Susan Drew Watkins
Pamela M. Howe
Paul and April Buchheit
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R. Paramour Cook