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kick start dance anywhere!

We here at dance anywhere are happy to say that our Kickstarter campaign has begun!

But now we need your help!

Please help keep dance anywhere free and accessible to all by donating whatever you can afford. dance anywhere is for everyone! And we want to keep it that way. No experience, no auditions, no applications, and no fees. It is free! On March 30, 2012, we want the entire world to stop and dance. With your support, we can make this happen.

Support dance anywhere by making a donation. Even if you can only give a dollar, you will be helping to keep this worldwide public art performance alive and reaching more participants than ever. This year we are starting our dance anywhere goes to school project. We are working to provide free online curriculum for teachers and we are creating a new online gallery just for schools to post their dance anywhere photos, artwork, and creative writing. Without your support, this level of community engagement would not be possible.

Visit our kickstarter page and help us get the whole world dancing and inspired. We have some great awards for our backers, like tote bags, artwork, and even a dinner party. Join us in making March 30, 2012 our most successful dance anywhere yet!

photo: Weidong Yang
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