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To our amazing REVcommuity of families, friends and supporters.
Thank You for making our fourth annual REVyouth Summer Arts Camp a huge success, providing a variety of art experiences and introducing the campers to a diverse group of artists in their community.
Hey REVvisionaries!! We just completed our third day of camp! Two more to go. Check out all the fun the REVyouth has today. We did photography with CJ Theater/Improv with Jennifer Choreography with Matilda. Thank you to all of our supporters, we could not have done it without you. We could use a little more help and there are still a couple days left to contribute. Please share the word!!
learn, create, love,
The DIS/Ableist Network shares this second interview with Dwayne Scheuneman, professional wheelchair dancer and owner of REVolutions Dance, and with his student Kaitlin, and together the two of them share some great stories from their own lives, and the important role that art (and especially dance) plays in their lives.
Our summer camp is typically funded by revenue generated from our professional performances and world tours. This past year, as a result of the COVID pandemic, those revenue sources have been non-existent. As a result, we are turning to our REVcommunity for help. Year after year, our camp expands and our students grow. They grow in confidence, creativity, and in a better understanding of each other and their community. This year, we are counting on you and would be extremely grateful for your support.
Join our REVolutions dance teacher, Matilda, for an all-levels donation-based yoga class. All donations go towards making our REVyouth Summer Arts Camp possible.
Life After Life, featuring Dwayne Scheuneman and directed by Dr. Christopher Boulton, is a poignant, surprising, and at times hilarious documentary about aging, ability, and artistic expression that shows it is never too late to explore the unknown.
The DIS/Ableist Network interviews Dwayne Scheuneman as he talks to us about his spinal cord injury, and how it led him to his love for the art, and about REVolutions Dance.