During this wonderful summer holiday, Suzhou Artsy1dance Educational Institution organized a 3-day Beijing Dance Academy Special Summer Camp in Six Arts Museum.
Suzhou Artsy1dance Educational Institution was set up in 2014. It is a professional dance educational institution with a strong and experienced teachers’ team in Lili Ancient Town.
Mr. Wang Shen, Founder of Artsy1dance
The founder Mr. Wang Shen learned to dance as a child.
At the age of 12, he was admitted to Guangzhou Zhongchuan International Art college.
8 years of dance training led him to many achievements: ISTD British Royal Dance Teacher, British Blackpool Group Dancing Three Successive Championships, First Grade Teacher of CDSF China Dance & Sport Union, and First Grade Teacher of CBDF China International Standard Dance Association.
After graduation, he was hired as a choreographer by a well-known arts and media company in Hong Kong. He founded Suzhou Artsy1dance Educational Intitution in order to give more children who love dance a chance to be admitted into first-class art schools.
This summer camp was meant to improve the students’ dancing skills and their performance foundation. This dancing camp allowed these teenage dancers to learn and use the most advanced dance knowledge and techniques.
The teachers guided the students step by step
During this three-day and two-night summer camp. Teacher Liu Zhiwen and Liu Weiyue, who both graduated from Beijing Dance Academy and are now teachers at Nanjing Arts Institute, guided Artsy1dance students with patience and professionalism.
Taking a rest in Six Arts Coffee Shop
The teachers and students
enjoyed their lunch in Six Arts Fortune Restaurant
The concentration and persistence of the dancers was touching as they danced so elegantly and with such charm in the Six Arts Museum. The beautiful surroundings and considerate service team at the Six Arts Museum provided an ideal training venue for the dance classes.
These teenage dancers not only improved their dancing skills, but also enhanced their enthusiasm for dance instruction. They will never forget this summer camp at Six Arts Museum.
Thanks to Artsy1dance for some of the wonderful videos.