I’d like to welcome everyone to the New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful and relaxing holiday season, I sure do know that I did! So, I know that I’ve been neglecting Dancing Outside The Bun the past couple months. A big sorry to everyone. I didn’t know that people actually paid attention to my blog and actually missed it while I took some time away from it. So once again sorry for that.
The reason I took time off from DOTB was because I went crazy and decided to start a new YouTube channel and Facebook page called Dancing Kpop Style.
I know that just about all of you don’t follow Kpop music, but I think all of you should check it out! There, I review and give mini dance tutorials for some of the top Kpop hits. It provides the same banter and silliness that DOTB has. The best part of all of it is that I’m pretty consistant with it, every week I put out a new video for all of you to enjoy. So why not tag along, watch fun videos, and learn some new dance moves! Hey, maybe you’ll “LIKE” it and want to “SUBSCRIBE” on YouTube! Here’s a few links to get you started.
So there you have it! Don’t worry, I’ll still update DOTB with new content, and I’ll make sure to keep it just as fun and entertaining as always. Sorry again that I’ve been a neglectful parent to DOTB, but I hope you’ll stay with me and follow me along with all of my adventures. Thanks guys XOXO!
And to those that would scream, “Get a real job!” to me, I say to you: This is a real job. This is something I spent years studying to perfect, and that happens to bring a lot of people great joy. In other countries where culture has a higher value among the general population, artists are very well respected and treated as if they are contributing to society, which they certainly are. And I would argue that if more Americans were taught to value the importance of the arts, this would improve our lives, our attitudes, and even our economy.
Jennifer Rivera - Opera Singer And Blogger
Despite your political views, Jennifer points out a few things that we should continue to take into consideration. Check out the rest of her article, "Why Anyone Who Values The Arts Should Care About This Election."
Twenty some years ago, I went to the opera house in Tulsa, OK for the first time because my second grade computer teacher took it upon herself to organize a field trip to the Marriage of Figaro. Tomorrow… 2000 kids [will] see the Sleeping Beauty, most visiting the theatre for the first time and many coming from 2+ hours away, and I know we will change some lives as mine was. I’m honored to see this production knowing the impact of arts and arts education in our community, knowing our beautiful, hard working dancers, and (hopefully) knowing what I’m doing.
Anne O’Connor, Colorado Ballet Director Of Education
While kids may not know about everything that goes into the production of a ballet, it is always a great reward, for everyone, when you see the smiles of children as they watch the performance or when they leave the theatre. All of us should continue to keep pushing forward to promote the arts in our communities, to further benefit and enrich the lives of everyone.
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