Updated Thursday, March 27, 2020
In accordance with restrictions and in concerns with the health and safety of our community, Velocity Dance Center, including our studios, will be closed until at least April 6th.
However, we are live-streaming classes and are creating exciting online opportunities for our community to come together. Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the upcoming details.
Additionally, we know you are considering the many ways you can support your family, friends, and community during this unsettling time. We ask you to also consider us and the artists that call Velocity home. If you are able, please make a gift or donate your ticket cost to organizations that have had to cancel performances and public programming, including Velocity. To those of you who have already donated to us: thank you.
We miss you, and we remain optimistic that we will dance again in the near future.
Velocity’s annual Spring BASH is moving online. From April 20th to 26th, we will post a few of our favorite memories from Velocity’s video archives; share conversations and collaborations with artists and partner orgs about art and life in the time crisis, and invite you to dream with us about the future of Seattle dance and Velocity.View all events
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Dear Velo Community,
As you have doubtless heard, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has announced a state of emergency in response to new cases of COVID-19. Velocity has decided to move as many of our classes and events online as possible and cancel all physical gathering. We are working hard to provide artistic and physical fulfillment to our community while supporting you in your efforts to stay safe and healthy. Please keep checking our website and social media for online offerings and future cancelations. For a full list of resources and recommendations to keep in mind during this outbreak, visit the state’s informational page.
Stay safe, and stay healthful!
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