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The Impact of Your Support

NDFA is dedicated to the promulgation of dance as a viable 21st century art form.


In so doing, NDFA facilitates such outreach programming as educational activities and helping young people pursue their artistic ambitions. The NDFA sponsored Summer Dance Intensive 2018 scholarship fund is an initiative that will give dance students a deeper understanding of ballet and modern technique and how to use it more effectively as well as give students advanced tools to develop their artistry and performance capabilities all while receiving college credit.


As our programs develop, NDFA hopes to elevate cultural awareness, enrichment, and enjoyment of dance as an art form through progressive opportunities for everyone who can benefit from the arts. Your personal investment toward full and partial scholarships to the Summer Dance Intensive 2018 is truly significant.


Your gift enables NDFA to exceed expectations for students and make the extraordinary possible. Give to this special fund, and you will be helping young people pursue their artistic ambitions.


Donor Benefits

Knowing that your gift is allowing young people immerse themselves in a rewarding dance experience. Knowing that your gift is elevating dance awareness and appreciation! See Perks for further benefits.

Other Ways You Can Help

Some people just can’t contribute, but that doesn’t mean they can’t help. Get the word out about this campaign, make some noise, and ask others to do so, too. It would make a BIG difference! Remember to use the Indiegogo share tools!

About Summer Dance Intensive 2016

Under the personal instruction of NDFA Director and College of Southern Nevada Program Head, Kelly Roth, students will learn what it takes to excel in your artistic training through this innovative program. Students can immerse themselves in a rewarding dance experience with a high level of training for beginning/ intermediate dancers and for a select group of the most advanced students.


As repertory rehearsals are an integral part of the Program, students will have the advanced opportunity to develop their artistry and performance capabilities through the rehearsal and performing process. Students will work with professional dancers and award-winning choreographers to strengthen these skills and will perform repertory and/or new choreography in the performances at the Las Vegas Dance in the Desert Festival 2016 presented by the Summerlin Performing Arts Center and Library, sponsored by the Las Vegas Clark Country Library District, and in conjunction with NDFA.


Scholarship Award Criteria

Final awards will be based on merit, although dance students at all levels of their educational training are encouraged to apply, on professionalism, and on individual’s determination and passion for dance. Award amounts are determined by total cost of tuition and will be paid directly to the school to cover tuition costs.


The application process: application form completed; a letter of recommendation from a nonrelative; and, attend an audition technique class.


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