St. Mary's County Arts Council

ART WORK SHOP Donna Jordan

Flash Mob Survival Workshop

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• Instructor: Donna Jordan
• Session 1: 9am – 12 noon
• Session 2: 1pm – 4pm
• Class Fee:  $30 each session or both sessions for $50
• Age requirements: 13 and over
• Skill Requirement: No previous dance experience required

Class description:
Let's be honest everyone...we all have a bucket list; go skydiving, swim in Bermuda, participate in a flash mob. Well we can check the last  one off our list. If you've never heard of a flash mob, it is when a  seemingly random large group of people gather to dance together and then  disperse as if nothing ever happened. With this workshop, you can  prepare yourself for flash mobs, learn new dance steps, and understand the behind the scenes of producing and becoming one of the dancers in the flash mob. Learn this choreography and there is potential to perform all through the tri-county area in 2015/2016. No dance experience required, all steps will be taught step by step.


Register for this class:
Make your check payable to:
St. Mary's County Arts Council
and send to 
St. Mary's County Arts Council
PO Box 1310
Leonardtown, MD  20650
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Flash mob workshop

Donna Jordan Biography

Hailing  from Va. Beach, VA, Donna Jordan has been celebrating dance and movement for a lifetime.  She continued to follow her passion for years to come taking dance and movement classes all over the world.  All different styles, all different types – all different focus  – from hip hop to ballroom to bellydance to ballet – there was no dance style she didn’t like to explore.  In 1989, she soon discovered that she enjoyed teaching just as much as dancing and began to teach in dance studios, gyms, recreation and community centers across the nation and overseas.  In 2002, when she moved to St Mary’s County, MD, she shifted gears, gave up her fulltime career as a Chemist and traded it in for the lifelong passion of dance by teaching dance and movement full time.  In 2007, she opened her own dance and movement center, House of Dance, with the same philosophy to provide a “home” for artists and movement professionals to explore and teach quality and diverse dance styles and movement to youth and adults. In addition to her center, she has been delighted to work with schools, colleges, nonprofit agencies,  and countless others who wish to open their minds to possibilities that dance can bring. Eventhough she dances for the sheer organic pleasure of it, she has competed and won in national ballroom competitions (such as the Baltimore Dancesport Showcase in 2012) and the International Dance Showcase in Senegal, West Africa.  In addition to her passion for dance, she has served as Adjunct Faculty for St Mary’s College of Maryland, College of Southern Maryland and is a board member of the St Mary’s Arts Council.  In 2015, she graduated from Leadership Southern Maryland and is so excited to be one of the community leaders instrumental in change in the Southern Maryland Tri-County Area.