ArtVenture: “Listen, Let Go, Connect, Build, Move” Dance Workshop with Cheryl Delostrinos

What does it mean to move together, while also making space for our individual stories to move us in unique ways? Join dance artist Cheryl Delostrinos in this all-levels, intergenerational online movement workshop that will guide participants to listen to their bodies, let go of judgment and expectation, connect with each other, build space for community, and move together. We’ll consider what it means to thrive collectively as we connect our bodies to our stories.

Recommended for ages 8 and up (adult collaborators suggested for younger participants)


Cheryl Delostrinos is a Filipino American dance artist born and raised in Seattle. She  is one of the co-founders of Au Collective, a 5-year-old movement-based non-profit that centers queer, trans, black, people of color, femme, womxn artists at the forefront of their work with an emphasis on access to the arts. She is honored to be a teaching artist and mentor for brilliant young people at SAAS, Coyote Central, and throughout central and south king county. Cheryl is passionate about supporting and fostering a platform for young people to access the tools they need in order to empower themselves to become the future leaders of this world. If she isn’t painting vivid stories with her body and her community, she is supporting BIPOC artists by creating a sustainable infrastructure for funding by redistributing wealth. 


The Henry gratefully acknowledges the Sidney Pinch Fund at the Seattle Foundation for its support of this season of ArtVentures programming.

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