practitions, aspirations & themes

March 19, 2010

What type of practitioner are you?
Creative & performing arts (includes visual art, dance, music)
Dance enables me to interpret music through sequences of movement.
Drawing and painting gives me the chance to put what I see or feel on paper, creating a visual representation.

What type do you aspire to be?
I aspire to work with different kinds of people, sharing my knowledge in this field of art. I’d love to become a teacher and work mainly with children or young adults in schools, teaching art or dance. Currently, I teach dance already at a small dance school in the Western suburbs. It’s a joy to do what I love and earn some money from it as well. Through my years of teaching I have learnt that there is much to gain from young people. Most of my students are aged around 13-18. Knowing that I’ve inspired many people who share the same passion that I do gives me a sense of fulfillment, and more personally a sense of pride in myself – which helps a great deal with my self-esteem.

What themes are you into?
Family, friends and school are important to me. I aim to have a good balance between my schooling life and my social life. You’ll probably notice that the main theme that will keep popping up throughout this blog is DANCE. I live and breathe dance and it’s in nearly everything I do.


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