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CCES students dance to Timbuktu

By Tom Dekle, Communications Director

Louisville dance instructor Deborah Denenfield conducted a week-long residency at Cox’s Creek Elementary School recently. The visit was sponsored by a Kentucky Arts Council “Teaching Art Together” grant secured by CCES art and music teacher Kelly Kapusuzoglu.

Kentucky Arts Council dance instruction Deborah Denenfield leads the way to Timbuktu during a dance lesson at Cox’s Creek Elementary School. Fifth-graders in China Pearman’s class learned the Mouwa, a dance that originates from the West African country of Mali. Timbuktu, long fabled as “the remotest place on earth,” is the capital of Mali.

More Kentucky Arts Council dance instruction Fifth-grader Candace Curtsinger, right, and classmates learn the Mouwa during a recent Kentucky Arts Council “Teaching Art Together” artist residency at Cox’s Creek Elementary School.





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