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I don't know if anyone still reads this community

I was hoping for a little advice from those with more experience in the field then myself. I'm probably at an intermediate level as far as dancing skill goes and I have been contemplating taking my dance to the next step: from serious hobby to potential career.

I understand the "work hard" and "practice every day" aspect of this change, but I more have an issue with networking. I'll probably have to move to a larger city where there are more dancers and I can get better instruction (I've been stuck at intermediate because there are no "experts" where I live. As it is I drive an hour just to get to a beginners veil-work class). However, once my skill is at the right level I'd like to know who to talk to/what to do to get a bellydance career off the ground. Any suggestions?
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News for Atlanta Area/Georgia Dancers!

I've always been frustrated with the fact that there's no real central location for the Atlanta/Georgia belly dance community to find out about events, classes, shows, etc. So, I decided to create one!

Please check out the Atlanta Belly Blog. It's a work in progress, but I'm hoping this will serve a real need in our community. I'll be featuring previews, reviews and interviews with dancers, event sponsors, restaurant owners, musicians and more. To make it happen, I need your help. Send me info about your events! Do you have an upcoming show, hafla, workshop, DVD release or anything else that would be of interest to the community? I'd love to hear from you! Drop me an e-mail at genevieveraqs at comcast dot net. Feedback is also welcome.

Thanks, everyone!

Tribal Me

Atlanta, GA - July 25th

Jendayi and Friends @ Kat's Cafe

Saturday July 25th 2009 7:00 PM
970 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta, GA, 30306
(404) 347-2263 -Kat's Cafe Phone #

This cafe is tucked away underneath the Helmet Salon located in the old Jakes Ice Cream in Midtown. Kat's Cafe is a cozy atmosphere where the staff remembers frequent visitors names.

Join Jendayi and Friends for a new concept in bellydance shows. Jendayi will feature performers throughout the Atlanta Bellydance Community. Our 2nd show will feature over 10 professional level dancers from all over Atlanta. Please come out and support the bellydance community. Also, if you are a bellydancer and would like to perform at a future event with Jendayi and Friends.. please let me know.

Only $5.00 Cover Charge! Kat's has a full bar and delicious food. Please come out and support your fellow dancers. Doors open @ 6:30; show starts @ 7:00 PM

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Kristina on a Korner

Tamalyn Dallals Backroads America Tour - Jackson, MS

Tamalyn is coming in Wednesday, July 22 and will be in Jackson through Sunday, July 26. We have booksignings, Film Viewings of her documentary of her travels and Dance Workshops planned!
We keep full details posted on Myspace.com/missihippy - under our events!

feel free to email me for more details at missihippy  AT   gmail.com
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April 11, Washington DC - 2 Workshops with Tempest

MeaHuna Productions is bringing Tempest, the “Gothmutha”, to Washington, DC, on April 11th!
She’ll be teaching two workshops on finding your inner voice and developing a strong stage presence.

Workshops will be followed by a ritual dance dedication by Tempest celebrating friend, dancer, and artist Kaihea at the Palace of Wonders. Reserve your workshop space now.

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