CMDC's Summer Program is now open for registration!

SUMMER PROGRAM

8 WEEK PROGRAM - 2 WEEK SESSIONS 
JUNE 22 - AUGUST 14

2 WEEK SESSIONS

June 22 – July 3

July 6 – July 17

July 20 – July 31

August 3 – August 14

IN-STUDIO PRICING 

$600 FULL DAY 

$300 HALF DAY

VIRTUAL PRICING 

$400 FULL DAY 

$200 HALF DAY

Here are some of the changes you can expect to see when you return to CMDC:

New Class Ratios: To help ensure safe social distancing between students in class, we reduced class sizes. In-Studio classes will now have 9 students per 1 dance instructor.  These new ratios will also help your child learn with even more individualized feedback and corrections during class!

 

Program Length: The length of each class within a program session has been updated to allow safe access and movement within the school and when arriving and leaving CMDC. Summer Camp and Summer Intensives will be in session weekdays from 9 am - 3 pm. Before and After Care options are also available, with outdoor time when weather permits.

Studio Rooms Policy: Each program level will be assigned to one dance studio and will not transition between dance studios during the day.

Online Classes: The in-studio class will be streamed online via Zoom so all of the students in a level are progressing together, and a separate instructor will be watching the online students to give them real time correction and feedback.  These classes are an excellent way to participate from the comfort of your own home!

We hope that you take advantage of these opportunities to help your dancer continue to grow in their strength and technique and development of their craft. 

We look forward to seeing everyone again In-studio or Online!

​​The work of the Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center (CMDC) is supported in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, Art Works Fund, The Chicago Community Trust, The University of Chicago Community Programs Accelerator and countless individual donors.

CMDC is a member of the Black Legacy Project, made possible with support from The Joyce Foundation, The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, The University of Chicago Community Programs Accelerator  and the Doris Duke Charitable Fund.