Join movement artist Quentin Robinson in a journey of storytelling and self expression. In this 75-minute workshop, participants will be empowered to step outside of their comfort zone and become confident in their own voices, ideas, and bodies. All levels of experience are welcome and this class is best suited for those 10 and older.
Registration must be received by noon on Fri, Apr 29, 2022.
Workshop participants will receive a discount code for tickets to the Third Coast Percussion with Movement Art Is performance on Apr 30 at 7:30 pm.
About the Teacher
Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Quentin Robinson is a Marine Corps veteran who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and various other locations on combat tours. Quentin has been dancing for 20 years, teaching and performing both domestically and internationally. Above all, Quentin strives to be a wonderful dad in the midst of his work.
Quentin is the Founder and CEO of Movement 4 Movements, a nonprofit organization centered on using movement to help individuals navigate their way through mental and physical trauma and dissociation.
Quentin's dancing and expertise have been featured on many platforms, including Athena Pack women's leadership conference 2019, Business Innovation Factory conference 2018-2019, TEDx Bozeman, I Am Interchange, HATCH, VIDCON 2015-17, Last Best Conference 2016-17, and BET. He was also featured on the Netflix series Move, and he directed, produced and wrote the short films Breaking Barriers, Tis Of Thee and Black Magic, in which he starred.
In addition, Quentin has appeared in music videos and stage performances with Rising Appalachia, bass legend Victor Wooten, Butterscotch, Blind Pilot, Portland Cello Project, and MAI (Movement Art Is — Jon Boogz and Lil Buck) in their culture shifting production Love Heals All Wounds.
Quentin has held numerous workshops for youth in Missoula schools, at Roots Acro Sports, and with Camp Make A Dream. Quentin hopes to ignite the spark of dance and movement in every person he has the opportunity to work with.