Social mission through dance
- Inspire young people to be active
- Enhance their academic motivation
- Develop their critical thinking, creativity, and sense of cooperation
- Structure their identity
Get young people moving through dance – an accessible sport and art form!
It can be hard to talk about sexual education, bullying, racism, and assertiveness with the young people in your life. They can be sensitive topics, and you don’t always have the right words, means, time, resources, or tools to broach the subject.
Prima Danse is a turnkey solution with educational dance workshops that have been reviewed by social workers and adapted to the reality and needs of youth.
Founded as a non-profit 10 years ago, Prima Danse uses the art of dance as social outreach and as a way to foster healthy lifestyles among client groups that are considered vulnerable. Using dance to get young people, and even seniors, moving means creating an environment that is conducive to discussing social issues, fostering dialogue and sharing, developing self-esteem, and highlighting the strength in our diversity.
To finance its social mission and reduce costs for clients, Prima Danse organizes top-level dance competitions and other events that are highly sought-after by Quebec dancers.
Dance events that unite dance enthusiasts
To fulfill its social mission, Prima Danse organizes annual gatherings and invites dance schools from across Quebec to come together for Prima Danse’s social cause.
By taking part and attending one of our events, you are directly supporting the youth of today, the next generation of artists, and the well-being of seniors.
If you want to take part or attend an event that is both professional and welcoming, that is truly open to all dance levels, and that provides extraordinary artistic experiences to dance troupes and schools, Prima Danse is there for you!
For schools and organizations who want to reach out to their communities and make an impact
Prima Danse travels to elementary and secondary schools, community centres, after-school services, and day camps to engage with participants and raise awareness through educational dance workshops that focus on the themes of social hypersexualization, sexual education, sexual stereotypes related to homophobia, assertiveness, racism and bullying.
- + 20 000
- + 1000
workshops across Quebec and Canada
of participants have more self-confidence after experiencing Prima Danse