Kreative Movement Project

Join us at Stirling Books & Brew at 6pm Saturday, September 14th for the improvisational and collaborative event "Triplet"!

Triplet centers on dance from Kristy Clement of the Kreative Movement Project, with three dances. In the final presentation, a true improvisation, the artists will collaborate on an improvisational piece featuring the poetry of Octavia Crawford Turner, dance from Kristy Clement, and music from guitarist Dan Palmer and trumpeter Jim Stuart.

You won't want to miss this!



The mission of the Kreative Movement Project is to bring opportunities for dance education and performance to the community of Albion, Michigan by offering classes and creating performance opportunities for beginners as well as experienced movers. Dance can not only provide the physical benefits of coordination, strength, balance and flexibility but can also improve memory, expand one’s imagination, increase awareness of self and others, and so much more. For children and adults, dance classes can help with confidence, working with others, following directions, and learning to be respectful. Learning the foundations of ballet, modern and other dance techniques opens the doors to a new knowledge of one’s own body and abilities. Sharing creative movement with the community allows a unique type of communication between performers and the audition and can expose those involved to feelings and ideas that cannot be put into words.

Classes begin June 9, 2019!

Modern Dance Class at Stirling Studio!

Modern Dance Class instructed by dancer and choreographer, Kristy Clement

For Ages 13 to adult. All abilities welcome. Enjoy some time dedicated to your body, learn dance technique, and have fun! The class will be geared toward beginners, but all can enjoy. We will be exploring various modern/contemporary dance techniques and choreography. Drop-ins welcome!

Time: Sundays from 4:00 to 5:30 beginning June 9, 2019

Location: Stirling Studio 127 N Clinton Street. Entrance is next to the rear entrance of Stirling Books and Brew. Parking available (150 N Clinton Street)

Cost: $7 per class. Try the first class for free! Buy 5 classes and get the 6th free. (Cash only)

What to wear: Clothing that allows full range of motion. Bare feet preferred but sock, ballet, or jazz shoes are OK.

*Class may be cancelled or shortened at the instructor’s discretion if fewer than 3 students attend.

"The true purpose of arts education is not necessarily to create more professional dancers or artists. [It’s] to create more complete human beings who are critical thinkers, who have curious minds, who can lead productive lives."—Kelly Pollock