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DUF 2015 – Early Reg Deadline 2/7/15

DUF 2015 Updates and Thanks DUF Early Registration Deadline is February 7 at 11:59pm www.danzantes.org Buenas noches and thank you to everyone that has already registered for DUF 2015! Your early dollars allow us to turn our attention to freebies and give-aways for EVERYONE. Your early registration also helps us plan a better DUF for YOU. We have received 450+ workshop registrations and are well on our way to capacity for this year. [We pause here...

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DUF 2015 Announces Class Offerings

Danzantes Unidos Festival (DUF) 2015 “Reconquistando el pueblo con danza y cancion” will take place on March 27-29 in Fresno, CA. While we anxiously await the launch of our new website and the opening of registration, we are very proud and pleased to announce the DUF 2015 Class Offerings. Please use this list as a guide in selecting your classes and bear in mind that it may be subject to change. DUF 2015...

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for . . . DUF 2015!

Danzantes Unidos Festival (DUF) 2015, "Reconquistando el pueblo con danza y canción," is coming to Fresno on March 27-29, 2015.  We know that you are anxiously awaiting the opening of registration for this event. Please know that we are working nonstop to put the finishing touches on our new website to provide you with thorough information. Registration will be opening in a matter of days now.  We encourage you to sign-up for our...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Folklorico Dancers

  2015 is going to be a great year for folklorico dancers everywhere.  New dances will be learned/taught, performances will occur and countless folklorico memories will be made.   Just in case you haven’t chosen your New Year’s resolution(s) for 2015, we compiled some ideas to help get you started. Learn the history of a region you don’t know much about and share the information with your group. Meet a folklorista who participates in folklorico group...

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Danzantes Unidos de California Announce University of California, Irvine as Site Location for its University Folklorico Summit

Over 50 collegiate Mexican folk dancers are anticipated to attend the third annual college folklorico conference on February 13-15, 2015. Irvine, Calif. – December 22, 2014 – Danzantes Unidos de California, a 501(c)(3) Mexican folk dance network organization announce the University of California, Irvine (UCI) as the site location of its third annual collegiate Mexican folk dance conference, University Folklorico Summit (UFS) for 2015. Over 50 collegiate Mexican folk dancers are expected to...

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Danzantes Unidos de California Announces Fresno as Site Location for its Annual Mexican Folk Dance Festival

Over 1,000 Mexican folk dancers across the United States are anticipated to attend the Danzantes Unidos Festival on March 27-29, 2015. Fresno, CA – November 25, 2014 – Danzantes Unidos de California, a 501(c)(3) Mexican folk dance network organization, announces the city of Fresno as the site location of its annual Mexican folk dance festival, Danzantes Unidos Festival (DUF) for 2015. Over 1,000 Mexican folk dancers across the United States are expected to...

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Danzantes Unidos President and Treasurer to be Honored by Los Angeles Folklorico Community

Maria Luisa Colmenarez, president of Danzantes Unidos and Rudy Garcia, treasurer of Danzantes Unidos will be awarded the Reconocimiento Siempre Víva award by Coalicion de Folkloristas Unidos.  They will be honored by the Los Angeles based folklorico organization at its First Anniversary Show on Sunday, November 9.  Maria Luisa Colmenarez and Rudy Garcia are the first recipients of the Reconocimiento Siempre Víva due to their commitment and positive contributions to the folklorico...

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Danzantes Unidos president responds to Washington Times opinion

I wear my culture on a daily basis.  My research in folklorico dance and the limitless color, weave, fabric & patterns available are what first attracted me to begin seeking out and collecting prime examples of my cultural heritage.  To keep these beauties hidden away in bins would be sinful.  So, I wear my culture on daily basis. I’m generally met with compliments and questions about the origins, construction, history, etc and I’m...

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Danzantes Unidos Needs Folklorico Community’s Input

Hola Folklórista! We want to provide you with the best resources and programs available that will enhance your development as a cultural artist.  Thanks to a grant awarded by the Alliance For California Traditional Arts, our organization has the opportunity to create resources for you and rest of the folklorico community on our website.  However, we are in need of your input to help bring these resources to life.  When time permits, please...

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