We will explore the dance and its history around the world.
The dancers’ union
In the 1970s, the dancers’ union was formed in Peru to promote the dance in a culturally acceptable way for mainstream audiences. It has been active since then, becoming the official pole dancing school in Peru in 2015 when its founder Juan Manuel Perez-Mensah became the first teacher. The union is supported by an array of professional dance companies in Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia and the U.S., as well as the local community, who are not only excited by its music, but the dancers are a source of inspiration as well.
We are seeking to support and promote the local indigenous dance community in Peru with the goal of creating a sustainable, grassroots platform for its growth over the course of years. Our approach to the movement is based on empowering the dancers to become ambassadors that convey the positive image of the dance in mainstream America. We encourage you to explore our website, listen to our podcasts, and learn about how you can get involved.
We are also creating a video to educate American tourists about the dance. If you are interested in joining us on this mission, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do you need a permit in the US?
Because American performers and producers make a lot of money off of American tourists. The dancers have access to this money as well in exchange for getting our music on dance schools, tours, and dance parties. We want Earthe pole dancing to be seen as more than just a dance, but as a full-time career. If you support our vision, then please consider a one-time donation to help us fund our journey in the U.S. If you want full access to all of our shows, click here.
What if you want to volunteer for one of our shows?
Our production team will gladly help find you a part-time role to assist in one of our shows. The process of hiring is different than that of most other festivals, however, because we are a non-profit, there are no fees involved or work hours. The most important thing to consider is whether you want a position in our team, or volunteering on our behalf as well.
We are always looking to expand our work opportunities in the local community. We value our employees’ time, and they’re welcome to explore other careers if you are passionate about creating art and giving back to the scene you
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