Wakelon Elementary School fourth graders (from left) Nayati Smith, Leylani Canales-Gomez, Magy Diamond and Joshua Wilkins join their classmates in learning a series of dance moves as part of N.C. Arts in Action’s first run at offering programs in Wake County on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. N.C. Arts in Action, based in Durham, is an affiliate of New York City-based National Dance Institute, which Jacques d’Amboise founded in 1976.
Wakelon Elementary School fourth graders (from left) Nayati Smith, Leylani Canales-Gomez, Magy Diamond and Joshua Wilkins join their classmates in learning a series of dance moves as part of N.C. Arts in Action’s first run at offering programs in Wake County on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. N.C. Arts in Action, based in Durham, is an affiliate of New York City-based National Dance Institute, which Jacques d’Amboise founded in 1976. amoody@newsobserver.com
Wakelon Elementary School fourth graders (from left) Nayati Smith, Leylani Canales-Gomez, Magy Diamond and Joshua Wilkins join their classmates in learning a series of dance moves as part of N.C. Arts in Action’s first run at offering programs in Wake County on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. N.C. Arts in Action, based in Durham, is an affiliate of New York City-based National Dance Institute, which Jacques d’Amboise founded in 1976. amoody@newsobserver.com