An Education in Dance

Watch a video about Movement Exchange, a program founded by Anna Else Pasternak ’07 to teach dance to orphans in Panama, and see highlights from last year's performance.

Reflecting on dance's contributions to her own life—cultural appreciation, artistic expression, improved self-esteem and body image—Anna Else Pasternak ’07 decided to start a program to teach dance at an orphanage outside Panama City. Read about Pasternak and her program in "Street-level Ballet," from the May-June 2011 issue.

To learn more about Pasternak's program, Movement Exchange, watch this six-minute introduction, including interviews with Movement Exchange participants:


See highlights from the performance at Panama's National Theater on July 4, 2010:

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