Ages 9-13

for OUTSIDE/IN: June 27 - August 7 here

Outside/In occurs in two-week sessions.
Registration will be open from the second Wednesday of each session,
through the Tuesday of each new session.
Please call 505-340-0203 with questions!

Connect with other dancers around New Mexico as our outreach instructors and musicians take you on a journey through America’s National Parks: Exploding geysers in Yellowstone! Fierce wildlife in The Everglades! Space exploration in New Mexico!!!  Themes change every two weeks, and students will learn dances, create original art and poetry, and get super strong and healthy dancing at home! 

Outside/In meets online Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. OR 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. AND Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. and includes offline activities to complete on your own on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

  • Tuition is on a Pay What You Can system. Learn more here.
  • Remember: registration is valid for all themes through June 26. After June 26, re-registration will be necessary.
  • After you have registered, use the password provided in your confirmation email to join any class in this program.
  • The NDI New Mexico Student Handbook is available here.

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OUTSIDE/IN Themes June 27 - August 7

Land of Enchantment (June 29 - July 10) Discover rocket launching with Spaceport America, scale the Tent Rocks, become a park ranger at White Sands, and go cave exploring in Carlsbad - all here at home in New Mexico!

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (July 13-24) Join us in the Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park where we will explore the sacred landscape of the volcanoes, hula dance, and the stories, myths, and legends that inspire their culture and way of life!

Yellowstone National Park (July 27 - August 7) Visit Yellowstone National Park where you can see and explore geysers, grizzly bears, and wolves in a vast and rich wilderness through its canyons and beautiful streams. It’s river deep and mountain high!