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Grassroots to Champions is proud to produce annually two choreography competitions, YAS and Q4C, to promote creativity in the sport and provide opportunity to emerging young choreographers of all ages.
Winners of Q4C in each category receive $300.
Quest for Creativity 2016 is now completed. Congratulations to Liadan Emmert and Emily Sanders, winner of the Q4C 2016 competition!
2017 Q4C applications are now available. Fill out the application by clicking on this link https://grassroots2champions.wufoo.com/forms/zhhmz4p0d9ky3r/ below and send the information to email@example.com ! Registrations due by February 1, 2017. If you have any further questions, please contact Audrey Weisiger via email.
There are two divisions according to birthday on May 1, 2017- Grassroots age 15 and under, Champions age 16 and up.
Deadline to enter February 1, 2017. Last day to post video February 21, 2017, winners announced February 23, 2017.
Your piece has a 2:30- time limit…and there are no other restrictions!
REMINDER THIS IS ONLINE ONLY and there will be no live finals for this contest.
The winning choreographer in each division receives $300.
IF YOU LOVE YAS and Q4C, MAKE A $$ “Donation” at the YAS PayPal Site:
Young Artists Showcase fosters and encourages emerging choreographers by giving them experience creating new work with an emphasis on artistry through a series of challenges and guidance from an expert panel of artists, fellow skaters, and professional choreographers.
Winners of YAS each year receive a monetary award and the opportunity for their work to be performed at a prestigious venue such as the Rockefeller Center, NYC.
Watch the previous YAS highlights online at the Young Artists Showcase website.
You can always view more information, previous winners and their work, and more on the YAS website.