Rhythma Dance Studios is dedicated to creating a positive change in our local communities; our partners reflect this mission and work closely with us to ensure these dreams become fully realized; here is a list of people who care:
The Imperial Opa Circus is strongly tied to Rhythma Studios, and the two organizations work closely on many projects. The circus and studio collaborate on productions, events, outreach programs and city-wide promotion of the arts. Rhythma and the Opa share a professional and social commitment to building a brighter future for Atlanta through the arts.
Be Proactive Foundation is a non-profit outreach organization with close ties to Rhythma Studios. The Foundationâ€™s vision is to engage young people and build movements that show itâ€™s cool for youth to be smart, focused and involved in their communities and take responsibility for their life choices. Be Proactiveâ€™s partnership with Rhythma is an impacting and exciting branch of the foundationâ€™s vision.
Afrodisiac Salon & Spa has supported many of Rhythmaâ€™s outreach programs and independent ventures. Afrodisiac partnered with our outreach program to offer a free haircut day for outreach participants, and has regularly provided studio space support staff to Rhythma.
B.E.S.T Academy has helped our studio facilitate outreach programs by providing event space for our events. The Academy has also helped promote and network our programs within the city.
Converse Shoes awarded a substantial grant to the Be ProActive Foundation, a portion of which was allocated to the establishment of the Summer Arts in Action program. Converse also donated hundreds of pairs of their uniquely stylish shoes to the Arts in Action program for giveaway and fundraising events.
F22 Studios is a fellow partner with Rhtyhma and BeProactive Foundation in the Summer Arts in Action program. They provide studio space and photography services to the program.
The Fulton County Arts Council awarded grants to Rhythma Studios and Be ProActive Foundation in 2011. These grants were a major source of funding for the collaborative Summer Arts in Action program.
InfoQuest Consulting donated a computer bank and printer to Rhythma Studios to better-enable our studio work-study and outreach programs.
Nickyâ€™s Seafood is a neighborhood restaurant and friend of the studio. Nickyâ€™s has donated food and catering services for several outreach events through Rhythma Studios.
Showtime Entertainment partners with Rhythma Studios on some outreach and independent ventures, and has donated lighting equipment for shows, as well as free DJ services for select events.
Speed Pro Imaging donated high-quality signs for Rhythmaâ€™s Art in Action fundraiser in Midtown. When our studio set up performances to fund our Outreach camp, Speed Pro Imagingâ€™s beautifully-printed signs helped increase our visibility and success.
SweatShop Boxing is a fellow partner with Rhtyhma and BeProactive Foundation in the Summer Arts in Action program. They provide studio space and a boxing training program for Arts in Action participants.
Walmart has helped financially support our community outreach programs by responding to our request for outreach funding with a cash donation.