Portable Dancefloor Project | Syncopation Foundation

Portable Dancefloor Project | Syncopation Foundation

From Amanda Miller

We're building a 1,600 sqft portable dancefloor we need your help! Help bring the joy of dances, classes, and workshops to spaces that would be otherwise undanceable.

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4 days ago

Thanks to you, we've been busy at work this weekend, sanding and adding layers or varnish. We can hardly wait for the finish to dry before testing out the floor in its fully varnished glory!

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Your donation literally supports someone's very first dance steps. Help bring the joy of dances, classes, and workshops to spaces that would be otherwise undanceable. 

After years of tracking down costly rental floors and being limited in the spaces we can dance and teach, the Syncopation Foundation is working with our community and a team of amazing volunteers to build our very own portable dance floor. 

A New World of Possibilities

  • Dances in new places with new faces
  • Learn to Dance in a Day workshops
  • Public Performances
  • Much, much more...

The floor will be making it's inaugural journey to Kalispell, Montana for Big Sky Weekend 2018 and we look forward to celebrating with our donors at our local Break-in the Floor Celebration Dance!

Check out the pictures above to see our first prototype-tiles being made!

If you'd like to mail us your contribution please send it to the following address:

Syncopation Foundation                                            

PO Box 30524

Seattle, WA 98103

Special thanks to our builders Keith Jacobson and Torin Jacobson as well as Jim Shepard for securing the draft floor design. 

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Thanks to you, we've been busy at work this weekend, sanding and adding layers or varnish. We can hardly wait for the finish to dry before testing out the floor in its fully varnished glory!

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