Gaspard Louis is the director of ADF Project Dance, a year-round creative movement outreach program that offers free dance classes to youth in the community. Previously, he was a member of Pilobolus Dance Theater, where he collaborated on nine major works with the company. He formed his own Durham-based company, Gaspard&Dancers, in 2009.
In today’s 80 Faces, Mr. Louis and Vicky Patton, founder of the Central Park School for Children, discuss the impact of ADF Project Dance on the local Durham community and its role in developing future generations of dance lovers. You can get more information on this exciting program by visiting the ADF Project Dance page.