Dancing and Movement

Do you have experience in the beautiful art of dancing?

Dancing, also known as classic dancing, it’s an artistic corporal expression, accompanied by the rhythm of music. This form of art is used for social, religious or entertainment purposes and seeks to express emotions through the movement of the body at a rate determined by a sound.

In ArtCommunity we want those people who seek to make themselves known as dancers, have a space inside our community, a space where they can express themselves and monetize their movements.

How to show your dancing?


Create your own community to share your dancings.

How to sell your dancings?

Commercialize your dancings through our selling system.

Buy choreographies and routines.


Join to our galleries and discover an immense variety of dancings and artistic movements.

Types of dancing

Do you know all types of dancing and movement? Here we present some of the most famous routines and presentations


The ballet, also known as classical dance, is a slope where the body movements must be made with total synchrony of the whole body, concentration and attitude. This type of dance is highlighted by a series of established steps, where it is sought to express with each part of the body (hands, feet, trunk, head, etc.) harmonious, elegant and classic movements..


It is a characteristic rhythm of the Caribbean (Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Colombia, Panama) that has been a means of artistic expression that has been widely accepted and has become part of each musical culture of those countries. It is a fusion of African rhythms, Caribbean rhythms and touches of jazz, has spread throughout Latin America as a couple dance with fast and sensual movements.

Famous Dancers

Are you interested in dance? Watch the trajectory of these Latin American ballet dancers and take note of each step they took to achieve fame:

Carlos Acosta

Renowned dancer Carlos Acosta began in the world of ballet at the National Ballet School of Cuba, until in 1991, when he graduated with honors and a gold medal for his qualifications.

Carlos has been part of different dance companies, such as the English National Ballet, Cuba National Ballet, Houston Ballet and American Ballet Theater, The Royal Ballet. Due to his dedication to the dance he received a Medal of Commander by Queen Elizabeth II.

Tamara Rojo


This ballet dancer born in Spain, has built a solid career in this art. Currently director of the English National Ballet in Lóndres, where previously she had been the main dancer until the year 2000. She then went on to “The Royal Ballet” until 2012. In her career in dance she has managed to achieve great prizes such as:

  • Gold Medal at the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris (1994)
  • Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts (2005)
  • Commander of the Order of the British Empire (2016)

Alicia Alonso


Alicia Alonso, known for being the Prima Ballerina Assoluta, is one of the most recognized dancers in the history of dance and ballet in Latin America. His story begins on Broadway, where he participated in works such as:

  • Great Lady
  • Star in your eyes.

Then he moved to the New York City Ballet in 1940, where he began his career destined for triumph. In 1948 the dancer created the National Ballet of Cuba. From this it was awarded by the National Council of Performing Arts in Cuba with the “National Dance Award”.

History of dance

Where does the dance comes from? Discover the history of this artistic expression:

Dance origin

The beginning of the dance is lost in time. From the beginning of humanity, it was part of religious, social and communication rituals. The dance, in each culture, became an act of expression, so it is difficult to identify its exact origin in time beyond some testimonies reflected through paintings and writings.

Dance Evolution

The evolution of dance is the result of the search of the human being to express their feelings in some way. From the beginning of time until today, there have been changes in the way in which the body moves with music with different Latin influences, rumba or tango; then with Rock and Roll, Twist, Breakdance or Street Dance.

Dance as an scenic art

Dance began to be seen as a form of artistic expression in Ancient Greece, where it was performed in front of an audience as a means of entertainment during celebrations. There, the union of dance was created as a scenographic art and as an expression of folklore with its different elements:

  • Music
  • Choreography
  • Scenography

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