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TangoChelsea.com

Tango Argentino

City College of SF (CCSF) Classes with Chelsea Eng

REGISTER NOW

CCSF has in recent terms cut classes weeks PRIOR TO THE START of each semester IF the class roster holds fewer than approximately 10 credit-registered students. In the interest of preserving CCSF classes and programs (which equates to accessibility of education for students) - please register early, then enroll in courses well BEFORE the '2 weeks prior to the start' mark.

www.ccsf.edu and www.ccsfpedapply.com

1) STEP ONE: New to CCSF?

You must first apply to the college so you are registered 'in the computer system'. There is a 1-2 day turnaround for registration, so act now! (This is true even if you already have a college degree and 'don't care' about taking a course for a grade.)

2) STEP TWO: ENROLL in specific courses as soon as enrollment opens online for the new semester.

Spring Semester - begins January 19, 2021

runs (for tango) through May 26, 2021

Chelsea will teach via CCSF Remote Instruction (online) in Canvas

Check www.ccsf.edu for updates. 

Email Chelsea with CCSF-related questions: [email protected]

Chelsea will teach asynchronously, meaning that students will not be required to 'report' online at these days/times, so the days/times matter little (unless CCSF returns to face-to-face instruction later in the Spring Semester, which is looking very unlikely), allowing for maximum student schedule flexibility.

MONDAY

6:10-8:00pm - DANC 160A Beginning Argentine Tango - CRN 30723 

8:10-10:00pm - DANC 160B Intermediate Argentine Tango - CRN 30724, linked with DANC 160C Advanced Argentine Tango - CRN 33971, linked with DANC 111A - Tango Production CRN 33897

WEDNESDAY

6:10-8:00pm - DANC 161 Follower's Technique for Argentine Tango - CRN 30729

Follower's Technique is a multi-level class. All genders welcome.


Semester-length credit courses (Spring & Fall) through PE & Dance. Courses may be taken on a Credit basis for a Letter Grade OR Pass/No Pass.

No Auditing, per college regulations.

For classes that list as full per pre-registration, adds will still be taken (space permitting & at the instructor's discretion) through the Add deadline. 

SAVE THE DATES:

Fall Milonga with a Fall Harvest Theme = a Saturday in September


Spring Milonga with a Valentine's Theme = a Saturday in February

Spring 2021 = ON HOLD UNTIL POST-PANDEMIC

CCSF Milonga details always posted on TangoMango.org

Ocean campus/Wellness Center/3rd Floor Performance Studio

Please use Ocean Avenue entrance to the building

Studio doors will open at 6:55pm

Faculty Host: Chelsea Eng

Tango DJ: Bobbi Noyer, Latin Set: Ronnie Louie

7pm Intro Lesson for absolute beginners, 8-10:30pm Tango Party

Sliding scale $5-20 (cash only) at the door to benefit CCSF Dance Dept

On-street parking. Or on-campus via $5 permits at yellow machines.

On Teaching Tango at CCSF

Chelsea Eng founded/created the CCSF Argentine Tango Program in 2000. For the past 20+ years she has loved teaching Argentine Tango in the Dance Department to thousands of CCSF students. “Diversity, equity and inclusion” have, from the outset, been integral to her pedagogical approach to sharing the art and culture of this wondrous partner dance. Her annual group choreographic work for the CCSF Dance Concert features gender-neutral partnering (anyone of any gender may lead anyone of any gender), as well as costuming and themes that buck heteronormative constraints and tango cliches. 


Mission Statement

Founded/created (in 2000) & headed by Chelsea Eng,

The Argentine Tango Program at City College of San Francisco

invites students to experience the joy and depth of Argentine Tango as a living art form. To that end, the Program offers progressive course levels, prácticas, milongas and performance opportunities. It aims to deliver high quality instruction in a safe, supportive environment.

In 2007 the Dance Department at City College of San Francisco was awarded the prestigious Isadora Duncan (Izzy) Award for Sustained Achievement in recognition of its strong contribution to Dance in the Bay Area for 70 years.

Photo: Jerry Jew

Logo Design: Darryl Fown