This Masterclass series is part of our LGBTQ+ Safe Space Project What The Punk Fest and sponsored by Open House Conspiracy in partnership with Dunedin International Film Festival. Class is open to all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, age, or handicap. All freaks, geeks, fairies, and floor rockers are encouraged to come and experience firsthand the profound sense of liberation and community that gay urban dance offers. Expect to get a taste of the culture, intro to new techniques, history, laughs, inspiration and more. Join the legacy!
$20 Pre Sign Up
$30 At Door
Jan14th- Vogue & Punking Masterclass (St Pete, Fl):
Jan 15th- Movie Night | Q&A | Demo (Dunedin, Fl):
Jan 17th- Vogue & Punking Masterclass (Lake Worth, Fl):
HOW TO SIGN UP: Sign up via Facebook links above or on our websites.
As part of this epic weekend, Grandfather Archie Ninja will be a featured guest at the Dunedin International Film Festival. On January 15th at 10:30 PM there will be a screening of his 90s house dance documentary Check Your Body at the Door Film Screening with Archie Burnett, Q&A, and live dance demonstration in an open air venue with social distancing, mask wearing, and other COVID-19 safety measures strictly enforced. (See below)
Burnett will be on hand after to talk about the film, dance culture, and answer any questions!
PRIVATE LESSONS: Archie Burnett is available for private training/classes in Hillborough, Pinellas, Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami Dade counties. email:
COVID-19 safety measures include:
• Temperature screening
• Limited capacity
• Masks required when not seated
• Social distancing enforced
• Sanitizer and masks available
• Certified COVID-19 Compliance Officer on staff
Our Community Partners:
Open House Conspiracy
Dunedin International Film Festival
Check Your Body at the Door
The Movement Sanctuary
Iconic House of Ninja
Ovations Global Network
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Our parent company, Ovations Global Network INC a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization has launched an LGBTQIA Safe Space Project What The Punk Fest. We are under the shared belief that community and performative expression can save lives. What The Punk Fest curates weekly, monthly, and youth led initiatives, as well as a culminating annual festival.