Hear The Art

Heart The Art is a performance showcase put together by the Emerge Dance Team. This show is the first time each season that our routines will be unveiled to friends, family and the general public. This show is held at Mount St. Joseph University with full costume, makeup, props, lighting and more. In addition to all of our groups routines, the Seniors get to showcase their solos, duets and trios for their final season.

Heart The Art is about more than just the dancing. Each season the dancers choose a charity that the show is dedicated to and will benefit. The charity of choice is invited to speak about their cause and a portion of all ticket sales are donated to the charity of choice.

2018 Charity of Choice: Princess Ballet | City Gospel Mission
Mission: Princesses Ballet began in 2003 with 8 girls and has grown to serve over 380 girls. The program serves girls ages 2-18 at 15 sites across Greater Cincinnati. Our dancers are from low-income families and sometimes referred from homeless shelters.
2017 Charity of Choice: Aubrey Rose Foundation
Mission: Our mission is to help families caring for children with life threatening illnesses with our focus being on the family unit. We strive to lift families from life’s complexities during this difficult time by providing emotional and financial support.

Anderson Ferry
Food Pantry

2016 Charity of Choice: Anderson Ferry Food Pantry
Mission: The Anderson Ferry Food Pantry was started over 40 years ago. At first, the church saw the need of families during the Thanksgiving holiday. Believing Thanksgiving was a time when as Americans, we give thanks for our blessings, the church decided it needed to be that blessing for those in need.
Building Blocks For Kids

2015 Charity of Choice: Building Blocks for Kids
Mission: “Building Blocks For Kids envisions a community where the needs of children with physical, emotional and developmental challenges are being met. Our mission is to bridge the funding gap for products and services that help improve the quality of life for these children.”
Website: http://www.bb4k.org/