As a passionate supporter of the international performing arts and instructor in the art of dance for nearly 15 years, Hannah founded the multicultural youth dance education program Danceversity in 2005 where she continues to mentor beginning through pre-professional dancers, encouraging them to adopt a more expansive, global perspective of dance as an invaluable conveyor of cultural values and a rich source of artistic and creative inspiration. Her grassroots organization is a project of Afsaneh Art and Culture Society and offers an innovative, integrated curriculum of dance, music, folk arts, costuming, and cultural studies with the aim of providing American youth with a positive experience of world cultures at a formative age.
Ms. Romanowsky currently resides north of San Francisco and is pursuing graduate work at San Francisco’s California Institute of Integral Studies in East-West Psychology; researching the intersecting diciplines of psychology, dance and cultural studies.
Hannah specializes in classical, contemporary, folkloric Turkish, Persian and Arabic dance. She is available for event performances and workshops. Contact Hannah if you are interested in booking her or to be placed on her mailing list.
Interview: Hannah in conversation with Carmen Milagro on BlogTalkRadio
photos by Scott Belding
Romanowsky is pronounce "Roman-ov-ski" and may also be spelled Romonovski, Romanovski, or Romonowski.