Chadash Summer Intensive Flyer

Click the Flier above or HERE for information on this upcoming event.


The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild–renew, repair and restore.

Chadash Logo WhtChadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company in the Denver area passionate about our mission… To cultivate renewal, reparation, and restoration in a broken world, through intentional and well-crafted art in the media of movement and dance. To honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation about what the world can be. Through transcendent choreography that cuts to the heart, stirs the soul and is thought-provoking, to essentially “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down and point to the moon. One half in suffering and one half in hope.”*

*Lauralee Farrer, “The Impossible Life”

Chadash Summer Intensive Flyer

Click the Flier above or HERE for information on this upcoming event.


The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild–renew, repair and restore.

Chadash Logo WhtChadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company in the Denver area passionate about our mission… To cultivate renewal, reparation, and restoration in a broken world, through intentional and well-crafted art in the media of movement and dance. To honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation about what the world can be. Through transcendent choreography that cuts to the heart, stirs the soul and is thought-provoking, to essentially “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down and point to the moon. One half in suffering and one half in hope.”*

*Lauralee Farrer, “The Impossible Life”

Chadash Summer Intensive Flyer

Click the Flier above or HERE for information on this upcoming event.


The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild–renew, repair and restore.

Chadash Logo WhtChadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company in the Denver area passionate about our mission… To cultivate renewal, reparation, and restoration in a broken world, through intentional and well-crafted art in the media of movement and dance. To honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation about what the world can be. Through transcendent choreography that cuts to the heart, stirs the soul and is thought-provoking, to essentially “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down and point to the moon. One half in suffering and one half in hope.”*

*Lauralee Farrer, “The Impossible Life”

Chadash Summer Intensive Flyer

Click the Flier above or HERE for information on this upcoming event.


The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild–renew, repair and restore.

Chadash Logo WhtChadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company in the Denver area passionate about our mission… To cultivate renewal, reparation, and restoration in a broken world, through intentional and well-crafted art in the media of movement and dance. To honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation about what the world can be. Through transcendent choreography that cuts to the heart, stirs the soul and is thought-provoking, to essentially “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down and point to the moon. One half in suffering and one half in hope.”*

*Lauralee Farrer, “The Impossible Life”

Chadash Summer Intensive Flyer

Click the Flier above or HERE for information on this upcoming event.


The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild–renew, repair and restore.

Chadash Logo WhtChadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company in the Denver area passionate about our mission… To cultivate renewal, reparation, and restoration in a broken world, through intentional and well-crafted art in the media of movement and dance. To honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation about what the world can be. Through transcendent choreography that cuts to the heart, stirs the soul and is thought-provoking, to essentially “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down and point to the moon. One half in suffering and one half in hope.”*

*Lauralee Farrer, “The Impossible Life”