Urban Collectives long-term vision is to be one of the professional Urban Dance & Art Platforms to inspire dancers, connect dance community, promote a positive lifestyle, and embrace the ROOTS from which these art forms evolved.
As the name, Urban Collectives, we create different SPACES with direct focus of nurturing, develop and preserve the positive impact of Hip Hop & Urban Dance Cultures, Values and Spirits.
Targets audiences: Dancers, artists in general.
Dance Studio | Training & Educating
The high standard dance floor is built to give the best supports and facilities for dancers and students of all levels the opportunities to train and learn in a professional environment. We provide a positive environment for dancers to experience personal growth, teamwork, and leadership.
Our in-house professional dancers, known as Urban Collective Dance Crew, have a proper and safe space to train intensively and effectively.
Dance Studio is our core growth as we believe that in order to inspire and be able to teach others properly, we as a dance crew have to be best in our fields.
Dance Community | Bridging & Inspiring
This is All-For-Community Space where we operate DANCE events, workshops, competitions and productions for dancers to connect, grow and learn from each others. Together we bring the entire Hip Hop & Urban Dance Community stronger and better.
Creative Space | Entertaining & Innovating
Creative Space is primary focused giving dancers opportunities to show off their talents, present creative ideas through Art Forms and be able to reach mass audiences easily.
Art Galleries – Pop Up Dance Performances – Urban Talks
Café Concept | Perceiving & Preserving
Preserving Hip Hop & Urban Dance Culture, People and History are important as they are the ROOTS from which giving us a place of possibility, creativity, acceptance, respect and freedom for ALL PEOPLE.
Café Space is our best friendly idea to bring their History and information closer to mass audiences. We look to reverse the general negative stereotypes of Hip Hop culture to show how it brought people from all walks of life together – regardless of race, gang affiliation or socioeconomic background while introducing audiences to many talented, often overlooked artists – musicians, graffiti artists, graphic designers, photographers, DANCERS and more.