Publications

Belly Dance Bundle 2019

September 18, 2019

Hello Gang! I’m freaking THRILLED to announce that my book, “Zills, Music On Your Fingertips” has been included in a prize package to promote the launch of The Bellydance Bundle 2019.  The line-up of dancers included in this year’s Bundle are really a “Who’s Who” of the intelligentsia of the belly dance world.  My book […]

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10 things I’ve learned about Belly Dance Costuming – On the Belly Dance Geek Podcast

August 21, 2019

Dawn Devine ~ Davina joins the Belly Dance Geek Podcast Live on Thursday, August 29, 2019 at 2 pm Pacific Time I’m pleased to announce that next week Thursday I’ll be appearing on the Belly Dance Geek Podcast!  Come join us for a conversation about 10 things I would tell my younger self about belly […]

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Dancers in Orientalist Art – A Digital Workshop, Friday July 26

July 6, 2019

Hello Gang! I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be presenting a digital workshop on Friday, July 26th hosted by Mahin of Phoenix. Dancers in Orientalist Art Friday, July 26, 2019 ​5:00 PM PDT /  8:00 PM EDT Tickets: $15 till July 15 $20 till July25 Registration includes attending Live Online + 45 Days Streaming Access “Dancers […]

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QR Code Class at Belly Dance Business Academy

January 2, 2019

Happy New Year!  New Class Announcement It’s January 2019 and it’s my biggest planning month.  Instead of creating a bunch of new goals, I’m rolling through with my unfinished 2018 projects.  One of my goals was to design and make a new belly dance business card with a QR code that will quickly bring people […]

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The Design Brief – An Article in Mosaic Magazine

December 25, 2018

This fall I was very pleased to publish another article in the “Think Like a Designer” series. This piece was published in the holiday 2018 edition of Mosaic Magazine.  The cover includes a stunning photo of Fat Chance Belly Dance founder Carolina Nerricio.  I simply adore the vintage assiut shawl elegantly draped over her head. […]

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