ACCEPT the audio described blindCAN Dance Challange: 

blindCAN DANCE Challenge

You can help us raise awareness of Audio Description in Films and Media by accepting the blindCAN DANCE Challenge and Audio Describe yourself dancing for 10-30 seconds (or Audio Describe your friend's dancing).

This is meant to be fun and easy. You can describe yourself dancing in real time, or make it a group activity and describe your friends dance. 

We name new winners every month for gift cards and VIP tickets to the blindCAN Film Festival.

- This contest is open to anyone, and especially for sighted people to learn about our community, share the blindCAN Dance Challenge with your friends and family. 

Tiffany Broos

Learn how to do the scuba dance and the shopping cart move with Tiffany and Emma!

Ben Fox - blindCAN Founder

I love some people who are completely blind and have never seen dancing. I am on a mission to find the best audio describers in the world, and also to describe dancing to my lovd ones in a way that will bring joy, WORLDWIDE. Thank you for reading this and for accepting the blindDANCE Challenge.

Jordan Solofa

"Cotton Eye Joe" dance tutorial

Kim Owens

I love this!

Rachel and Gigi Woods

Happy Halloween and happy dancing!

Haley Miller

This is a tutorial to the Teach Me How to Dougie Dance. We hope you enjoy!

Morten Bonde

Morten Bonde

I accepted the blindDANCE Challenge, will You support Audio Description in film and media?

Zoe Vaughan 

I'm a savage dance tik tok

Ally Batra

2 UCSB delta gamma girls doing the YMCA for the dance challenge!

Ethan Cook

My story of Sightloss, sudden onset at 14. HowI have dealt with the challenges and the change in mindset I have developed along the way.

Camille Raynaud

Hello! My name is Camille Raynaud and I'm a sighted supporter through Delta Gamma Soroity at UCSB! I will be explaining a dance my friend made up!

Doreen Holmes

from RI, the smallest state in the USA.

I have Macular Degenation, but it will never slow me down.

I am a yoga instructor and teach yoga to the blind and visually impaired.

I have no (dis)ability...only abilities to help others that struggle like me and bring laughter to all.

I am dancing to We're Coming To America by: Neil Diamond.

I am wearing a Neil Diamond mask and my dance is narriated by my granddaughter Olivia Conca.

Hope this bring much laughter to you all.

Love from RI

Doreen

Blythe and Jess .

Starting on opposite ends of the room the two dancers walk backwards towards one another and casually bump into one another. Following this, the dancers turn around surprised to see one another. With the lyrics “and I know this much is true” the dancers bump their opposite forearms with one another. It is one bump with the right forearm, one bump with the left forearm and then two bumps with the right forearm again. With the lyrics “baby you” the two dancers rolls their arms and lean in opposite directions, once to the right right and once to the left. With the lyrics “I’m so strung out on you” the dancers face forward, point to sky and move their arms downwards to point to the front of the room. For the remainder of the music, dancers are encouraged to free dance and have fun!

Barb C. 

I accepted the blindDANCE CHALLENGE to support Audio Description in film.

Molly Pattullo

Hi, my name is Molly! I am dancing with you from Santa Barbara! Please enjoy this quick and simple tutorial on how to do "The Robot"!

Kathryn Henshaws

I accepted the blindDANCE Challenge!

Dave Steele

Dave Steele The Blind Poet audio describes short dance to the song Stand by me RP

sophie hecht

Yoni Frager

Here is my blindCAN supporter DANCE rock on@!

Jonathan Fox

This is what it looks like. 

Hunter Kelly

Here is my Macarena dance! I am in UCSB DG and a sighted supporter. I hope you enjoy!

Diane D.

An OG Diane has been around to see how things are, with her eyes closed@Check out this DANCE: blindCAN. 

Ava-Lauren Weber

Dance to Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You"

Ella Riley

Here's how to do the handjive@