The study has paid attention to paradigm shift in arts and cultural education that was suggested as a way to overcome issues associated with particular values in modernism and at the same time, the study attempted to identify changes in arts and cultural education in an effort to expand the scope to include community of practice by exploring what community and communality actually stands for. It also explored that community dance, as a measure to act on arts and cultural education based on participation and practice, is closely tied to destinations of community and dance as they share a lot in common including interaction with each other and pursuit of non-competitive teaching. Community dance, as a strategic tool to practice arts and cultural education needs to stay open to all member of society and needs to contribute more to accommodating the social approaches to reach out for those socially and politically isolated. With the understanding, the study has outlined strategies as follows to perform educational practices while keeping the framework of arts as it is with an aim to restore public function of arts and contribute to community living. ·It should go further to expand the scope of communities that dance education has been targeting in traditional arts and cultural education to encounter and go into diversified communities in various nature. ·It should establish robust network before implementing community dance program and this requires deep understanding on partnerships. ·A partnership is a way to build and practice networking and it takes resources to build a partnership. So it is essential to conduct a pre-research on resources required to practice community dance. ·Building systematic network among participants of community dance with various backgrounds needs to be led and facilitated by Dance Animateur. ·Dance Animateur, the practitioner of community dance should take lead in creating, organizing and connecting. ·Program design starts from paying attention to common interest, value and issues of community but it should take time to consider and decide whether to accept the demand of community unconditionally. ·Program should persue shared objectives that are planned and organized based on debates from the community and should introduce dance in various formats and nature as it should be coordinated with needs and nature of participants. ·Dance in the form of arts to be the contents of community dance should sustain sense, symbolization and communication and participants can experience and practice genuine arts only when these principles are secured.