Afrocentricity in Focus: Dance Workshops with HOME

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Afrocentricity in Focus: Dance Workshops with HOME

Afrocentricity in Focus: Dance Workshops at HOME Manchester, Manchester 6 — 21 June 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

These online dance sessions offer participants an introduction to the choreographic styles of two Manchester choreographers, Christian Asare and Aria Scere-Jacobs. These ‘pay-what-you-can’ sessions offer the chance to learn new choreography in various genres of Dance including Vogue (Old and New Way), contemporary dance and urban fusion.

Workshops will be delivered via zoom and participants will need to wear suitable clothing and have some space to move around in to take part from their own home. Each workshop will last approximately 60mins.

These workshops also form part of Christian’s Homemakers project ‘Afrocentricity in Focus: Dancing with HeART’.

The project is presented by Black Gold Arts as part of Homemakers, an online festival by HOME Manchester.

Afrocentricity in Focus: Dance Workshops at HOME Manchester, Manchester 6 — 21 June 2020 Entrance is free Visit now


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