Presented by: Harvard Graduate School of Education Admission: FREE; Please come prepared in clothes you can move in and clean sneakers.
Foundational hip hop dance styles including: top rockin’, breakin’, and poppin’ will be covered in this open level workshop. Develop a better appreciation and understanding of hip-hop history through the the physical representation of the culture.
Amirah Sackett is an internationally recognized Muslim American hip-hop choreographer, teacher, and performer. She created the group...
Amirah Sackett is an internationally recognized Muslim American hip-hop choreographer, teacher, and performer. In 2011 she curated her own show called “The JOINT Project” in an effort to push hip-hop artists to create work outside of their comfort zone. She created the group “We’re Muslim, Don’t Panic” (skip to minute 1:11 for performace) with dancers Iman and Khadijah, to promote understanding and respect of the female Muslim style of dress called hijab, to non-Muslim audiences. Since then they have been featured in rapper, Brother Ali’s, music video “Mourning in America” as well as performing all over the country. Amirah, Iman, and Khadijah were honored to receive the prestigious Sage Cowles Award “Best Ensemble Performance” for the performance of her choreography “Mourning in America” in 2013.... Read more about We're Muslim Don't Panic - Female Hip Hop Muslim Dance Troupe
Chilean artist and choreographer Carmen Beuchat will lead a movement workshop following a presentation of her work by Jennifer McColl Crozier, Director of Carmen Beuchat Project.... Read more about Carmen Beuchat Master Class
Repeats every day until Sat Oct 29 2016 except Fri Oct 28 2016.
Level 1, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St.
Presented by:Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts Admission: Free; Please note there is extremely limited space for both performances. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Performances: Oct. 27 & 29 at 6 PM ...