Through interactive, hands on drumming instruction students learn about drumming as a language, a cultural expression, a healing art and unifying power.
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Phyllis Thompson works with fiber textiles, printmaking, photography and collage processes. Her workshops explore techniques of printmaking, collage and fabric construction with the history of African American quilting, and supports students creating meaningful personal images.
An interactive presentation highlighting the music, dance, songs, history, instruments and costumes from Guinea. Mohamed is committed to providing the historical and cultural relevance of each dance.
In this workshop, Brill & Baczkowki bring the sounds of ancient music to life, connecting students to global and primitive musical traditions.
Bring One World Tribe to your school for a seven day residency that explores West African rhythms, songs, chants, and languages such as Swahili, Latuka, Mandinga, Massai, and Luo.
During this performance One World Tribe takes the audience on an urban music voyage from around the world.
Robin Hibbert and Alassane Saar of Le Ballet Touba present this rousing performance of African Music and Dance.
Explore the Caribbean through the popular and exciting rhythms of Son, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue and Salsa.
At last, a show that educates every age group about what they can do to save the planet! Students will also learn why the rainforest is so important to all of us, even though it is so far away.
“Mama Earth” provides students with hands-on experience playing instruments from around the world.