Originally performed by the devadasis of the temples in respect to the deities, this is India’s oldest form of dance. This particular dance style is known for its straight lines, adding beats with non-music, mudras (hand gestures) and facial expressions.
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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.
Have you ever been given an opportunity, but didn’t take it because you were unsure of yourself? Simply by experiencing and participating in the show, students will be introduced to improvisational theater.
Excellent communication abilities are one of today’s most highly valued skill sets. You can practice and improve your communication if you are 8 or 88!
Defiant Monkey’s actors use teamwork all the time. Students will see with suggestions come to life in improvised scenes illustrating the use of teamwork between improvisers.
Through the use of song and interactive audience games, students will learn about the commonalities between the English, Arabic, and Spanish languages.
In this workshop, Ntare Ali Gault emphasizes how exploring one’s own family story can be a powerful tool for understanding the history of slavery in the United States.
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.
Learn about the magical, amazing co-creation of Latin dance through the Diaspora.