Kiran and Uzo are doing it again. There is an undeniable synergy between both of their styles of movement.
If you have not checked out Kiran, you are in for a treat. She brings her charisma,knowledge and skills into fostering a loving, safe and energizing environment at her classes.
Check her out at http://kirane.yolasite.com/
Uzo wll be teaching contemporary African inspired movements to the class. We will be working on Coupe Decale, Soukouss, Azonto and Afro Pop moves.
Come out and dance with us.
Monday Dec 9th @ 5:15pm
3838 E. Fort Lowell Rd, #2,
Tucson, AZ 85716-1731
(Ft. Lowell and Alvernon, next to Rendez-vous Restaurant)
See you there:)
Recovering Home explores the unique subjectivities of identity from different ethnic and racial backgrounds, whose paths have woven together on a journey to find home. Coming from the far reaches of the globalized experience, this piece explores a convergence of quests for connection, a sense of belonging and a space to integrate our stories past and present.
My contribution to the production Recovering home. I hope you can make it out to see the show is San Fransisco
Title: Onye K’ibu?
Onye k’ibu means “Who are you?” A work in progress explores the struggles a first generation immigrant faces with gender, culture, race, and religion. The process of becoming informed and the enlightenment through acculturation. This piece also explores indoctrinated moral codes in culture, choice of freedom, creating new culture and finding a place of healing.