Cultural Foundations of
Hip-Hop Dance

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About the class:

Cultural Foundations of Hip-Hop Dance provides students the opportunity to learn basic techniques and principles of Hip-Hop Dance through body isolation, poly/rhythm, footwork aesthetics, sequencing, and choreography. Students also explore modes of creative expression and social and self identity through freestyle (improvisatory) exercises.

  • For intermediate or advanced dancers (curriculum aligned accordingly)
  • 60-minute session for up to 30 students at $90
  • 90-minute session for up to 30 students at $120

About the Instructor:

Danielle Kimble holds a Master of Education in Dance Education and Cultural Studies from Temple University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from The University of Akron. During her academic studies, Danielle performed for House of Nations, Inc., in Philadelphia and Jacksonville. She also performed for Ill'u'syn, at Madison Square Gardens, ESPNU, BET 106 and Park, Rucker Park in Harlem, Usher's Fragrance Promotion, and Blaze the Stage. She was accepted into the School of Jacob's Pillow, training in Cultural Traditions: A Hip-Hop Continuum under Dr. Rennie Harris, Moncell Durden, Mr. Wiggles, Marjory Smarth, and Tony "YNot" DeNaro. Her current research focuses on Hip-Hop Dance Culture and Hip-Hop Dance Pedagogy in both, academic and private sector settings.

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