Groovement for Black & Brown Bodies

Mondays, Jan 7, Jan 14, Jan 21, Jan 28, Feb 18, Feb 25, Mar 4, Mar 11
6:30pm
Alena Museum, Oakland

Cost: $10-$15 per class
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Groovement is focused on finding individual sense of groove and comfort within the container of a structured dance class that emphasizes rhythm, musicality, and authentic expression. Instead of drawing from a particular movement vocabulary, dana shares the movement that comes most naturally to her, a hybrid reinvention of the diverse influences of her dance background: ballet, jazz, hip-hop, modern, West African, tap, and—most influentially—club dancing. The eclectic soundtrack spans Afro/soulful house music, hip-hop and R&B, dancehall, jazz, and more. The goal of Groovement is to get liberated through movement rather than feel oppressed by how to dance “right,” and to create a protected space of community, acceptance, and joy among people of color.

People of color of all levels welcome; comfort with music and movement required. Sweats or other danceable clothes and sneakers suggested.

$10 per class for all 8 classes purchased in advance

$12 per class for any 4 classes purchased in advance

$15 per class for single class purchased in advance or drop-in

No one turned away for lack of funds.

@def_artinmotion on Instagram for more info!

Contact: dafitchett@gmail.com, 617.240.4240

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