Our girl, Nefeli, has been going from strength to strength in her journey to make training safer for dancers. Nef is nominated for a Changemaker award for her work with Project Breakalign. Stay up to date on her journey here. We are proud!
Recently we sent PJ to Atyrau, Kazakhstan to work with Unidance. Unidance is a company based in St Petersburg, Russia, and operating in many cities across the region. Company director, Tin, has been a frequent visitor to that part of the world, hence our relationship with them.
In this inspirational video, PJ shares her experiences from teaching in Kazakhstan’s second city for a fortnight.
This documentary by legendary hip-hop historian, Henry Chalfant, gives a deep and very real introspective of the birthplace of hip-hop. There is a LOT to discover in this passionate and inspirational film.
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Our very own B-Girl sMash stars in this new video by Sublime Wizardry. We are PROUD.
Smash has been one of our longest-representing teachers and is classically trained as well as displaying that hip-hop goodness. She is also the director of Scope Dance Theatre – a hiphop theatre company based in London, and spreading knowledge across Europe and the mediterranean.
Please share this video, and comment below on what video you’d like to see us shoot as a company. We want ideas! ^_^
This week, Tinman was invited as a specialist guest teacher to Roehampton University to teach a workshop to the 3rd year BA Hons students as part of their “Popular & urban dance” module. 2 Hours isn’t a long time to teach a chronology of hip-hop dance history WITH practical…
…but don’t they look happy? ^_^
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