THE DANCE WORKSHOP
This black history month, participants enjoyed a screening of INTERFERENCE and learned the Nigerian fusion choreography created for The Moment's Project's upcoming creative presentation: Passport.
About Passport: Passport is the Moments Project's third creative phase that explores the immigrant experience in Houston Texas through Black American and African art, dance, and cultural symbolism. To learn more, click the "About Passport" link below.
Nigerian Fusion: Nigerian or Nja Fusion is a contemporary African dance style from Nigeria made of two main dance styles: Shaku Shaku, a new school street style born of out the streets of Lagos Nigeria, and Konto, an older dance style which started in the 1980s in Ajegunle Lagos, which inspirations from Jamaican culture and Reggae.
THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE HOUSTON
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Creative Director, Choreographer
Kemi OG is a dance artist, choreographer, instructor, and creative director. She is the Afrodance Instructor for the Institute of Contemporary Dance, and the founder/Creative Director of the Moments Project.
For more information about Kemi OG, click the link below.
ABOUT THE HOST
The Institute of Contemporary Dance is a community dance center whose mission is to ignite the passion for contemporary dance by providing superior quality dance education, world-class concert performances, and community buildings and outreach that is wholly inclusive and accessible to all.
For more information about the Institute of Contemporary Dance, click the link below or visit icdhouston.com.