!! Second session of the workshop !!
Have you ever wondered why most African dances have a low body posture and why songs accompany most of the African dances? Have you ever hoped to learn an African traditional dance but never had the opportunity? Then don’t miss DI ASA dance workshop.
The workshop comprises of an educative discussion on the basic and golden rules that runs through all African dances with focus on the Ghanaian Traditional Dance forms. There will also be a practical and interactive dance session where participants will be introduced to two Ghanaian traditional dances. The dance workshop will also have a warm up session with movements from the Ghanaian popular dances style (AZONTO).
From Hilda Andoh, workshop leader:
"I am a second-year student from the Cultural Heritage and Policy Management department. Trained in the School of Performing Arts at the University of Ghana-Legon, I have performed on National stage and several events. Dancing is more than a hobby I enjoy doing. I have taught Ghanaian traditional dance at the University, senior high school and junior high schools mostly in Accra, the capital of Ghana. I love to express my emotions, ideas and experiences through dance movements. I also, love teaching dance. Dancing is fun, dance is my other identity. Dance is ME!!"
This is the second event of a two-session workshop.
If you haven't, please register here: