Al Taw’am| Sacred Cypher Creatives Artists in Residence
IMAN welcomes twin dancers, Al Taw’am as the Artists-in-Residence from January 22-29, as part of IMAN’s Sacred Cypher Creatives program. Al Taw’am’s residency, “Bridges,” uses dance to nurture connections to self, community and family through workshops that celebrate diversity of movement.
Presented by Spelman Dance Theater, Department of Dance Performance & Choreography
Both known for their fast tempo and lively energy, this workshop will explore the connections between Sinte from the Nalu people of West Africa, and House, a social dance from Chicago. This class is suited for advanced dancers.
Location: Spelman Wellness Center Multipurpose Room A/B | 350 Spelman Ln SW, Atlanta, GA 30354
RSVP required no later than Tuesday by emailing email@example.com
With the intention to create a fun and supportive space for women to move their bodies, this workshop bridges body movement to individuality and sense of self by exploring the movement of different tempo and textures in a follow-the-leader format. Class content will be influenced by the concept of “body part initiation.”
Location: Movement Labs | 1384 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
RSVP required at Women’s Community Movement Class – Open Levels
Be inspired by local and national artists at the intersection of arts, spirituality, and community.
Location: Washington High Performing Arts Center | 45 Whitehouse Drive SW
During this workshop, designed for youth and their mothers to bond through dance, Al Taw’am will discuss their journey of dance that began under the direction of their mother.
Location: YogaSkills Kemetic Yoga Studio | 1536 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
RSVP required at Umi & Me
Sacred Cypher Creatives Artist Residencies are supported by Pillars Fund and The Doris Duke Foundation.