Saturday, April 2, 2011: 11:45 AM-12:45 PM
Convention Center: Ballroom 20D
|Presider:||Leslie Pamela Walden, Coop Magnet Arts High School, New Haven, CT|
|Speaker:||Aquila Kikora Franklin, Penn State University, State College, PA|
In this session, West African dance acts as the model for successful residencies involving youth. Participants view a brief DVD presentation and create a dance. Music and poetry are encouraged to enhance the movement. Learn how dance becomes a gateway to educating, inspiring, and challenging individuals to maximize their potential. Explore ways to engage, develop, and inspire our young people. Intended audience: dance specialists and all interested in youth programming.
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