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PechaKucha Presentation

Living the Salsa Lifestyle

PRESENTED ON JUN 06, 2014
IN MARKHAM @ VOL 3

Salsa (not the dipping sauce, but the dance) is more than the moves you may see on shows like Dancing With The Stars. Linda Domenichini speaks about this community of salsa dance enthusiasts from all walks of life and stretches across the globe. Anyone can be a part of this community, even if you think you have two left feet!

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Dallas Black Dance Theatre

BY ANN WILLIAMS
IN DALLAS

Ann Williams talks about the Dallas Black Dance Theatre, a performance and learning center, walking us through its various programs, and highlighting some of the shows it has hosted. (in English)

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Being Unsafe in a Safe Place

BY DEIRDRE TARRANT
@ VOL 18 ON FEB 17, 2013

Deirdre Tarrant discusses her personal history and her dance school in Wellington. She discsses a bit about her dance school's history, its students, and its activities.

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A VERY Brief History of American Belly Dance

BY JO ROSS
@ VOL 22 ON MAY 18, 2014

Jo Ross takes us through a brief history of the origins of American Belly dance as we know it today. Little did we know the origins are many and varied!  

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Aja Nachle! (Let's Dance!)

BY NAVYA MASTANAIAH
@ VOL 4 ON FEB 11, 2016

Navya Mastanaiah grew up in India and arrived in the USA about 8 years ago. She trained early on in a form of Indian classical dance called Bharatanatyam. As life progressed, she began imbibing different forms of western dance through school performances, impromptu jazz classes and the like. 

Since childhood, through college, even in the USA where she initially struggled to make friends, Dance has always been her go-to language for breaking barriers, making friends and buildingmemories.

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Roots of Rhythm

BY THOMAS OFLAHERTY
@ VOL 14 ON MAY 18, 2016

Thomas OFlaherty is a creative dancer, teacher and entrepreneur who will tell the story of his British Caribbean artistic expression and how it connects to the roots of dance and rhythm from the African diaspora.

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Why I Dance

BY JUDE WALSH (WHELLEY)
@ VOL 30 ON FEB 23, 2017

Jude Walsh explores how dance has changed her perception of herself and her body. From Pecha Kucha Dayton, Volume 30, recorded February 23rd, 2016.

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Memorias de la Troja

BY ANA MILE MADERA
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 22, 2016

¿Cómo se administra un espacio de patrimonio vivo y sonoro? Ana Mile Madera es Gerente General de Fundación "La Troja" y nos contará las peripecias detrás del espacio de conservación y disfrute del patrimonio bailable de Barranquilla y el Caribe!

How can you manage a living and sonorous heritage space? Ana Mile Madera is General Manager of "La Troja" Foundation and she will tell us the adventures behind the conservation and enjoyment space of Barranquilla and the Caribbean's danceable heritage

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The grandaddy of swing dances has taken root in Cape Town

BY MURIEL ARGENT
@ VOL 44 ON JUL 04, 2017

Lindy hop, granddaddy of swing dances has taken root in Cape Town with all the joy, energy, and community that made it. Originating as a cultural movement almost a century ago this exhilarating dance is once again an international phenomenon. Muriel Argent takes us on a dance journey through the ages.

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On the Ascension

BY ASCENSION DANCE
@ VOL 33 ON OCT 03, 2017

Benji and AJ introduce us to Coventry's newest dance company and their own stories into the world of dance.