Play a stepping game and explore the myriad dance styles of Africa’s many nations in this Arts Break inspired by Step Afrika!’s Stono.
Uplift your community with spoken word, shared beats, and an original call and response in this Arts Break inspired by Step Afrika!’s Stono.
Step to the beat, play with percussion and find the rhythms hidden in your favorite song in this Arts Break inspired by Step Afrika!’s Stono.
It’s time to play! Last week, we got a peek into Step Afrika!’s rehearsal process. As we continue exploring the arts in North America this week, we’ll return to Washington, D.C. and start moving to some familiar rhythms. Get ready to step, clap and beat your feet—let’s go go-go!
Last week, we met Ronnique from Step Afrika! and explored her community in Washington, D.C. This week, we’ll take a closer look at what inspires Ronnique to create dance as a choreographer and Step Afrika! company member, before creating some dances and rhythms of our own.
It’s time to get up and move! This week’s activities are designed to help you explore dance and movement as a family in fun, approachable ways.
This week, we’re exploring different forms of percussion. Let’s kick things off with Teaching Artist Peter Musante and a lesson on body percussion!