Office of Aboriginal Initiatives
WATERLOO CAMPUS: Hoop Dancing Workshop
Aboriginal Awareness Week 2013 - Waterloo campus
Date: Mar 6/13
Time: 14:30 - 16:00
Location: Athletic Complex, C Studio 1 (Near Hawk Shop)
What is Hoop Dancing?
Hoop Dancing is a form of story telling dance incorporating anywhere from one to 30 hoops, which are used to create both static and dynamic shapes, or formations, representing various animals, symbols, and storytelling elements. It is generally performed by a solo dancer with many hoops.
**IMPORTANT**: Hoop Dancing workshop: Open only to the Laurier Campus Community - Faculty, staff, Students, or AC members
No registration required!
For a sample demo on Hoop Dancing, click here
This workshop is a part of the 2013 Aboriginal Awareness Week Events
Contact: Melissa Ireland
Phone: 519-884-1970 ext. 4190
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