Stories of West Afrika

Teaching Artist: Rhythms in Anoa Dance Theatre

This ensemble is eager to take students on a fun-filled excursion that is bound to leave a lasting impression on their hearts and minds. Learn about the customs and art of Mali and Guinea in West Africa through engaging drumming, song, and dance. Students will earn about the important connection between drums and dance while being exposed to West Africa’s cultures, traditions, and geography.

Audience: Grades K-12
Format: Performance
Teaching Artist: Rhythms in Anoa Dance Theatre

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