with Tremontenia Morgan
Join Queen T as she demonstrates how to dance Sunu, from the west African country of Mali. The Sunu dance is named after a well known dancer, suna Mama D. The whole family is wlecomed to join in on the dancing fun!
Wear clothes you can comfortablly move in, a Lapa (optional), bare feet or flexible shoes. Clear out a space in your home or outside to dance! Don't forget your water bottle!
All classes will take place through the virtual classroom platform ZOOM. On the first day of class Jubilee Arts will email you the login link and phone number to call if you do not have video capacity.
Pay what you can! We are changing our payment model in these uncertain times. We usually charge $48 for this class. If you are able to pay in full or more (to support fellow students) we appreciate your support. If not, pay what you can. You can pay through Venmo: @jubileearts1 or through our website.
All classes will present what they learn during class at our End of Session Celebration Friday, December 4, 6:00pm on Facebook LIVE.
Oct 7 - Dec 2nd, 2020
for 8 weeks from 6:00 - 7:00 pm
For more info, call us at 4107281199