Always Be Dancing

The Art of Movement for Every/body & Mindful Book Reviews By Eve

Tap Dance Lectures with Margaret Morrison at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Tap Dance Lectures at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

with Margaret Morrison

Sponsored by Dance@MIT, SLIPPAGE, & MIT Department of Women’s and  
Gender Studies

free and open to the public

Monday, March 14, 2011
at MIT
Building 4 Room 149
77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
for more info: 617-253-6957

2:00-3:30
Artist Talk “Body of Rhythm: 30 years in rhythm tap”
Margaret Morrison shares video and tap dance stories from her career.

3:30-5:00
“She Stayed With the Sisters: Tap Dance Narratives and Invisibilized  
Women”
Margaret Morrison presents new research on Alice Whitman, the “Queen  
of Tap”, Juanita Pitts, “Tops in Tap”, and other African American  
women tap dancers of the 1920s to 1950s.   


Author: AlwaysBeDancing

Always Be Dancing: Yoga and Flamenco for Every/Body. I bring accessible yoga and flamenco programs to school communities, fitness professionals, Pt's/OT's, yoga studios and every(body) in between through classes, workshops, professional development seminars, public speaking, and guest blogging. I can create a program specific to your needs. My self designed ¡Ole Namaste! infuses the movements, breathwork and meditation of yoga with the music and dance of flamenco. Come have a body stretching, breath enhancing, mind relaxing, hand clapping good time! In this fun, upbeat mindful movement class, that is infused with the music and dance of flamenco, students will absorb the dramatic postures and colorful flavor of flamenco while exploring yoga poses, flamenco technique, breathwork and meditation. Each class will include a demonstration of flamenco by the instructor. #iameve #peacemoji #alwaysbedancing #kundalini

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