AfroCaribe Dance Intensive w Kimberly Miguel Mullen, Nevada City
All Levels are Welcome in the Spirit of Learning and Having Fun.
$150 5-Class Package
$35 Individual Class | Drop In
$135 Pre-Registration Discount by May 28
Email: [email protected]
*4-Hours AfroCuban Dance Training
*4-Hours AfroBrazilian Dance Training
*1-Lecture + Potluck Gathering:
Lecture Topic by KMM: “The African Legacy in Cuba: The History of AfroCuban Dance Practices in Cuba from Ceremony to Stage.”
Location of Lecture: TBA.
Miners Foundry Cultural Center
325 Spring St
Nevada City, CA 95959
*The location for the Lecture | Pot Luck – TBA.
Dance Intensive Schedule:
Sunday, June 3
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM: AfroCuban Dance Workshop
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM: AfroBrazilian Dance Workshop
7:30 PM Lecture | Pot Luck
Monday, June 4
10:00 AM to Noon: AfroCuban Dance Workshop
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM: AfroBrazilian Dance Workshop
To Pre-Register & For More Information, Email: [email protected]
KIMBERLY MIGUEL MULLEN
Kimberly Miguel Mullen, M.A. is an international touring dance artist and cultural ethnologist who travels the world to create links among cultures through the expression of dance. The Los Angeles Times has described her movement as “spectacularly supple,” owing to her natural beauty, grace and technical expression of sacred and secular cultural dance forms from the Caribbean, Cuba & Brazil. Among her many achievements over the course of her 20+ year professional dance career, she is a University Dance Professor, a solo performance artist, an international award winning DVD artist & choreographer, Retreat facilitator, and Co-Founder of Tambor Y Danza Cuba, a cultural arts Drum & Dance Immersion Program in Cuba.
Kimberly offers spirited AfroCaribe (mainly AfroCuban) & AfroBrazilian dance classes, workshops, residencies, retreats and cultural arts immersion programs worldwide. She has been featured globally in major Publications and Magazines: Vogue India, Kee Magazine Hong Kong, ELLE, US Magazine, Oxygen, Fitness, Health Magazine, Women’s World and People, etc. In 2012, she was featured on the cover of Conscious Dancer Magazine’s dance travel issue. Kimberly divides her time between the United States and the Caribbean.