Part of Unity Week 2018
Workshop presented by Oriana Estrada
This interactive workshop will explore the unique history and social context in which salsa music and dance was created. This dynamic art form traces across continents from Africa to Cuba and New York City. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes as you will be learning the basic movements of this energetic partner dance.
Oriana Estrada was born in Managua, Nicaragua, but was raised in the vibrant Central District of Seattle. She is a dancer, musician, educator and arts enthusiast. She holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Washington and currently works in the Multicultural Services Department at Bellevue College.
Location: Building 8