After the interviews and performances, the event became an interactive experience where participants of all ages were invited to practice what they just learned. The evening was filled with laughter, diversity, music, dance, and attendees learned that Native American dance is not just for entertainment, but a way of expressing and connecting with their tribal community.
Bare Feet Downtown Brooklyn continues on The Plaza at 300 Ashland every Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM through June 22. Here’s the upcoming lineup:
The Ladies of Hip-Hop
Fuákata: Cuban Salsa, Casino y Rueda
THE ART OF VOGUING WITH CESAR VALENTINO *NEW DATE*