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Afro Funk

| Studio 2
Afro-funk is a vibrant and energetic dance style that combines elements of traditional African dance with funk and soul music influences. It typically features rhythmic, syncopated movements, powerful footwork, and expressive body isolations. The dance style celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Africa while infusing it with the groove and rhythm of funk music, resulting in a dynamic and captivating performance.
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Location: Studio 2
Price:  $15.00 $10.00 dance umbrella student

Reequal Smith
Reequal Smith is the Founder and Artistic Director of Oshun Dance Studios. A dance artist originally from the Bahamas, now based in Charlottetown, Reequal is currently continuing her dancing career as an independent artist, choreographer and educator in Charlottetown. Reequal also takes part in local festivals, events, collaborations, and Recreational Arts in the schools locally and regionally such as: Arts Smarts Project, Diversecity Festival, River Clyde Pageant, Kings Playhouse, Stratford Fall Festival, Social Distancing Festival and projects based in Halifax. In addition, Reequal loves to be a part of the community and arts industry and she is currently on the board of The Fringe Festival in PEI and Fusion of Charlottetown. She continues to express her art by workshopping and training with artists fusing cultural patterns together as one.


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