Shake Shake Shake Trip
People are involved in intercultural communication between individuals of different social status or cultural background. Intercultural communication is also evident in many artistic works, as artists are involved in intercultural dialogue. One medium of intercultural communication is dance. The culture, values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviours of a community cannot be fully expressed verbally. Visual arts such as music, dance and other performing arts can therefore become useful tools that serve a wide range of non-verbal communication. In these workshops, SUR aims to use ambiguity in the interpretation of dances such as salsa, pechanga and Afro beats. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about different (dance) cultures while exploring the methods of fitness dance that contribute to the beauty, richness and diversity of this workshop.