Join Chicago footwork queen MurdaMommy for Experience 160 and learn the history and language of Chicago footwork while learning how to construct a proper round by learning fundamentals to build up to a 16 count combo.
All experience levels welcome!
Free to attend. 25 spots available.
MurdaMommy is a dancer, musician, actor, Chicago Footwork to people who live on the South and West sides of Chicago. In 2019, she was recognized by SWAN Day Chicago, celebrating black women in dance. MurdaMommy has performed across the U.S. In Chicago, she mentors and connects with all generations through performance and workshops, including programs within Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center and Stateville Correctional Center. As a musician, her style complements her choreographic and movement approach. She is currently working on her first official E.P. She recently created the short film " I Am Queen," based on the women of Chicago footwork culture. She is also collaborating on Juke Town, an online multiplayer game where characters can practice footwork, socialize, and complete missions. For more information visit www.murdamommy.com
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