Get up & move for an interactive dance workshop this March Break with dancer Arpita Bajpeyi that explores how histories can be shared through dance.
Spin, Stamp, Story tells the history of the North Indian dance form, kathak, through interactive storytelling and dance. Starting in the Mughal courts of the 16th century, dancer and historian Arpita Bajpeyi follows the changing story of who danced kathak, and where, up until the present day. Over the course of one hour, Spin, Stamp, Story will show you how kathak’s past is connected to you (yes you!) in ways that are sure to get you moving. Recommended for ages 8+.
$7.00 for participating kids & tweens. FREE for Museum members as well as accompanying parents & siblings 5 and under.
Space in the museum theatre is limited. To pre-register: contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-524-2686 with your name and the number of participating children and accompanying family members attending in your party.