Hosted by the Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies
Join us for a free Afro-Latin dance lesson with Cuban instructor Julio Montero, a former student of French and Spanish Studies at UBC! This intercultural education and wellness event is the perfect way to take a break from exam prep and unwind through Afro-Latin rhythms and movement.
- Give a presentation on the background and cultural relevance of Afro-Latin dancing (such as salsa, merengue, bachata and reggaetón)
- Provide an Afro-Latin dance demonstration (performance/video)
- Teach you some basic Afro-Latin dance moves (done individually without a partner)
- Play some Afro-Latin music for you practice, dance and move to!
No previous dance experience required.
Masks will be required. Remember to bring your water bottle, as you might just break a sweat! 😉
The event is open to all members of the UBC community. This is an inclusive event; we welcome members of the LGBTQ2+ and IBPOC communities.
Arts Student Centre – 2nd Floor (1860 East Mall)
We acknowledge that this event is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people.
We have reached maximum capacity for this event. Registration is now closed.
Questions? Contact Dr. Maria Carbonetti (email@example.com).