What is tangible and intangible heritage? What can we learn about Black Hair History? How do you save time by choreographing in your dreams?! London-based dancer, Korantema Anyimadu, shares her time with us on this very special episode.
Korantema Anyimadu is a London-based jazz dancer and independent curator working in heritage and the arts. In 2019, she won a Making History award from the Mayor of London for her exhibition, Plaits, Princesses, and Pink Moisturiser - an exploration of Black Hair Stories. Korantema is deeply passionate about cultural heritage, and in today’s episode we talked about her research in West African dance, her experience as a solo jazz dancer today, and her research into black hair history.
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Host, Producer, Editor: Ruby Bell
Very Special Guest: Korantema Anyimadu
Show Art, Technical Support, and Unwavering Moral Support: Jonathan Topf
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