Something from Nothing - A History of Hip Hop
From its origins in Latin, African, funk, and soul music, hip hop has grown into a worldwide phenomenon. But did you know that it all started in one neighborhood in the South Bronx? Corey will take students through the early history of hip hop and its four elements – MC-ing, DJ-ing, break dancing and graffiti – to inspire them with the possibilities of creating something positive out of nothing. This workshop features storytelling, rap performance, free-styling demonstration and activities that bring groups together to improvise beats verse or movement, adding in their own style and spin. This program is highly flexible an can be tailored to meet specific learning goals.
Participant Limit: 25
Curriculum Connection: Hip Hop, Poetry, Songwriting, African American Culture
$525 for 3 workshops/day
Travel Fee: $100/day
Processing fee of $30 added to all contracts
- Schools must schedule at least three workshops in a single day
- Schools preferring a more introductory residency can schedule a total of one introductory skills workshop for each of their classes with no culminating event.
- Planning fee will be based upon scope of residency
- Pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time
Speakers to plug into a laptop (if possible)
Digital Projector to plug into laptop (if possible)
Workshop Space Requirements:
-Students seated in a circle if possible
-Please let YAMA know the condition of the floor surface (rug/hardwood etc.)
Arrival time before first workshop: 30 min
Strike time:10 min
Time needed between workshops: 10 min
Teacher participation is expected.
Please introduce the performer as a Young Audiences of Massachusetts artist.