Indianapolis Children’s Museum

For the past 3 months, 31Svn SDA has been teaming up with the Indianapolis Children’s Museum for their “Dance” Exhibit.

The Dance Exhibit features the history of different styles of dance that have helped mold the movements that we do today. There are awesome lessons, videos, and information that can be found! If you are interested in checking out the exhibit, you can find all of that information here: https://www.childrensmuseum.org/exhibits/dance

31Svn SDA has been more than happy to help bring the culture of Street Dance to the Children’s Museum. The crew have been coming into the museum once a month for 3 performances that demonstrate a Breakin Cypher, and present the kids with some easy moves in a foundational workshop! We even were brought in for their Adult party called Museum by Moonlight! Check out some highlights of what goes down with 31Svn SDA!

The squad showing out at a few of our performances!

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