Emalie Vann Ghonima
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Emalie Vann Ghonima is a dancer, choreographer, researcher, and Artistic Dance Director of World Museum Studios, a collective creating educational and artistic exhibits, media, and dance performances. 

 

Emalie has danced at cultural institutions and events such as ON DISPLAY HARVARD with the Harvard Art Museums, Eastbound with the Harvard Asian American Dance Troupe, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Asia Society Texas Center, the Houston Egyptian Festival, the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center, and Mind the Gap with contemporary Cambodian choreography commission funded by Dance Source Houston and the Houston Endowment.

 

Additionally, Emalie is an educator, Asian art and architecture docent, and Association for Asian Studies member. She has amusing childhood memories of dancing and listening on repeat to the first K-pop idol group H.O.T., is currently loving the Southeast Asian main dancers in K-pop like Lisa and Dita, and is super excited to dance with you at the K-Pop Dance Migration Party workshop!

K-Pop Dance Migration Party!

Korean popular music’s dance and dynamic choreographies are integral to K-Pop’s success as an international phenomenon. This workshop will look at the explosion of K-Pop dance migration by exploring a medley of current K-Pop dances notable in cultural connections, then focus on a K-pop bellydance fusion piece, and end with a K-Pop dance party of all the choreo!