Northwest Tap Connection

Celebrate Black History Month with an evening of dance.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

This event is all ages.


Experience an evening of captivating dance routines by Northwest Tap Connection featuring the creative vision of choreographer Shakiah Danielson, a mini film screening, and a discussion on the healing power of dance in the face of trauma within urban communities.

Shakiah Danielson is a self-taught hip-hop instructor/choreographer and is currently the Artistic Director of the hip-hop program at Northwest Tap Connection. She started choreographing/teaching a little over 13 years ago for theater productions put on by Restoration of the Arts (ROTA), a non-profit artistic organization focused on utilizing the arts to reach at-risk youth. She’s had the honor of traveling from Mexico to Canada to teach dance workshops, and has taught at a variety of dance studios in the Pacific Northwest from Woodinville to Portland. She takes an unbridled, bold, passionate approach to hip-hop coupled with an eclectic blend of music. With a track record of creating powerful choreography for youth with Northwest Tap, her productions are not to be missed.


Date and Time

February 18, 2017



MoPOP (formerly EMP Museum)
Sky Church
325 5th Avenue N
Seattle, WA 98109

Ticket Info

$10 ($8 MoPOP members)

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