Dancers Against Racism: Tutting with Matthew Gibbs

This fall, the Springfield College Dance program invites the community to join in virtual events led by guest artists using dance as a platform and lens to discuss racism. Classes will consist of both movement and discussion.
 

This fall, the Springfield College Dance program invites the community to join in virtual events led by guest artists using dance as a platform and lens to discuss racism. Classes will consist of both movement and discussion.

All classes and discussions will be accessible via Zoom.

Tutting with Matthew Gibbs
(all levels)

Wednesday, November 18

6-7:15 p.m. EST

Join on Zoom.

Matthew Gibbs, also known as “ET,” is a street dancer from Atlanta. His style is a collection of street styles, mainly animation and bone-breaking. He started out battling in the underground scene to gain the respect of the city. Later, he traveled and expanded his craft. His goal is to keep progressing in skill and creativity to continue innovating his style.

For more information, contact Sarah Zehnder, director of dance, at szehnder@springfield.edu.