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Bounce with me

February 20, 2014 2:00 PM

Photos by Ryan Rivet

Big Freedia's bounce workshop 
Bounce artist Big Freedia, center, leads a workshop in the Kendall Cram Lecture Hall following a discussion entitled “The Intersection of Black Arts, Cultural Appropriation and Gender & Sexuality” on Wednesday (Feb. 19). The talk and workshop were part of the Tulane Black Arts Festival, which started on Monday (Feb. 17) and runs through Sunday (Feb. 23).

Big Freedia's bounce workshop

Dancers, from left, Antionique Price, Skipper Bertrand and Stephanie Bertrand demonstrate some moves during the bounce workshop lead by Big Freedia, right, on the Tulane University uptown campus. 

Big Freedia's bounce workshop

Dancer Skipper Bertrand wows the audience at Big Freedia’s bounce workshop during the Tulane Black Arts Festival

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