Valerie Ebuwa, contemporary dancer, writer and model talks Woman SRSLY

Woman SRSLY by Henry Gorse and i-D Magazine

London contemporary dance artist Valerie Ebuwa’s work incorporates Hip Hop, African, Dancehall, Jazz and other movement forms such as Yoga and Capoeira.

Growing up in a family of lawyers, she carved out her own parth in pursuit of her passion for dance, which led her to performing internationally and being awarded the ‘Young Stoff’ award at Stockholm Fringe Festival.

Woman SRSLY by Henry Gorse and i-D Magazine. Performer Valerie Ebuwa
Woman SRSLY by Henry Gorse and i-D Magazine. Performer Valerie Ebuwa

As a freelance dance artist, Valerie is also a dance teacher, model and dance writer for I am Hip Hop magazine and she shares her views and dance experience on her own blog.

Valerie is the host of Woman SRSLY – a female-led performance platform which champions bold new performance by female-identified and socialised female artists through platforms and networking support.

In this podcast show we discuss domestic violence, diversity and feminism, the challenges facing female artists in the dance industry and how Woman SRSLY is creating a voice for female creators.

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