Aug. 28, 2019
8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Vogueing emerged around 70’s from the ballroom culture in Harlem, New York. Ballroom culture created a safe space for the Black and Latino LGBTQ-community for free self-expression, self-love and self-acceptance.
From the three main performance categories this class focuses on New Way Vogue. The main elements in New Way are posing and arms control consisting of angular, liner and rigid arm, leg and body movements and powerful, impressive and contortionist poses.
This class serves as a good introduction to the style. The most important thing in voguing is to find your body's way to move and express itself and this is also what we aim to explore in this class. The class consists of a warm-up and technique -section after which we approach freestyle through different exercises.
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Venla is a professional dancer from Finland. She is focused on urban styles and her main style is specifically New Way Vogue. She started competing in voguing 2015 in two categories European Runway (a fashion category) and New Way (a performance category) and since then she has won several grand prizes on both categories, last ones being in May in Stockholm, Sweden (Dawn of the God's Ball GP European Runway and Reckoning Aftermath GP New Way) and in June in Amsterdam, Netherlands (40th Omniversary Ball GP New Way).
Venla is a member of two vogue houses, the Kiki House of Angels (kiki-scene) and the Ledendary House of Prodigy (main scene) and is known as Miila Angels Prodigy.
Besides being actively part of ballroom community Venla performs and teaches in the Netherlands and in Finland. During last year she has danced in two vogue thather pieces: In Jan-Feb 2019 Q4-Quantified (Choreographed by Sarita Sarada), which will be touring with DansClick in the fall-winter 2019 and in May Bitch Please in Stockholm, Sweden ( choreographed by Ida Holmlund).