So You Think You Can Dance?
Street dancing has been around for years and continues to be prevalent in urban areas as not just a form of physical exercise and competition; but as a form of expression and art. Popping, break dancing, locking and hip hop dance styles can be seen in subways, public streets and urban spaces around the country and encourage interaction from the spectators or other dancers around. Social in nature, street dancing is often improvisational and allows the dancer to expressive themselves in a creative and artistic way. Just as we design gardens and create art installations and pieces, street dancers invent and preform their own form of expressive art.