Welcome to Kids Make Hip Hop Pilot Project

Kids Make Dance combines child-centered dance-making with digital technologies and social media. Our first pilot project, Kids Make Hip Hop, took place in July 2009 in Queens, New York. For this project, we invited children of all ages with and without backgrounds in dance to create their own hip hop routines and document their work with low-cost video camcorders and digital cameras.

On this website, we invite you to enjoy the extensive multimedia content, learn about the ideas that informed this project, and read about the dance and Internet educators who launched this initiative.

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The Kids Make Hip Hop pilot project, created by Kathleen Isaac and Doug Fox, took place in Queens, New York in July 2009. This project, with the participation of hip hop dancer and educator Carlos Cordova, represented our initial exploration of a new educational approach and framework for child-centered dance-making that integrates proven dance teaching methodologies and practices with the Internet, digital technologies and social media.
To learn more about Kids Make Dance educational programs and our Kids Make Hip Hop pilot project, please email Kathleen Isaac or Doug Fox.

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