Movement In The Museum: Physics & Force

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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) says
Movement in the Museum is a new class series that explores principles of science in the actions and sensations of our moving bodies. Each class kicks off with a hands-on science activity or demonstration to explore the evening’s topic, a 1-hour dance or yoga class, and a 15-minute discussion. No previous dance or yoga experience is required. Open to ages 12 and over.

Tickets: $15 (OMSI Members receive 15% off)

Physics and Force: Popping Basics with Donna Oefinger
Popping is a style of dance within Hip Hop that is based on a technique of quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause the dancer’s body to “pop” and create sharp, defined, angular movements. In this class we’ll learn about the science of kinetic force in the physics lab and then practice putting that science to use as we learn the basics of popping.
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By: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)

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