Coinciding with Washington State Hip Hop History Month, MoPOP’s POP+ programming is exploring womxn in the art form and the culture this November through POP+ Hip Hop: Celebrating the Queens, presented by First Tech Federal Credit Union.
Through programs, performances, artifacts, and panel discussions, discover how—despite being marginalized, underpaid, underrepresented, and underrated in hip hop music and culture for decades—womxn have always been integral to the art form and the culture. We will be displaying artifacts from our hip hop collections on site at MoPOP, as well as hosting digital events for hip hop lovers of every age (check out all our online activations below!).
Anna Banana Freeze
Dance Instagram Takeover ft. Anna Banana Freeze
Thursday, November 19, 12 p.m. PT
Anna Banana Freeze is a b-girl and teaching artist from the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle. She is the founder/instructor of Mini BREAKS dance and one of the only two womxn in the world-renown, award-winning breaking crew, Massive Monkees, serving as a performer, leader and sister.