Images from a multidisciplinary, study abroad course titled “Rhythm and Revolution: Exploring Music and Dance in Cuba.” The program was led by faculty in dance, music and global studies.
The town of Viñales at sunrise.
Avenue G in Havana.
Students wait for a taxi along the Malecón seawall, with the Caribbean in the background.
Initiates to Santería at the Plaza de la Catedral
Statue of General Máximo Gómez, which faces the Caribbean Sea with the city of Havana in the background.
One of the many old American cars found in Havana.
Visiting the Malecón seawall in Havana are, left to right, student Jennie Flowers, faculty member Emily Daughtridge and student Kai Des Etages.
Having lunch with Cuban hosts in Viñales are, clockwise from left: Silver Frank (student), Emily Daughtridge (faculty), Josh Watson (student), Joseph Gonzalez (faculty), Kenyon Jeffrey (student), Nicholas Gilliam (student), Rebecca Inman, Jesús Sánchez Trasanco (host), Dr. Jérols Trasanco (host). With backs to camera are, left to right, Paige Anderholm (student) and McKenna O’Connell (student).
Students sit on the Malecón facing the Caribbean. In the foreground, left to right, are Kathryn Mahoney, Taylor Anne Wade, Josh Watson and Kenyon Jeffrey.
Students learn from the artists at Korimakao, an arts collective in Cuba. Left to right are Ariel Bushel, Nicholas Gilliam, Taylor Anne Wade, and Kathryn Mahoney. Josh Watson looks on in the background.
Student Paige Anderholm at lunch in Viñales.
Graduate student Courtney Baines Smith with newfound friends in Korimakao, an arts collective in the south of Cuba.
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