Time: On Demand Genre: First Nations | Recommended for ages 7+
Hold your very own dance party with Daz and Jax Compton, stars of the popular TV show Move it Mob Style! Big and little kids alike are invited to learn contemporary Indigenous and hip-hop infused dance moves.
Darren Compton (Daz), is a proud descendent of Bundjalung, Munanjali, and Gamillaraay nations of the mainland, and the Mer people of the Torres Strait Islands. Daz has been a multi-skilled performer and dancer since the age of 13. He has performed his signature Indigenous hip-hop moves all across Australia and on popular TV show Move it Mob Style (ABC iView).
Jacqui Compton (Jax) is a proud Wuthathi (Aboriginal) woman from East Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, and a Torres Strait Islander with family ties to Thursday, Badu and Moa Islands. Jax studied at NAISDA Dance College and has extensive skills as a performer, dance teacher and choreographer.
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