Instrutor Graveto and Monitor Leao during the maculele performance
Please help our growing capoeira school move into it’s own space! Our small, grassroots community of capoeira students has been working hard, and over the last three years we have grown from a small club of under 10 students to a thriving training academy of over 40 full-time students. Cha…
Help out OCG Minneapolis get its own training space. Over the years that Cuscuz and I have trained with our group, it has grown to an extrordinary number, with new people joining us in every class given during the week. Any small amount helps us reach our goal, and if you are unable to donate, please feel free to re-blog this link and spread the word.
The group Cuscuz and I train with is currently fundraising so that we can get our own training space! Our group has grown so much in the last three years and continues to grow with every class that is given during the week. We are beginning to be a huge part of the Twin Cities and surrounding communities. If possible, a small donation would help us out greatly in achieving our goal. If you are unable, please re-blog and give this message a little boost!
The two good things in my life. #art #capoeira
Camera: Lomography Fisheye No. 2
Film: Kodak 200 Color Plus
Because at the moment I still can’t draw someone doing a ginga in my usual style, have a chibi. ORZ. Couldn’t get the shoulder right -_-