By Deborah Zeitman Yesterday afternoon I arrived at my friend’s home for her birthday party. The invitation said to wear yoga-like clothes, as little as possible. I certainly didn’t know how to interpret that, and I just didn’t ask. The guests – a small group of six women – deposit our potluck offerings, introduce ourselves…
This ethereal and haunting LED hoop photo is taken from the Spaceship Dexter Halloween Partybus.
From last year's Halloween Parade in New York's Greenwich Village, Halloween Goldfinger also features a dissociative hoop from above!
Lisa Odjig, two time World Hoop Dance Champion, taught students last week about hoop dancing and Native American culture. Morley school has brought in a guest hoop dancer to teach for the past two years.
Edmonton's four-day interFEAR festival in Alberta features all kinds of fright - with hooping classes. Why? "What could be scarier than a hula hoop in the wrong hands?"
The park closes at dusk, probably because that's when the hooping butterflies appear. Photo by Gigi.
Here is the Bay Area’s Carl doing a trick he likes to call the Orbiter. Don’t forget: If you ever try the Orbiter yourself, you have to giggle at the end too. It’s part of the trick.
In the Michigan Tech Lode, Bob Evans wants "to share another activity that will help men become less stiff and more supple. And that activity is hula-hooping."
In keeping with our Halloween hooping photos, how about visualizing whirled peas. Photo by Alexis in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
artnet Magazine spotlights Isa Genzken's show at the Neugerriemschneider in Berlin. In her piece entitled "Hula Hoop" she's incorporated actual hoops within her art.