Iman
Siferllah-Griffin

Iman (meaning faith/magnet) is a dance practitioner and facilitator of healing based in Atlanta, GA. She is the co-creator and member of the internationally known dance duo Al Taw’am LLC. Genres that inform her movement style are Hip Hop, Traditional West African, Dance Hall, Popping, House, Waacking, Modern, Capoeria Angola, Yoga, and other Black American vernacular dances. Iman’ current
focus is harnessing her intuitive and spiritual abilities intersectionality with dance.

 

A few notable experiences along Iman’s dance journey include sharing her movement at the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Forum, Facing Race Conference, and The Minnesota Secretary of State's 50th Voters’ Rights Act Anniversary Celebration. Her dance film television work includes season one of World of Dance
NBC and TPT Minnesota’s Originals “Art is...Al Taw’am” (An Emmy nominated segment). Iman has been an artist in residencies and or engaged with organizations such as Inner City Muslim Action Network based in Chicago Atlanta, The South Dallas Cultural Arts Center based in Dallas, Words Beats and Life based in Washington D.C., and Each One Teach One based in Berlin, Germany, the Harvard Law school of Education, the Spelman Department of Dance, and UW Madison’s first wave program.


Though she has received many accolades and support for her gifts Iman believes her greatest
accomplishments have been carrying on the legacy of her ancestors, the connections she’s made with various communities around the globe, and how her artistic and intuitive abilities keeps her in alignment with her higher self.

Iman Siferllah-Griffin photo by Awa Mall
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