Full! Vogue Femme Workshop, instructed by Ofimja, Saturday 12.11.2022 at 15:00–16:15

Attention! This workshop is already full but there are places in the two other voguing workshops.

Vogue Femme Workshop, instructed by Ofimja

Time: Saturday 12.11.2022 at 15:00–16:15

Place: Flama Rauhankatu (Rauhankatu 15, 20100 Turku)

Level: open

If you want to pay for the workshop with sport or cultural benefits (Smartum, Tyky, Edenred, ePass, Eazybreak), please register by sending an email to [email protected]


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Voguing workshops on Saturday, the 12th of November


at 12:00–13:15 Runway Workshop / instructed by Venla
at 13:30–14:45 Bedroomstyle Workshop / instructed by Amanda
at 15:00–16:15 Vogue Femme Workshop / instructed by Ofimja

The level of all these workshops is open.

Price: 18 € / 75 min workshop

Voguing is a dance that arose in the 1970s in Harlem, New York. It was created by young Black and Latinx LGBTIQ+ community. Vogue Femme, the most effeminate style of voguing, was created in the 90’s mostly by black and latin fem queens (trans women and trans femmes).

Voguing is part of the Ballroom culture that forms a safe space where freedom of gender identity and sexuality is allowed and celebrated. Vogue Ball celebrations consists various competition categories such as vogue femme and runway.


Ofimja’s classes are full of energy! Ofimja’s workshop will introduce you to the feminine movements and the elements of Vogue Femme. We will also work on a choreography based on Vogue Femme and just let it loose. You can bring your own high heels and knee pads to the workshop.


Lydia Ofi Teresia is a trans performance artist as well as a dancer and a dance teacher. She is a member of an international Ballroom house: The Gorgeous House of Gucci. Lydia’s aesthetics comes from the Ballroom community, which she has been a part of since 2011. Lydia has performed in numerous productions as solo as well as in different groups working with the artist, for example Jenni Vartiainen, Krista Siegfrids, Alma, Princess Nokia and Leila K. Lydia is part of the queer performance duo called Amanda & Lydia and a group called Fem Queens of Finland, which was awarded with Academic Award of the Fine Arts.

More information:[email protected]