Events

The Art of Justice 7

The Art of Justice 7

FREE

Art of Justice 7: Invisibility of Institutions that are Diverse in the Age of Diversity!

An InterActive Presentation/Conversation

The Civil Rights Movement, Black Power, Nuyorican, Native American, Gay, Asian and other movements in the 60s birthed a significant number of cultural arts organizations that reflect the aesthetics of our varied communities. In doing so, these movement took a strong stance against the exclusionary practices of major cultural organizations.  

Events

Liminal Space | Art Talk: Mothering Lands

Liminal Space | Art Talk: Mothering Lands

FREE

 

Liminal Space artists Keisha Scarville and Christie Neptune will join curator Grace Aneiza Ali in a conversation on how their photography engages mother-daughter relationships to illustrate the migration experiences of Guyanese women.

Events

Art Talk: How to Build A House on Stilts

Art Talk: How to Build A House on Stilts

FREE

Liminal Space artists Kwesi Abbensetts and Andrew Lyght will join curator Grace Aneiza Ali in a conversation on how their work invokes Guyana's architectural landscape. Both artists reference the stick-frame wooden houses on stilts that are quintessential to the visual identity of Guyana.

Events

TRADE/ITIONS | Honoring African Spiritual Traditions!

TRADE/ITIONS | Honoring African Spiritual Traditions!

On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017, we will channel our ancestors, using celebration as a tool of liberation through the annual Trade/itions. The multimedia event will explore contemporary manifestations of the African Spiritual traditions that enslaved Africans brought to the west during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Using the lenses of gender, culture, commerce and technology, Trade/itions will offer a collaborative space for spiritual growth and community development. 

Events

La Casita at Teatro Pregones

La Casita at Teatro Pregones

FREE

Through poetry, music, and stories, a remarkable group of artist-activists gives voice to the movements working to uphold and extend LGBTQ, women?s, civil, immigrant, and human rights.

Events

La Casita at Lincoln Center Out of Doors

La Casita at Lincoln Center Out of Doors

FREE

Through poetry, music, and stories, a remarkable group of artist-activists gives voice to the movements working to uphold and extend LGBTQ, women?s, civil, immigrant, and human rights.

Poetry: Safia Elhillo, Denice Frohman, Patricia Spears Jones, Quraysh Ali Lansana, Venessa Marco, Tracie Morris, Urayo?n Noel, Gabriel Ramirez, Paul Tran, and Crystal Valentine

Music: Haleh Liza, James Lovell, Melvis Santa & Ellas-Son, Orquesta Criolla Nacional de Puerto Rico, Mapey?, and Be Steadwell

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