Check out “harlem is … DANCE // Special Artist Reception” on Eventbrite!
Date: Monday, August 29, 2016
Location: MIST Harlem
The exhibition celebrates the legacy of dance in Harlem and includes work by over 14 artists and conributors that either work or live in Harlem. The celebration will include lots of exciting components! RSVP info below:
RSVP email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP phone: 212-459-1854
Be sure to support Ballet Hispanico during their 45th Anniversary season at the Joyce Theater. I will certainly be in the building! Last year I enjoyed the choreography and the costumes in the show. For more information check out the Ballet Hispanico website for more information.
One of my favorite NYC traditions over the last 4 years is to attend the New York City Ballet Art Series. This year I am excited to attend the 2016 Art Series collaboration with Marcel Dzama.
Dzama will exhibit Art Series’ first ever digital installation this winter on the theater’s Promenade, complete with a chess match dance off and an incognito appearance by Amy Sedaris.
The Art Series installation will be on view at three special New York City Ballet Art Series performances on February 6 Eve, 11, and 19 where all tickets are priced at $30, and each audience member will receive a limited edition commemorative takeaway from the artist.
Pictures will be available on my Facebook from the experience on February 6th!
Check out the video preview of what you can expect: http://www.nycballet.com/Videos/Evergreen-Special/Marcel-Dzama-Art-Series.aspx
Geoffrey Lamont Holder was a Trinidadian-American actor, choreographer, dancer, painter, singer, and Tony Award-winning stage director and costume designer. He passed away last year and this event is a tribute to his life. His wife, Carmen De Lavallade (a dancer), will be performing for the event.
Panel discussion: The Life and Work of Geoffrey Holder
With Carmen and Geoffrey filmmakers Nick Doob and Linda Atkinson, moderated by Leo Holder, son of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade
Carmen and Geoffrey documentary, followed by screening of rare archival film footage
_The Genius of Geoffrey Holder_
July 23–August 29
Exhibitions are open during Library hours: 12:00–8:00 Monday and Thursday; 12:00–6:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center
Plaza Corridor Gallery