These two reports are worth reading/watching together. Start with the Cato Institute’s senior fellow Michael Tanner’s talk about his new book on Building an Inclusive Economy. The video is relatively short at 26:45. Then, go on to the New York Times article by Ashley Southhall and Nikita Stewart on Jazmine Headley’s arrest.
Join the final
December 19, 2018
(Dance Class – 7:00 – 8:30/ CJ Workshop – 8:30 – 10:00/Music & Dance – 10:00 – Midnight)
Location: Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The podcast is here! It’s the Arthur Mitchell, founder of Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH), Tribute aired Wednesday, September 26, 2018 on AfroBeat Radio. Now you can listen to an edited version of the Tribute. Enjoy as DTH’s Artistic Director, Virginia Johnson and former dancers Karen Brown, Dr. Adesola Akinleyke, Dion Wilson, and Lorraine Grave share their life as dancers, students, and mentees pay tribute to the late Arthur Mitchell!
Wuyi Jacobs (host of AfroBeat Radio) and I co-produced this show and podcast: https://www.afrobeatradio.com/arts-entertainment/2018/12/3/arthur-mitchell-mar-27-1934-19-2018-a-tribute
On Monday December 3, 2018 Arthur Mitchell Memorial took place at Riverside Church. In 2019 Dance Theatre of Harlem will Celebrate 50 Years. Join in the Celebration!!
Thank You Camille A. Brown
For more: https://www.camilleabrown.org/home
The 2018–2019 Rama S. Mehta Lecture at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study A lecture by Ofeibea Quist-Arcton
Sunday, January 14, 2018, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
“Conceived by choreographer Camille A. Brown in 2014 and presented in partnership with Dance/NYC, The Gathering serves as an open forum for intergenerational black female artists to support one another and to advocate for greater cultural equity and acknowledgment in the contemporary dance world. ”
Colloquium on African Diaspora Dance, February 2018
Honored to have been a part of this amazing gathering!! Proud to have delivered my workshop Ecstatic Reasoning -blackness protracted: Migration and Constructed Identities.
Looking forward to 2020