march, 2016

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04mar8:00 pmDancing While Black: jumpin fencesfeaturing the work of the 2015-2016 Dancing While Black Fellows8:00 pm EST BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, 421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NYDancing While Black:Dancing While Black

Event Details

Come witness two days of experiments, early constructions and visions in progress from the 2015-16 Dancing While Black Fellowship class. These emerging artists have spent the past six months building community through workshops with master teachers, communal dinners and a public discussion at BAX. The Fellowship, a program of Angela’s Pulse, is part of Dancing While Black founder Paloma McGregor’s ongoing commitment to community building and centering the voices and visions of black dance makers.

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Learn more about the 2015-16 DWB Fellows HERE.

BAX is the Brooklyn partner for Dancing While Black (DWB) founded by BAX Artist in Residence, Paloma McGregor, and supported by the Surdna Foundation.

The Surdna Foundation seeks to foster sustainable communities in the United States — communities guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies, and thriving cultures.

Time

(Friday) 8:00 pm EST

Location

BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange

421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Producer

BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange

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