A LOVE LETTER TO BAX - Celebrating 25 years of Teaching & Learning
BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange
A LOVE LETTER TO BAX
Celebrating 25 years of Teaching & Learning
"A LOVE LETTER TO BAX - Celebrating 25 years of Teaching & Learning"
pays special homage to veteran BAX teaching artists by presenting them with the inaugural
Dani Nikas Award for Excellence in Teaching.
The evening will also include an opening party and pre-performance installation, followed by performances featuring BAX's Dance Performance Workshops, AcroBAX II Tumbling Company, BAXco Youth Dance Company, Brooklyn New School's Fourth Grade Musical, teens from the "Act Like You Care" workshop, as well as alumni, special guests and surprises!
Saturday April 9, 2016
At Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts at LIU Brooklyn
One University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201
(On Flatbush Avenue between Dekalb Avenue and Willoughby Street)
Opening Party and Pre-Performance Installation
PERFORMANCES & AWARDS PRESENTATIONS
Featuring performances by young artists from our acclaimed Dance Performance Workshops, AcroBAX II Tumbling Company, BAXco Youth Dance Company, Brooklyn New School's (P.S. 146) Fourth Grade Musical, and teens from the "Act Like You Care" workshop.
Commissioned 25th Anniversary video by Moti Margolin
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Visit events.bax.org/2016-youth-gala for more information
Awardee photos (left,right): Donna Costello by Ann Billingsley, José Joaquín García by Justin M Weiner, Andrew Jannetti by Eric Bandiero and Helen Tocci (self-portrait)
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