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Ballaro Dance Presents "Embedded Memories & Community Footprints"

Ballaro Dance Presents "Embedded Memories & Community Footprints"


Ballaro Dance


Carroll Hall
2 Vandervoort
Brooklyn, NY 11237


Friday, June 21, 2024 - 7:30pm



Ballaro Dance

Embedded Memories & Community Footprints 

Friday, June 21 | Doors open at 7:15pm

Community Footprints exhibit at 7:30pm | Embedded Memories sunset performance at 8:00pm 

Carroll Hall | 2 Vandervoort Pl, Brooklyn 11237



Radiance (Complimentary)
An invitation for CF fighters, their family/friends, and members of the greater CF community to attend as our guests! Please email share@ballarodance.com to reserve your ticket today.

Shimmer ($15)
General Admission ticket.

Firefly ($10)
Discounted General Admission ticket available for Students, Artists, Veterans, & Seniors.


Available via Venmo @ Marisa-Ballaro (please pay as 'friend' with the last four digits: 0430). Select a ticket level that suits you & provide your email address to receive day-of performance information. Questions? Email share@ballarodance.com. This event is supported by an Impact Grant from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

More about the event:

Doors open at 7:15pm for an immersive evening of creativity, collaboration, and community in the garden at Carroll Hall.

Tour through our community scar exhibit with a site-specific exploration of CF: Community Footprints at 7:30pm;

See the illuminated installation performance of Embedded Memories by Hannah Dillenbeck, Tessa Fungo, and Jen Silver at 8:00pm;

post-show audience members will SHARE in conversation over “Twilight Treats” with the community. 

*Please note there are frequent pollinators in season: bees, butterflies, and other small insects will be active in the garden.

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