Queens Rising: Valerie Green/Dance Entropy + Queens World Film Festival (FREE)
Flushing Town Hall
SHOWCASE EVENT #1
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy: HOME
SUN, JUN 26, 2 PM, FREE (no RSVP required)
HOME, by Valerie Green/Dance Entropy is an international cross-collaborative dance project featuring choreographers from Sweden, India, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Lebanon and the USA. What does home mean to you? These world re-known choreographers working with VG/DE explore what home means to them from their country of origin. Join us for a captivating journey around the world through dance and music. In these divided times, connection and understanding across diverse cultures is more important and needed than ever. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST
HOME is supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Flushing Town Hall space grant, and the generosity of individual donors.
SHOWCASE EVENT #2
Queens World Film Festival: LGBTQIA+ Short Films
SUN, JUN 26, 4:30 PM, FREE (no RSVP required)
Celebrate Pride with LGBTQIA+ short films curated by the Queens World Film Festival. Seven short Prideful films will cover it all - from coming together to splitting apart. The films will be followed by post-screening panel discussion and reception.
Break Up by AJ Mattioli
Without Say by Neha Guatam
Better Man by Amelia Mathews
Marguerite by Marianne Farley
Dress Code by Melanie Notinger
Couple of Guys by Debra Markowitz
Stonewall: The Making of a Monument by Cheryl Furjanic
This event is funded by the former NYC Councilmember Danny Dromm.
This program is presented as part of Queens Rising, the month-long celebration of arts and culture in Queens.
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