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The International Human Rights Art Festival
International Human Rights Art Festival + Wild Project
The International Human Rights Art Festival (IHRAF) is coming up November 12-18 in cooperation with the Wild Project! We present a multidisciplinary selection of events at the intersection of performing arts, spirit and social activism. The whole week, performers will fill the stage and fill your hearts with beauty, sincerity, diversity and talent! With more than 10 dance performances, the festival is a must-go for dance lovers, and will also include wonderful theater, live-music, circus, workshops, and spoken words acts. The festival includes performances by groups and solo artists such as
A highlight for dance enthusiasts will be the split bill featuring Oxana Chi (Dance Enthusiast A to Z of People Who Power the Dance World) and Movement of the People Dance Company, led by the Bessie-award-winner Joya Powell on Saturday November 17that 6.30 pm.
Dance Artists performing at IHRAF:
- Oxana Chi
- Movement of the People Dance Company
- Barkha Patel Dance
- Christopher Nuñez
- J. Bouey feat. Dre Drummond/Dre.Speaks
- Tyrone Bevans
- LA ROKA NYC
- Aseemkala Initiative
- Kaina Quenga and Anthony Haumanava Mataheiari'i Aiu
- J CHEN PROJECT
- Amirov Dance Theater
- Tom Tsai
- Garrett Parker
International Human Rights Art Festival
November 12-18, 2018
195 E. 3rd Street
East Village, NYC
Detailed schedule: https://ihraf.org/2018-schedule/
The Wild Project: http://www.thewildproject.com/performances/2018-IHRAF.shtml
You'd like to be involved, attend an event for free and get a festival T-shirt?
Sign-up as a volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0d4aaba72ea6fe3-international
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