Virtually BAAD: Online Live Programming by BAAD/Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance
Since NY Statewide officials have banned public spaces from operating as normal due to COVID-19, BAAD! is launching Virtually BAAD! Re-imagining its programming to have artists present their work on a virtual platform so audiences can experience it on their computers or phones. It’s more urgent than ever to stay connected to art and creativity.
NO MORE BEAUTIFUL DANCES
PERFORMANCE & WORKSHOP
Anabella Lenzu, an Argentinian dancer, choreographer and teacher, presents a moving and special event that is an exhibition/ performance/ workshops accessible to all audiences. This project explores issues of identity and agency as experienced by a contemporary artist who is also a woman, mother and immigrant in the United States, and invites the audience into the intimacy of self.
SARAH SCHULMAN READS FROM
The prolific writer Sarah Schulman reads “New York City, 1967” a section from her new novel-in-progress. She is the author of nineteen books including the novels The Cosmopolitans, Shimmer, After Delores, People In Trouble and Girls Visions and Everything, the nonfiction works Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair, and Ties That Bind: Familial Homophobia and Its Consequences. She has also written for the stage and screen and is co-director of the ACT UP Oral History Project . Her awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship, and two American Library Association Book Awards. She is Distinguished Professor of English at City University of New York (College of Staten Island) and a Fellow at the New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU.
QuaranTINI: ONLINE WELCOME PARTY
BAAD!’s NEW DEPUTY DIRECTOR
A live meet and greet with BAAD!’s new Deputy Director, Marcus Gualberto. Arthur and Charles introduce Marcus, we all toast with whatever libations we have in our habitations. With guest performers Elizabeth “Macha” Marrero and Egyptt Labeija.
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