Students from UNCG brought Mass Story Lab to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum to promote empathy, healing, reform, and justice.
As a Partner in Residence at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, Sarah will be exhibiting ephemera from her project Dances for Solidarity, and will be performing with her collaborators for the opening.
The exhibition will be on view from October 2t-October 30th.
Dances for Solidarity is also seeking dancers and performers for the development of a new work this fall. Interested parties should email Sarah at email@example.com
Ola Ronke has been granted a month long residency at Wendy's Subway, a non-profit library and writing space located in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
The Free Black Women's Library will be up every Saturday this month from 12-5 p.m. Join Ola for book trading, readings, discussions, film screenings, writing workshops and literary fun.
Opening Party, October 1st, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
379 Bushwick Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Closing Event, Oct 29: Black Literary Cospay/Costume Party featuring the amazing DJ Reborn on the wheels.
Visit the event facebook page for more information
Wednesday September 21st
Join Corinne Cappelletti and Eva Perrotta for the last in their series of monthly Eco Dance Labs. Their workshops guide participants in an interactive walk that explores the complexity of Brooklyn-dwelling plant species in relation to our own human bodies.
RSVP here to secure your spot! Limited to 10 participants.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Westbeth Gallery, 55 Bethune St., July 9 - 30, 2016. Opening Party July 9, 6-9 PM. Gallery open Weds.-Sun. 1-6 PM. See http://www.culturepush.org/westbeth-gallery-show/ for a full listing of artists and events.
It’s that time of the year again! On June 22nd we will gather to celebrate our 7th Annual Benefit!
This year the festivities will take place at our favorite LES spot, Casa Mezcal. Fun, food and beverages will be provided so the only thing you need is a positive attitude and desire to learn. We hope to see a bunch of familiar faces as well as many new ones so please tell your family and friends. This year's Benefit will be a push to raise funds for the Fellowship for Utopian Practice.
Spring is here and this month's edition of the Free Black Women's Library is celebrating food!This month's pop up features amazing author and chef Nicole Taylor. She will share insight on the importance of eating local, as well as treats and tips from her gorgeous new cookbook "The Up South Cookbook." Nicole will also be leading a cooking demo and food tasting session.
Dances for Solidarity invites you to participate in weekly letter writing workshops to incarcerated people in solitary confinement.
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU will be hosting a special edition of The Free Black Women's Library featuring Caribbean Women Authors. The event will feature an intimate conversation with Olaronke.
Bring books written by Black and Caribbean Women Authors to trade.
Visit the Free Black Women's Library at the MoCADA Museum at 80 Hanson Place from 12-5pm on Sunday, April 3. Bring a book written by a black woman to share or trade!
Protect the Art & Body of Art presents Sip & Paint at Saint's Cafe 68 Ave C and 5th Street. Raffle drawings all night.
This week's Letter Writing Session for Dances for Solidarity will be held at David Dorfman Dance, email email@example.com to RSVP and receive location details.
Become involved in Dances for Solidarity by corresponding with inmates incarcerated in solitary confinement. Join Sarah at this week's letter writing clinic. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Snacks and letter writing supplies are provided.
Applications for the Spring 2016 Fellowship for Utopian Practice are due April 1 by 11:59PM. See our guidelines.
Artists and other creative professionals are encouraged to apply with ideas for projects that expand their practice beyond its traditional boundaries. The Fellowship for Utopian Practice is a process-based fellowship, and Culture Push will help Fellows develop big ideas that have real world applications.
On January 30, 7pm Fellows Victoya Venise & Yazmin Colon will be at 1009 Broadway (bell 203) in Brooklyn, NY as part of Protect the Art. Food, drinks, networking, performances, youth workshops. Entry is $10 and it includes free food, drinks, and a can of spray paint to donate.
Visit Olaronke Akinmowo and The Free Black Women's Library at Bed-Vyne Brew Bar in BedStuy. Award-winning author Kaitlyn Greenidge will be reading excerpts from her new book and discussing her writing process. As usual all are welcome to donate or trade any books with the library as long as they are written by Black women.
"Initial Conditions: Artists Make Spaces" presents installations and programming that explore alternative spaces initiated by some of Franklin Street Works’ past exhibiting artists.
The holidays can be a challenging and lonely time when you’re locked up and away from loved ones, so Dances for Solidarity will be decorating and sending holiday cards to LGBTQ folks who are currently in prison. There will be lots of snacks, drinks, and card-making supplies
Join Lise Brenner on a tour of art spaces in Dutch Kills. Discover the interweaving histories of the Dutch Kills neighborhood and the art spaces, industrial spaces, and unique businesses that it contains.
The Fall letter writing clinic for 2015 Spring Fellow Sarah Dahnke's project Dances for Solidarity. Every Thursday 6:30 - 8 at the Abrons Art Center until December 17.
Join Fellow Olaronke Akinmowo at the Meat Market in BedStuy for a full day of the Free Black Women's Library.
On December 3rd, Dances for Solidarity will be facilitating a collective dance experience at a screening of "A Place To Stand," a documentary about Jimmy Santiago Baca and his journey from being imprisoned at a young age and functionally illiterate to an award-winning poet