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DanceAfrica 2018

 
 
May 25—May 28, 2018
 
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Artistic Director Abdel R. Salaam

The nation’s largest festival dedicated to African dance and music returns for its 41st year, under the leadership of artistic director Abdel R. Salaam. This beloved annual tradition is a jubilant celebration of culture from Africa and its diaspora.

This year, DanceAfrica offers a taste of the rhythm, movement, and spirit of South Africa past and present. Join us for a full weekend of activities including art, workshops, an array of community events, the annual FilmAfrica series, and the one-and-only DanceAfrica Bazaar.

BAM/Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble (Brooklyn)
Lighting design by Al Crawford
Sound design by David Margolin Lawson

Produced by BAM

Leadership support for dance at BAM provided by:
Harkness
 
 
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Abdel R. Salaam
 
Abdel R. Salaam
 

Abdel R. Salaam is the Artistic Director Designate for DanceAfrica and the executive artistic director and choreographer of Forces of Nature Dance Theatre.

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