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Danceafrica Community Workshop
Sat, May 28, 2022
 
DanceAfrica Community Workshop
Classes

Co-presented by BAM and Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy

 

The DanceAfrica Community Workshop is canceled due to inclement weather.


Caregivers and children alike deepen their engagement with DanceAfrica in this fun-filled, hands-on workshop with BAM teaching artist Adia Whitaker on the fundamentals of Haitian movement and music.

All ages. Registration is full but walkups are welcome as space allows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Canceled
 
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Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6 at Liberty Lawn

 
TICKET INFO

ALL TICKETS:  FREE

All events will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff.

 

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Saturday May 28, 2022
Performances no longer available.
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Leadership support for BAM Access Programs provided by the Jerome L. Greene Foundation

Jerome L. Greene Foundation

Leadership support for programming in the Howard Gilman Opera House and off-site programs provided by:

Howard Gilman

Leadership support for the BAM Hamm Archives and BAM Film, Community, and Education programs provided by The Thompson Family Foundation

Leadership support for BAM Education programs provided by: The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation; The SHS Foundation; and The Thompson Family Foundation

 

Major Sponsor of BAM Community Programs:

Coned

 

Major Sponsor of BAM Education Programs

Santander

Major support for BAM Education programs provided by: Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation; Constans Culver Foundation; The FAR Fund; The Emily Davie & Joseph S. Kornfeld Foundation; Tiger Baron Foundation; and Joseph LeRoy and Ann C. Warner Fund

BIO
ADIA TAMAR WHITAKER
The artistic director of Àṣẹ Dance Theatre Collective, Adia Tamar Whitaker performs contemporary dance, vernacular movement, Afro-Haitian, and Haitian dance. She was an Urban Bush Women Apprentice, a Jerome Foundation grantee, and an Isadora Duncan Award recipient. In 2019, she received the prestigious NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Award in Choreography; completed a residency at the Kennedy Center; and premiered Have K(NO!)w Fear; A Bluessical at ODC Dance Theater in San Francisco. A participant in BAM’s DanceAfrica 2021, she is most proud of her accomplishments as a mother.
DANCEAFRICA 2022
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