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Diálogos: Art, Social Justice, and Latinx Dance Workers in the NYC Dance Ecology

Diálogos: Art, Social Justice, and Latinx Dance Workers in the NYC Dance Ecology

About: Join Dance/NYC and Ballet Hispánico for a long table conversation, Diálogos, on art, social justice, and Latinx dancemakers and cultural workers in the NYC Dance Ecology. Inspired by Camille A. Brown’s The Gathering, the event will bring together self-identifying Latinx dancers, choreographers, educators, and administrators for a long table discussion to articulate their needs and recommendations for thriving artistic practice in the metropolitan NYC area. What are the contributions of Latinx dance makers to what is today’s NYC Dance Landscape? How do we continue to preserve, support and resource Latinx dance makers and cultural workers? What is the impact that systems of oppression have on Latinx dance makers and cultural workers and what is their role in addressing social justice issues?

When: Thursday, September 26, 2019, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Ballet Hispánico, 167 West 89th Street, Studio 10, New York, NY 10024

Accessibility:   Ballet Hispánico is an accessible venue. Wheelchair ramps and elevators are available via the main entrance. All restrooms are gender inclusive and wheelchair accessible. Studios and rooms are lit by fluorescent lights. Sign language interpreting services are available upon request. We will not be able to provide child care or health care for this event. If you require reasonable accommodation, please contact Christopher Núñez at least two weeks prior to the event via email at or call 212-966-4452 (voice only).