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August 3
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August 5

Bullet Catcher

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July 14

In the Steps of Salsa: Walking Tour

Inspired by the exhibition, Rhythm & Power: Salsa in New York (opening summer 2017), Elena Martinez, folklorist at City Lore, will lead a walking tour of East Harlem, the barrio of salsa, to explore the music venues, theaters, and social clubs that fostered the nascent dance movement. 

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Gibney Dance Company presents excerpts of Gina Gibney’s Folding In, a meditation on the cycle of extension, resolution, and return. Kinesis Project dance theatre presents excerpts of TimePiece: Another imperfect measurement of us

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June 24
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September 10

Boogie on the Boulevard 2017

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Mostly Mozart Festival

Mostly Mozart Festival is an annual celebration of Mozart, his creative legacy, and the magic of a music-filled summer in the city.

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June 24
June 25

Harlem Arts Festival

Harlem Arts Festival is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization co -founded in 2010 by three young arts entrepreneurs living in Harlem. Now in its 6th season, HAF presents multi-disciplinary performances throughout the year in Harlem and New York City, culminating in an annual festival that takes place in Marcus Garvey Park at the Richard Rodgers amphitheater.

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June 15

Unshackled Ink

Inspired by the work of Robert Blackburn (1920-2003), an artist, teacher, and printmaker, our young curators have produced Unshackled Ink: Prints from the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Collection, which explores printmaking as a way to liberate, uplift, and empower. This exhibition celebrates being unapologetically black.

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June 14

Black Music Month in Argentina and Uruguay with Tango Negro

In celebration of Black Music Month, the Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery will present the documentary Tango Negro: The African Roots of Tango. Directed by Angolan filmmaker Dom Pedro, the beautiful film explores the African roots of tango in Argentina and Uruguay.


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