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USSEA Arts Conference presents an Inclusive World: Bridging Communities
The United States Society for Education through the Arts (USSEA) commits to actively lead and support multicultural and cross cultural initiatives that foster teamwork, collaboration, and communication to achieve greater understanding of the social and cultural aspects of the arts in education. The 2015 USSEA Conference will examine art education in classrooms, museums and community arts organizations over a three day period. Friday – Sunday, July 17-19, 2015.
The Queens Theatre presents: Lincoln Center Local Screenings in Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens Theatre is partnering with Lincoln Center Education to present free outdoor screenings of some of the most impactful Lincoln Center performances of the past 3 years. The screenings will take place every Tuesday of August at 8pm in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on the Festival Lawn behind Queens Theatre. Each performance will reflect Lincoln Center’s eclectic programming as well Queen’s diverse population.
Rele Ountò, The Second Annual Frisner Augustin Memorial Drum Festival
The Second Annual Frisner Augustin Memorial Drum Festival will showcase the best of Haiti’s contemporary drummers and remembers those from the past. The festival will take place at Roulette in Downtown Brooklyn, an elegant state-of-the-art concert hall dedicated to the celebration of music. This year the festival features Sanba Kebyesou, Fanmi Asotò, Rara Solojha, The Makandal Drummers with Taïna Ligonde, and a new video short about the legendary Ti Roro. Sunday, June 26, 2015.
New Century Artists presents 4 2 1 - 4 Hands + 2 Cultures = 1 Artist
New Century Artists invites you to a solo exhibit of paintings co-created by Cuban artist, Pablo Perea and American artist, Linda Storm. Together they are four hands, two cultures, one artist, who paint on the same canvases. There will be two receptions to meet the artists on July 2 from 6-8 PM and July 11 from 12-3 PM. On view June 30-July 11, 2015.