Learn about the influence of Double Dutch on the arts and the city of New York at this enlightening discussion with some of NYC's most dynamic artists and cultural purveyors.

 

Family Weekend

Living Legacy: Double Dutch’s Impact on the Arts and NYC

Discussion

Organized by Women of Color in the Arts

Panelists Theresa Ruth Howard (Founder/Curator, Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet), Rokafella (pioneering b-girl, Co-Founder of Full Circle Productions), and Monique Martin (Director of Programming at Harlem Stage)
Moderated by Kaisha Johnson (Founding Director of Women of Color in the Arts)

Saturday, July 29 David Rubenstein Atrium

Free Show
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Venue and Accessibility

David Rubenstein Atrium
61 West 62 Street
  • Wheelchair-accessible seating Wheelchair-accessible seating
  • Assistive listening devices Assistive listening devices

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