The Actors Fund Arts Center, 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn NY
Join us for a cultural conversation about the importance of giving communities access to and use of their own cultural heritage materials.
Brooklyn Arts Council will host a cultural conversation about the importance of giving communities access to and use of their own cultural heritage materials—such as audio, video, and photographic records of music, dance, and other cultural traditions—for the benefit of future generations.
Panelists will include:
Robert Baron, Ph.D, Folk Arts Program Director at the New York State Council on the Arts
Anna L. Wood, Ph.D, Director of the Association for Cultural Equity
Don Fleming, Executive Director of the Association for Cultural Equity
Nana Dr. Rokoto, Chief of Aprade, Ghana
Part of The Actors Fund Community Arts Festival. www.actorsfund.org/communityartsfestival
7:30pm - Ganavya & Rajna 8:15pm - Bop Kabbalah+Voices (Judith Berkson/Ty Citerman/Sara Serpa) Arete Gallery, Brooklyn Tickets $15 Co-sponsored by Brooklyn Arts Council and Anti-Social Music.
On Sunday Feb. 3, at 3 PM, enjoy Regina Opera’s 2-hour concert of Broadway and operetta tunes from shows including "Guys and Dolls", "Phantom of the Opera", "My Fair Lady", & "The Merry Widow".