Tracking Traditions Along the B/Q

Tracking Traditions Along the B/Q

Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC)’s Folk Arts program announces a series of summer programs celebrating traditional art forms from cultures found along the B/Q train lines in Brooklyn. In collaboration with Russian, Ukrainian, Crimean, Chinese, Mongolian, Georgian, Haitian, Armenian, Belarusian, Tajik, Uzbek, Azerbaijaini, and Pakistani cultural communities, public programs will take place on subway platforms  and in community spaces throughout the borough in June and July, culminating in the second annual Brooklyn Roots Festival in Prospect Park.

 

 

8th Annual Brooklyn Folk Arts Day

Saturday, June 8th, 2019  |  12-6:30 pm  | Folk Dance Club Kaleidoscope


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Ghazal Night: Literary Colors from Pakistan

Saturday, June 22nd  |  7pm -10pm  |  Royal Banquet Hall (Flatbush)


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Who are the Crimean Tatars of Ukraine?

Saturday, June 29th  |  3-5 pm  |  Sheepshead Bay Library


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Reclaiming the Land: Burkinabe Bounty film screening

Saturday, July 13th   |  7:30 pm  |  Q Gardens Community Farm (Flatbush)


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Lion Dance

Friday, July 19th  |  6-7 pm  |  Kings Highway B/Q Station (Midwood)


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Brooklyn Roots Festival 2019

Sunday, July 28th  |  12-7 pm  |  Prospect Park, Children's Corner