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Dances for a Variable Population presents Washington Square Dances 2015
Join Dances For A Variable Population in Washington Square Park for the annual dance event. Featuring DVP’s multigenerational company, the Red Silk dancers and seniors from our free programs in Washington Square Park with choreography by Artistic Director Naomi Goldberg Haas, Margaret Yuen, Sandra Genter and Bruce Heath.
September 19-20, 2015
Wild Project presents Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts
Between the Seas Festival returns for its 5th season with a rich program of dance and theater from Lebanon, Catalonia, Greece, Turkey, Italy and the US. Kid friendly shows, contemporary dance, flamenco, modern drama, discussions and stage readings bring a Mediterranean breeze to the heart of New York.
September 8-13, 2015
Haitian Cultural Exchange presents Mizik Ayiti featuring Earthman Experience and Paul Beaubrun & Zing Experience
Join Brooklyn’s Haitian Cultural Exchange for the final Mizik Ayiti! for the year at DROM NYC featuring electrifying performances by Earthman Experience and Paul Beaubrun & Zing Experience. Opening the night is Haitian-born vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Richard “Earthman” Laurent, who leads this world music and funk ensemble inspired by Fela Kuti. The second act, Paul Beaubrun and his band Zing Experience will take the night away with their exhilarating Haitian roots, rock and reggae sound.
Admission: $15 in advance and $20 at the door
September 2, 2015.
The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 presents Cosmo COSMO by Andres Jaque / Office for Political Innovation
Winner of the 16th annual Young Architects Program (YAP) in New York, COSMO by Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City is a moveable artifact, made out of customized irrigation components, to make visible and enjoyable the so-far hidden urbanism of pipes we live by. Every Saturday through September 5, PS1’s Warm Up outdoor music series takes place under this award-winning structure.
On view through September 7, 2015