In the Spotlight:
Diálogos: Women of Color in the Arts on January 10
Diálogos, Ballet Hispánico's conversation series, explores the interconnections of the arts, social justice, and Latino cultures. These forums include a panel of distinguished speakers who create a safe space where participants share in discussions that help bring a better understanding of dance, race, and culture. Our upcoming Diálogos on women of color in the arts will be moderated by Tamia Santana (Founder and Director of the Brooklyn Dance Festival) . Panelists include Marisol Alcántara (New York State Senator), Ayodele Casel (Actress, Tap Dancer, Choreographer), Maria Torres (Director, Choreographer, Producer), and Lauren Argentina Zelaya (Assistant Curator, Public Programs – Brooklyn Museum). Click here to register.
Ballet Hispánico at the Arnhold Center
Ballet Hispánico’s home is an interdisciplinary cultural and community resource made possible by Honorary Chair Jody Gottfried Arnhold and the Arnhold family. Through panels, forums, exhibitions and other public programming, the Arnhold Center will further an awareness of Latino art forms as a tool for social and cultural acceptance and as a powerful agent for dialogue about race, equity and access.