The Impact of Immigrant Artists in Our Communities

On Saturday, October 29 at 1:30 pm, Ballet Hispánico staged a discussion about the economic impact of immigrant artists and their powerful capacity for innovation and cultural evolution. This event is was free and open to the public. Moderated by Tamia Santana, our Chief Engagement and Inclusion Officer, and featured a panel that included Eduardo Vilaro, our Artistic Director & CEO, this discussion is part of Ballet Hispánico’s Diálogos (Dialogues), a series devoted to examining issues centered on dance, race, and culture.

If you missed our last Diálogos in Cincinnati, you can watch it here. 


Featured Panelists:

Alfonso Cornejo Board President of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA

Hon. Aftab Pureval Mayor of Cincinnati

Lety Sanchez Community & Business Development Market Director, JPMorgan Chase

Gabriel Martínez Artist & Dancer

Maria Seda-Reeder Director of Exhibitions and Artist Support Initiatives, Wave Pool

Eduardo Vilaro Artistic Director & CEO, Ballet Hispánico

About The Event

Diálogos: The Impact of Immigrant Artists in Our Communities Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase

Moderated by Tamia Santana Chief Engagement and Inclusion Officer, Ballet Hispánico

Digital Program 

Diálogos is Ballet Hispánico's conversation series exploring the interconnections of the arts, social justice, and Latino cultures.

Event Archive

September 22, 2022
Reimagining Heteronormativity in Dance
September 15, 2022
Instituto Coreográfico with Omar Román De Jesús
March 24, 2022
Diálogos Social Justice Through the Arts
October 15, 2021
Ballet Hispánico's 50 Year Legacy
October 5, 2021
Colorism in the Arts and Anti-blackness within Latinx Communities
September 2, 2020
The Stereotypes of Machismo in Dance
August 20, 2020
Colorism: The Afro-Latina Identity
January 10, 2018
Women of Color in the Arts
October 6, 2016
Flamenco: Finding Voice Through Fusion
August 4, 2016

Diálogos at the Arnhold Center

Log In

Forgot your password?