Tag Archives: Brooklyn Arts Council

Rites and Ceremonies of the Brooklyn African Diaspora

BHS is pleased to join the Brooklyn Arts Council in hosting a discussion panel featuring founders of annual events, ceremonies and rituals in Brooklyn, including Yolanda Lezama-Clark from the West Indian American Labor Day Parade, Brenda Grenne from the National … Continue reading

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FOLK FEET: Irina Roizin

This past year, BHS and the Brooklyn Arts Council partnered on an oral history project interviewing local dancers.  BAC initiated Folk Feet, a Folk Arts program dedicated to supporting the work of traditional dancers in Brooklyn, in 2003. The goals … Continue reading

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FOLK FEET: Carlos Vasquez

This past year, BHS and the Brooklyn Arts Council partnered on an oral history project interviewing local dancers.  BAC initiated Folk Feet, a Folk Arts program dedicated to supporting the work of traditional dancers in Brooklyn, in 2003. The goals … Continue reading

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FOLK FEET: Marie Basse-Wiles

This past year, BHS and the Brooklyn Arts Council partnered on an oral history project interviewing local dancers.  BAC initiated Folk Feet, a Folk Arts program dedicated to supporting the work of traditional dancers in Brooklyn, in 2003. The goals … Continue reading

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FOLK FEET: Shock-a-lock

This past year, BHS and the Brooklyn Arts Council partnered on an oral history project interviewing local dancers.  BAC initiated Folk Feet a Folk Arts program dedicated to supporting the work of traditional dancers in Brooklyn in 2003. The goals … Continue reading

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