An event that blends tango class + party/ milonga at El Barrio's Artspace. Come learn, socialize, have fun, ...
Every 4th Sunday starting June 23rd, 5 PM – 10 PM
5 PM – 6 PM Argentine Tango Lesson master Dragan Ranitovic and Olga
6 PM – 10 PM Milonga with guest DJ Ko Tanaka
Admission : Class : $15 / Class + Milonga : $20
Drinks and food will be sold.
Table reservations: email@example.com
Host: Dragan Ranitovic – 646 – 361 – 6761
Co-host: Elliott Ortiz
Indiosyncrasy is the coming-out story of “Nene” a New York Latino man coming to terms with repressed facets of his identity. In a desperate attempt to understand himself, he leaves his wife and two children and falls into addiction. “Nene” ultimately finds redemption as he battles against internalized homophobia, heterosexism and stereotypes.
Presented in mini tableaus and based on true life experiences Indiosyncrasy uses monologue, spoken word and Afro-Cuban song and dance to explore labels “Nene” has been given - husband, father, son, friend and faggot.
Indiosyncrasy is a lyrical and visual journey that is both personal and spiritual. Melendez delivers a lot of energy along with a provocative message that most of us need to be reminded of. One of the most important things he shows us is that while we all have idiosyncrasies, we are also all united in our humanity. NYTHEATRE.COM
One night only, Friday, June 21st, 2019 @ 8:00 pm.
Eventbrite: $15.00 Door: $ 20.00
Artwork, Ceramics and Textiles created at the Leonard Covello Senior Program
Opening Reception - June 21st - 6 PM - 8PM
Workshops + Pop Up Shop - June 26th - 4 PM - 7PM
Closing Reception - June 29 - 3 PM - 5 PM
Daily Gallery Hours - 10 AM - 6 PM
For more on the program visit www.carterburdennetwork.org/making-art-work or contact Liz Curtin 212-423-9665 Ext. 432 firstname.lastname@example.org
Come out and celebrate World Pride NYC 2019 and Stone Wall’s 50th Anniversary with a Studio 54 style party!
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transexual
Live performances by Baroness Zelina Duval, David Padilla, Baroness Paige Monroe From the Imperial Court of NYC
Live Voguing Competition coordinated by David Padilla
Cash Prize for best dressed
Co-Host by Elliot Ortiz
Tickets $ 10.00 (Can also be purchased on eventbrite)
Washington Community Improvement Council presents the 3rd annual Pre-Father’s Day event.
WCIC is accepting non-perishable donations for the East Harlem Premiere Annual Father’s Day event on June 16th.
RSVP to Ralph Rodriguez at 347-300-5422 by Friday, June 7th, 2019
By: Apab’yan Tew
Featuring performances by XBF’s students of all levels, ages and abilities. Join us in celebrating Spain and flamenco with complimentary libations and tapas.
Doors open: 12:30 PM
Showtime: 1:00 pm
Tickets: $ 25.00 | Residents $ 5.00
For more information, check out XIANIX.COM or 646-283-1873
The Shakespeare Forum presents: Othello[s]
By William Shakespeare
Directed by sybille Bruun Moss | Assistant Director Maxon Davis
Featuring: Amara James Aja* | Kia Nicole Boyer* | Ari Dalbert * Antonio Disla | Alice Kabia | Brian Linden* | Sara Mainowski | Francis Mateo | Tyler Moss* | Miguel Rivera
General Admission: $ 20 | Under 18 - Free
For tickets, additional events & more information about the El Barrio’s Shakespeare Festival 2019 please visit: www.shakespeareforum.org
Opening Reception: Saturday April 20, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
"Past Forward" is a multimedia group exhibit that explores art‘s autonomy not as a genuine theoretical claim but as strategic one, where the suggestion is that only by claiming that art is indemnified by its very nature against moral culture can we prevent the forms of censorship that art is regularly subject to; this show includes artworks by Angel Delgado, Armando Guiller, Frank Guiller, Paola Martinez, Alexis Mendoza, Naivy Pérez and Elio Rodríguez. But this strategic appeal to autonomy may purchase art‘s freedom only at the cost of denying art‘s power. Much of contemporary Cuban art seems haunted by the past, by ghostly apparitions that are reanimated in reproductive media. By using dated, passé, or quasi-extinct stylistic devices, subject matter, and technologies, this art embodies a melancholic longing for an otherwise irrecoverable past. “Past Forward” examines myriad ways into recent practice and in the process underscores the unique power of reproductive media while documenting a widespread contemporary obsession, both collective and individual, with accessing the past. The works included in the exhibition range from photography, painting, sculpture and installations.
Fashion Designer Glenys Rivas, has her next fashion show “Chic” on February 9, 2019, at 6pm during New York City Fashion Week.
Free Tickets at: http://www.modadsign.com
Glenys Rivas stated, “This year I bring a new proposal more simple and fresh, that’s why I had decided to call my new collection Autumn/Winter 2019 (CHIC). For more information you can contact us via text at (646) 854-8507.
Designer Larry Underwood is synonymous with innovative men’s fashion. Come celebrate three decades of impeccable style and fashion.
Larry Underwood invites you to immerse yourself in a journey through 30 years of creativity, vision, design and evolution. From the runway to features in magazines, designing and styling for recording artist Kyla Imani, and many other private clients, his collections continue to exude timeless fashion. Models will walk in his vintage through current collections.