Virtual Salon – Monday, February 22, 6:30 pm (EST)
The Clark Center for the Performing Arts, a vision inspired by dance luminary Alvin Ailey, and other celebrated dancers and educators, was established in 1959 and has always been known for diversity, inclusion and providing opportunities for African-American artists and artists of color. Join us as the Clark Center community will share this history and legacy through the lens of Expressions: Black Lives Matter – An Arts Collaboration of dance, visual arts and spoken word.
This event will feature Ramona Candy, John Parks, Juliet Seignious and Audrey Madison as these artists/dancers share their work and discuss our commitment to black lives and black art. Moderated by Diedra Harris-Kelley.
This program is presented by the Clark Center NYC as part of the Harlem Renaissance 100 celebration, in partnership with the Harlem Cultural Collaborative and Harlem One Stop.
The lecture will be followed by audience Q&A with Diedra Harris-Kelley via Zoom chat.
Live streaming on Remembering Clark Center Facebook and YouTube