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WaterWorks at 10: Visionary Artists and Transformative Art (SOLD OUT)

  • Harlem Stage 150 Convent Avenue New York, NY, 10031 United States (map)
Photo by Aurora Fiorentino Scerbo

Photo by Aurora Fiorentino Scerbo


This discussion series is dedicated to reflecting on the visionary artists and transformative art that has been, and continues to be, created in the Gatehouse. It is designed to highlight the significance of our WaterWorks commissioning program—past, present and future, while creating space for dialogue, community and transformational ideas. Join us for an intimate dinner party examining hidden influences in American Pop Culture and the importance of intersectional artistic practice; featuring WaterWorks artist Tamar-kali in conversation around her new work Demon Fruit Blues

She will be joined by Kyra Gaunt PhD, Elissa Blount Moorhead, Laina Dawes and Peg Schuler-Armstrong, in a conversation focusing on the role of the ‘Blues Woman’ in contemporary music and how the legacy of African American culture and traditions inform her new work. 

Less than 30 tickets remaining.

Earlier Event: November 6
A Misty Copeland Ballet Class