How We Are Connected – The Carribean

How We Are Connected - The Caribbean

A Special Collaboration with:

El Museo del Barrio

Brooklyn Museum

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center. (Partially developed with LPAC Lab Grant).

PERFORMANCE DATES:
7pm Sept 28, LaGuardia (LPAC)
8pm, Oct 13, El Museo del Barrio
2:30pm, Oct 20, Brooklyn Museum
3pm, Nov 4, PS. 69 (Queens)

Register here: HOW WE ARE CONNECTED – The Caribbean

As the founder of NICODA, I am honored to be able to welcome the public to four theatrical performances of HOW WE ARE CONNECTED – The Caribbean. This is the first project in a six year series of programs that engages our audiences and the public in this very important discussion about who we are and how we relate to others in the world.

How We Are Connected performanceIn order to continue to provide these and other programs that not only tell the story of the collective human journey, but heighten the dialogue about multiculturalism and diversity, we need your financial help. Join us on this journey and show your support.

$200 highlights you as a Platinum Sponsor; $100 highlights you in our Gold category; $50 names you as Silver and $20 names you as a Bronze sponsor. Click DONATE TO NICODA NOW to make a secure tax deductible donation to the organization.

You may also mail a check to NICODA, 107-23 71st Road, #103, Forest Hills, NY 11375, payable to our fiscal sponsor, NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts).

Help us enlarge this discussion about diversity and multiculturalism. All supporters will be named in a special section on our website each year, unless you indicate otherwise.

All performances of HOW WE ARE CONNECTED – The Caribbean are FREE TO THE PUBLIC. We highly recommend registering early to secure your seat. To register, click HOW WE ARE CONNECTED – The Caribbean

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About NICODA
NICODA is the New International Center of Diverse Artists, a performing arts organization that believes it is important that cultures speak to each other. Our mission is to provide a platform to excite artistic collaborations between an ethnically and culturally diverse group of artists and foster diversity in the arts, while encouraging artists to reach inside and touch their own unique vision of self and art. NICODA. Aspire. be.

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