African dance utilizes the concept of polyrhythm as well as total body articulation. Houzaifa will teach without music, but will incredible rhythmic movements.
Ting Chiao will teach you basic origami techniques. You will create at least two objects during your time at Pop Pub, sipping your soda, or glass of wine, beer or mimosa.
All ages welcome!
We are delighted to have designer and artist Patty "O" teach collage. She will inspire you to use your imagination as you cut, paste, and create ! Included with all materials is the choice of a soda, mimosa, wine or beer as you create.
Houzaifa Konditamde was born in Burkina Faso, Western Africa. He studied dance in West Africa and has become well known in the New York City area for his demonstrations and classes.
**Every year the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) works with the non-profit organizations Disability Pride NYC and Art Beyond Sight to organize the New York City Disability Pride Parade.
This year the parade will be held on Sunday, July 15, at 11:00AM.
Playwrights Horizons, a leading Off-Broadway theater and winner of six Pulitzer Prizes, is currently presenting I Was Most Alive with You — a stunning new play by three-time Tony Award nominee Craig Lucas.
This New York premiere features a number of exquisite Deaf artists between the cast, design team, and even features a Director of Artistic Sign Language.
Al Lepore's Annual ASL Expo at South Street Seaport- Pier 16
SUNDAY, October 14, 2018
10:00 AM -5:00 Pm
Free admission to all
Fun for the whole family with different companies and agencies in the Deaf Community. Visit the tables for Community information, give-aways and sometimes raffles.
COMMUNITY HAPPY HOUR
60 3rd Avenue, Manhattan- between East 10 and East 11th Streets
Because the 2nd Thursday in February is Valentine's Day 2/14, we will lift a glass on Wednesday, 2/13. Community Happy Hour will be back on Thursday in March.