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Free to Be Open Studios Classes Hosted by Artsucation Academy Network on Zoom

Hosted by Artsucation Academy Network on Zoom
Drop in and out for this action packed series. Hosted by Artsucation Academy Network, stretch, drum, and dance your way through a day of free exercise classes!
Each class is 45 minutes with a 5 minute break in between, hosted all on the same Zoom.
10-10:45am B.A.S.E.S. Stretch class with Ms. Hanan
10:50-11:35am Afro Contemporary with Baidy Ba live from Senegal
11:40am - 12:25pm Afrobeat with Tamara Jones
12:30 - 1:15pm Mother Daughter Cardio Challenge with Shyana Broughton and Nyeelah Broughton

Juneteenth Day: "Visions of Our Future" Virtual Performances

Join us on Juneteenth for the “Visions of Our Future” virtual performances. The artists performing will be M’Bosse Dance Company of Senegal and Keepers of the Culture Performing Arts Company with music by Elder Brian Jarawa Gray, Antwain Johnson, Jr. as Fred Hampton, and the Rahsaan Langley Project. This event will be hosted by Hanan Hameen, Co-Founder of the Official Juneteenth Coalition of Greater New Haven.

Juneteenth Opening Ceremony, Elder Honoring, and Mantle Award

The Juneteenth Opening Ceremony will include messages by Mayor Justin Elicker and Elder Byron Breland, as well as performances by Dr. Karima Robinson as Ida B. Wells, Keepers of the Culture Performing Arts Company, singer Lucitta Odyce Adger, artist/poet Shaunda Holloway, and singers Pamela Campbell and son, Gabriel Abdul-Kareem. The event will be hosted by Chaz Carmon, Hanan Hameen, and Tennille Murphy of the Official Juneteenth Coalition of Greater New Haven.

VIRTUAL: Transcending Conflict Through Song (day 2)

Join the Yale International Alliance and the Yale Alumni Association Board of Governors for an interactive session on Transcending Conflict Through Song with Micah Hendler ‘11, founder and artistic director of The Jerusalem Youth Chorus.
In this interactive and participatory 90-minute session for the Yale Alumni community, Micah will dig deep into the musical bridge-building methods this Israeli-Palestinian chorus has pioneered in Jerusalem and explore their global applications as manifested through the work of Raise Your Voice Labs.

Keynote Conversation, Vanessa German and Anne Collins Smith with Cynthia Schwarz

The keynote for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Students and Mentors Institute in Technical Art History, this conversation between artist Vanessa German and curator Anne Collins Smith will broach issues of materiality and care, as well as preservation of the tangible and intangible, with respect to German’s work. German engages both the material and immaterial in her mixed-media artworks and in her practice as a citizen artist based in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

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