02/12- 02/26 Event: Black Artstory Fridays 2016

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Event: Conversation: Art as Protest, Protest as Art

Friday, Feb 12, 7-9pm
*Space is limited/ Arrive Early

Moderated by Erica Cardwell with Panelists Jamal T. Lewis (cultural worker and emerging multidisciplinary performance artist), Janisha R. Gabriel (Speak My Name Project, board member of The BLK Projek, and the Technology & Design organizer for the #BlackLivesMatter), and Isissa Komada-John (Exhibitions Manager at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture). This panel will discuss the collective power of radical artistic communities. Artists will share their “entry points” and define “radical” as black practitioners and art makers.

Leisure Life, 559 Myrtle Avenue between Emerson & Classon
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Event: FILM: re-work/re-frame

Date: Friday, Feb 19, 7-9pm

*Space is limited/ Arrive Early
Featuring films by Yisa Fermin, Lindsay Catherine Harris, Jamal Lewis, Fredgy Noel and Esteban del Valle.
A Night of Short Films & Documentaries spotlighting voices unheard or unseen. A night to re-view and re-frame perceptions and interpretations of the lived experiences of people of color.

Pratt Institute’s Film/Video Center, 550 Myrtle Avenue
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Event: PERFORMANCE: The Glass Eye Featuring Hot Hands & members of Victorious Dance Company
Date: Friday, Feb 26, 7-9pm
*Space is limited/ Arrive Early

The placement of a camera on a body of authority as a deterrent of violence to another has created new forms of perception and symbolism concerning race relations and the growing paranoia for “the other” from both citizens and those sworn to protect them. The Glass Eye is a multi-disciplinary performance piece for voice, music, dance and film concerning the disembodiment of the black body through police violence; and the subsequent protests in reaction to these incidents—witnessed through the camera eye.
BLDG 92 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, 63 Flushing Ave at Carlton Avenue
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