Contemporary Improvisation for Black Men-CIBM is a monthly improvisation dance gathering giving an opportunity for Black Men to move together creatively, physically and spiritually. Improvisation is a great way for Black Men (dancers-Modern, Ballet, Jazz, African, Tap, etc. & Non-Dancers; activists, writers, musicians, athletes, etc.) to deepening their Inter-Groove.
Contemporary Improvisation for Black Men-CIBM gathering (Monthly).
Note: 10/15/17 led by Orlando Hunter of Brotherhood Dance
Date: Sunday, October 15, 2017
Time: 3 pm - 6 pm
Cost: donation ($1 is appreciated)
Location: RestorationArts - Youth Arts Academy, 247 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, New York 11216, 2nd floor, Studio B
Take: A or C subway to Nostrand walk two blocks east, go inside plaza to building 247 Herkimer Brooklyn, New York 11216 (ring buzzer #2, 2nd-floor Studio B)
PLEASE NOTE: CIBM gatherings is NOT a show or presentation. We create a Safe Space with NO judgments, No cameras, and open to all abilities. What happens and said in the studio, stays in the studio....THANK YOU.
Please share upcoming improv. with other Black Men that might be interested via email, social media, website, word of mouth, etc.