Paloma McGregor and her daughter Olamina in performance of Building a Better Fishtrap on St. Croix. Photo by Quiana L. Adams.

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Studies Project: All Together Now: Artist-Parent Community Meet-up

Sita Frederick

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Paloma McGregor

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Anthony Romero

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Abbey Williams

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12:00pm – 2:00pm
March 17, 2018
FREE
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Exit at Delancey Street and walk down to Grand st.

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  • All Studies Project events are free and open to the public

A continuation of our 2017 conversation, Does the Dance Field Make Room for Dancer-Parents? this conversation brings together a group of interdisciplinary artist-parents, dancers, organizers and children to talk about how the field can provide support through resource sharing and providing supportive environments and programs for artist parents and children alike. Re-imagining supportive community networks tailored to artists and sharing thoughts on the work and expectations of child-rearing, All Together Now: Artist-Parent Community Meet-up, hopes to create a recurring conversation focused on the experiences and needs of artist-parents and their children.  

There will be in-room childcare provided for this event.

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