Resident Salons @ the cell
Blackboard Reading Series
A reading series devoted to Black Playwrights throughout the African Diaspora that takes place every 2nd monday of the month @ the cell.
Visit www.blackboardplays.com for more information, Email submissions: email@example.com
Irish Artists and Writers
The Salon, the brainchild of Malachy McCourt, allows IAW&A members the opportunity to present in the medium of their choice: a reading from a work in progress, a video, a comedy skit, storytelling or a song, whatever the participant would like to present.
The event is meant to be low-keyed and that’s exactly what it is, a group of artists gathered to support one another in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.
While you must be a member to present, the proceedings are free and open to all.
For more information on the Salon or joining the IAW&A contact Charles Hale firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit IAW&A on the web!
Incubated by Nancy Manocherian @ the cell – A Twenty First Century Salon in the heart of Chelsea.
This new series hopes to ignite the inner vision of how to help the jazz community, trademarked “Tranemiles Presents…”
Please contact: email@example.com If interested in a patronage-partnership for this new Jazz Series.
Tribeca New Music Festival
Tribeca New Music, led by composer/artistic director Preston Stahly, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the presentation and performance of an important new genre known as avant pop—composers creatively engaged with our popular culture. We live in ocean of popular culture (pop music, film, media, art, commercials, the internet, fashion, design, literature, etc.). The music we program reflects this reality as we challenge, inspire, entertain, and thereby connect the public to the best of new American music.