November 13: Brooklyn Loves Brooklyn: A Benefit for Hurricane Sandy Relief

Brooklyn Loves Brooklyn

Brooklyn’s dynamic arts organizations will present 10 minute samplings of the best they have to offer in dance, drama, music, spoken word, readings, and visual arts towards the Hope and Healing of our beloved BK.

Co-Organized by

Congressman-Elect Hakeem Jeffries, State Senator Velmanette Montgomery, Assemblyman-Elect Walter T. Mosley, Councilwoman Letitia James, District Leader Renee Collymore and the 88th Precinct

Hosted by

Ralph McDaniels and Laurie Cumbo

Participating Arts Organizations include

ActNow Arts Foundation, Inc.
Alexandra Beller/Dances
BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn featuring Dan Zanes
BOMB Magazine
Brooklyn Ballet
Brooklyn Music School
Dancewave
Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
Haiti Cultural Exchange
Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy
Irondale Ensemble Project
KowTeff African Dance Company
Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble
Mark Morris Dance Group
MoCADA
New York Writer’s Coalition
Noel Pointer Foundation
Purelements An Evolution in Dance
Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, A Dance Company
Roulette
Scenarios USA
SONYA (South of the Navy Yard Artists)
The Actors Fund Arts Center
The Town House Art Gallery
Urban Bush Women
Witness

All proceeds will be divided between REACHING OUT COMMUNITY SERVICES and RED HOOK INITIATIVE, Brooklyn-based charities directly involved in Sandy relief and recovery work in Coney Island and Red Hook.

The program will be broadcasted by BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn

Suggested donation at the door: $10

Cash bar and refreshments.

Be there, SPREAD THE WORD and show your love for Brooklyn!

For more information and to volunteer contact: Irondale at (718) 488-9233 or email Maria Knapp at maria@irondale.org

 

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