Watch & Learn
Now streaming: Making Moves Dance Festival 2020: Switchin' It Up
JCAL’s Making Moves Dance Festival 2020 will feature 11 New York City-based professional choreographers, from new and early-career artists to emerging and underrepresented talents.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, JCAL will present the 11th annual festival as a virtual experience. Each dance company will deliver its performance, on Friday, Sept. 25 and Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, on JCAL’s digital platforms.
Building Equity Project
Building Equity Project Programs
Building Equity for Immigrant, Indigenous and Native American Artists is a pilot program from JCAL. Supported by a grant from New York Community Trust, it is dedicated to researching, engaging and promoting underrepresented artists in our community, and to providing greater access for audiences to see and to experience their work.
Recent programs include 500 Years & Counting: The East Coast Blind Spot; Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean: A Focus on the Taíno; Puerto Rico Update with Prolibertad; and Film & Music: Sounds of Siberia. All the recordings of these live-streamed events are available on our Youtube channel.
Connect & Explore
Art as Self-Reflection:
2020 ARTWorks Group Show
On View at the Jamaica Arts Center and Online
September 17 - October 21, 2020
Virtual Artist Talk: October 7, 6PM
ARTWorks is JCAL's professional development fellowship for emerging artists. Art as Self-Reflection is the culminating exhibition for the Seminar Fellows and will be on view by appointment and online. Participating artists are: Julia Forrest, Monnero Guervil, Angela Miskis, Dario Mohr, MO$H MALi, Nancy Paredes, Megan Roper, and Marie E. Saint-Cyr.
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