Events

Fall 2019

September –

9/19 – Thurs, 12-2pm. Salsa Under The Sun Music by: The Arora & Zon del Barrio feat. Fania All-Star, Nicky Marrero.   Location: North Quad by the North Hall Library

9/21-9/22 – Latinx Fest @Children’s Museum of Manhattan http://cmom.org/event/latinx-fest/

9/19 – Thurs, 5:30-8pm. Gallery Show, RESPECT: Exploration of Black & Afro-Latinx Female Identity. Location: Casita Maria Gallery

9/20 – Fri, 1-3pm. Before Night Falls. The Rainbow Alliance celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a showing of Before Night Falls, the film based on the autobiography of Cuban poet and novelist, Reinaldo Arenas. Popcorn will be served. Location: Meister Hall 226

9/26 – Fri, 6-8:30pm. 50 YEARS OF LA COLECCIÓN. In celebration of El Museo del Barrio’s 50th anniversary. Location: El Museo del Barrio

9/27- Fri, 3-4:15pm. The Future of Media is Latinx: A Conversation on Race, Ethnicity and Global… by The Latinx Project. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-media-is-latinx-a-conversation-on-race-ethnicity-and-global-media-tickets-63437146212?aff=ebapi

9/25 – Sun, 12-4pm. Ballet Hispánico Hispanic Heritage Month: A La Calle Block Party 2019 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ballet-hispanico-hispanic-heritage-month-a-la-calle-block-party-2019-registration-65959090415

October –

10/2-12-11- 6-9pm. New York Latin American Art Triennial.  Triennial explores the

“Progressive Transition,” the action and the effect of moving from one state to another. Location: The Longwood Art Gallery @Hostos Community College

10/15 – Tues, 2-4pm. Latina Outsiders Remaking Latina Identity, edited by BCC’s Dr. Grisel Y. Acosta, The Association of Latino Faculty and Staff sponsored event celebrating the publication of the Routledge anthology. Light refreshments will be served. Location: Roscoe Brown 211

10/19 – Sat, 12-5pm. Dia de Muertos Celebration. Location: El Museo del Barrio

10/22 – Tues, 6-8pm. Dominicana, with Author Angie Cruz Co-sponsors: Creative Writing Club, Womxn Up! & Association of Latino Faculty & Staff Location: Roscoe Brown 311A

10/25 – Fri, 2pm. Poets and Writers sponsored Latinx Reading Series, curated by Prof. Vincent Toro, featuring Willie Perdomo, author of Where a Nickle Costs a Dime, Shorty Bon Bon and The Crazy Bunch Location: North Hall & Library 109

0/27 – Sun, 11-4pm. Hub City Sounds: 5th Annual Corazon Latino Festival.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hub-city-sounds-5th-annual-corazon-latino-festival-tickets-63129619391?aff=aff0eventful

November –

11/1 – Puerto Rican History Month – Comité Noviembre https://www.comitenoviembre.org/ 11/12 – Tues, 6-8pm. Daughters of the Stone, with Author Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa

Co-Sponsors:  with Creative Writing Club, Womxn up! & Association of Latino Faculty & Staff Location: North Hall & Library 109

11/13 – Wed, 6-8pm. Being Brown: Sonia Sotomayor and the Latinx Question

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/being-brown-sonia-sotomayor-and-the-latinx-question-tickets-63437036885?invite=&err=29&referrer=&discount=&affiliate=&eventpassword= 

December –

Annual ALFS Toy Drive. Donate a wrapped toy for a child in BCC’s Child Development Center. List of children names will be distributed at a later date. We will help Santa deliver the presents to the adopted classroom in early December. More information will follow.

January –

1/6 – Mon, 8-2pm. 44th Annual Three Kings Day. Location: El Museo del Barrio

1/31 – Fri 11pm. AZUCAR! A Latinx and Hispanic Show.

https://donyc.com/events/2020/1/31/azucar-a-latinx-and-hispanic-show

 

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