Recent Events


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Winter 2017

Friday February 3, 7:30 PM

Friday Film Fiesta: “All Night Bodega” (2002)

Directed by Felix Olivier

Film Screening Series Curated by Oscar González-Barreto

Viernes de Poesía y Bronx: Animal

Friday, January 27, 7:30 PM

Led by Fatima Vélez, prize-winning poet from Colombia


Fall 2016

September 30 & October 28

“Viernes de Poesía y Bronx”

Led by Fatima Vélez, prize-winning poet from Colombia

 

October 21 5:30 PM, at BronxArtSpace, 305 East 140th Street

Piano con sabor Latino! (Pablo Mayor and Folklore Urbano)

An evening of Latin music at our neighbor gallery BronxArtSpace, by ArtsLatinoNY students of renowned Colombian pianist, educator, and composer Pablo Mayor, Director of Folklore Urbano NYC. The event is part of BronxArtSpace’s exhibition “The Border Crossed Me.”

 

Friday, November 4, 7 – 9 PM

Book Launch and Gallery Opening

Reading and launch of book by Colombian artist Daniel Santiago, documenting the renovation of ID Studio’s house and the lives of immigrants who worked on it, including an installation of photos from the book. Books will be available for sale.

 

Friday, November 18, 7:30 PM

Friday Film Fiesta: “GLORIA” (1980)
Directed by John Cassavettes

Film Screening Series Curated by Oscar González-Barreto

 

Friday, December 2, 7:30 PM

“Yo persigo una forma” (“I seek a form”) Poetry Readings in Spanish

Led by Fatima Vélez, prize-winning poet from Colombia

 

Friday, December 9, 6:30 PM

Friday Film Fiesta: “A Bronx Tale” (1993)
Directed by Robert De Niro

Film Screening Series Curated by Oscar González-Barreto

 

December 8 (6PM), Dec 11 (5 PM) Dec 15 & 17 (6 PM)

“El Pesebre”

An interactive family Christmas pageant by noted Colombian playwright, Jorge Plata Saray. Music, dance, and food. Collaboration between ID Studio Theater, Folklore Urbano and Pajarillo Pinta’o. Directed by Germán Jaramillo, with music by Pablo Mayor and dance by Daniel Fetecua


Summer 2016

Children’s Theater:

In July 2016, Nelson Celis, Director of the National Theater of the Arts in Bogotá, Colombia, directed “Arthur the Kid,” a play for children starring a six-year-old girl from the Mott Haven. This play will continue to be performed for children in schools and neighborhood centers.

 

International Exchange Programs:

working with DreamYard in the Bronx and the Théâtre du bout du monde in Nanterre, we created a theater workshop / exchange program between 13 students from the Bronx who went to perform in Paris in summer 2015, and 13 students from Pars who came to perform in NYC in summer 2016.

 

New Haven Project “La Casa Grande”:

ID Studio is in rehearsals of a play with undocumented immigrant children in New Haven, for presentation first within the Latin community of New Haven, and then possibly for the International Festival of Arts and Ideas.


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