¡A Bailar!: Cultural Preservation in the Face of Climate Change

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A group of dancers preforming at ¡A Bailar!

Member pre-sale Tuesday, June 11. On sale to general public on Wednesday, June 12.

Doors open at 7:00 pm; show begins at 7:30 pm.

Join us for an evening at the intersection of movement, music, and community. Through the lens of artistic expression, a diverse roster of New England’s leading artmakers and dancers will amplify the importance of the arts and dance as a vehicle and catalyst for sustainability and cultural preservation.

As the impacts of climate change continue to reshape our world, the arts, particularly dance, offer powerful ways to foster a culture of stewardship and interconnectivity. This conversation will explore how dance can address environmental justice through emphasizing the importance of community building and advancing equity.

After the discussion, stay with us following the conversation as the Museum’s Blue Wing turns into a celebration of the sights and sounds of the Hispanic and Latinx culture and community featuring lessons, performances and audience demonstrations, dancing to DJ music, and more!

Part of the Museum’s Year of the Earthshot, an exploration of the climate solutions and the actions we can take now to live sustainably on Earth. 

Register for the Event

Date and Time

Wednesday, July 31 | 7:30 pm

Audience

Adults 18+

Location

Blue Wing View Map

Price

Free with Pre-Registration

Language

English, Spanish
Register for the Event

Date and Time

Wednesday, July 31 | 7:30 pm

Audience

Adults 18+

Location

Blue Wing View Map

Price

Free with Pre-Registration

Language

English, Spanish

Member pre-sale Tuesday, June 11. On sale to general public on Wednesday, June 12.

Doors open at 7:00 pm; show begins at 7:30 pm.

Join us for an evening at the intersection of movement, music, and community. Through the lens of artistic expression, a diverse roster of New England’s leading artmakers and dancers will amplify the importance of the arts and dance as a vehicle and catalyst for sustainability and cultural preservation.

As the impacts of climate change continue to reshape our world, the arts, particularly dance, offer powerful ways to foster a culture of stewardship and interconnectivity. This conversation will explore how dance can address environmental justice through emphasizing the importance of community building and advancing equity.

After the discussion, stay with us following the conversation as the Museum’s Blue Wing turns into a celebration of the sights and sounds of the Hispanic and Latinx culture and community featuring lessons, performances and audience demonstrations, dancing to DJ music, and more!

Part of the Museum’s Year of the Earthshot, an exploration of the climate solutions and the actions we can take now to live sustainably on Earth.