Studio Museum-Iteration Of Dapline In Harlem

February 5, 2016

12644848_10154029261771454_5901653210038917340_nThe Studio Museum in Harlem and The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture are pleased to present a custom Studio Museum-iteration of Dapline!, a modern dance performance by choreographer André Zachery and visual artist LaMont Hamilton.
Dapline! re-examines the “dap,” a ritual handshake affirming dignity and pride amongst African-American men that was popularized during a period of racial unrest in the 1960s. In this special Studio Museum presentation—beginning in the Museum’s Atrium, weaving throughout the galleries and culminating in a performance and artist talk in the Theatre—a group of performers will enact a series of gallery-inspired movements, sounds and visuals. 

Thanks to the generous support of Target, Museum admission and public programs are free and open to the public on Sundays. Capacity in the galleries and seating in the theatre is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please arrive early to secure your spot!

Sunday, February 28, 4–5:30 PM


Studio Museum in Harlem, 144 West 125th Street, New York, New York, (212) 864-4500, http://www.studiomuseum.org/


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