Art Boundaries Unlimited is committed to extending the reach of arts education by exposing participants to other cultures and performance areas. The primary way that we accomplish this objective is through our Cultural Exchange Program.
For more information about this, and other similar programs, please contact the Art Boundaries Unlimited President.
SHIPWRECKS AND FANTASIES:
Readings from the Tempest and the Hunting of the Snark
Join a group of animated actors for a presentation of excerpts from Shakespeare’s Tempest and Lewis Carroll's Hunting of the Snark at the Players Club on Friday May 10th.
The Tempest, set on an abandoned island, is Shakespeare's last play. Prospero, with his servant Ariel, weaves magic and wrecks a ship that brings star-crossed lovers to their fates.
In Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark the Bellman takes the crew on a voyage to find a monster with the Butcher the Baker and a Beaver. A Banker and a Barrister who come along for the ride have nightmares. Finally the Baker finds his fear, sees a boojum and disappears.Devised and directed by ABU-Founder Anita Gonzalez, this is a benefit performance for theatre students travelling to London to learn more about Shakespeare and his works. We invite you to come revel in the language of fantastical poetry!
Suggested Donation for Admission $20
Pre-Show Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm - all drinks half price! Please indicate if you will be attending Happy Hour when you RSVP to email@example.com
The Players Club is located at 16 Gramercy Park, New York, NY 10003. Click here for a MAP
This event is sponsored by Art Boundaries Unlimited, Inc. The non-profit organization is currently accepting proposals to support more collaborations that align with their mission of international exchange in the arts. Contact Candi Sterling at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Taino Ceramics Workshop
Jarabacoa (Central Cordillera Mountains), Dominican Republic
Work with Angels Tello Pardo, Master in Studio Art and ceramics sculptor, in an intensive workshop that draws on the history and forms of the ancient Taino people, who lived on the island of Espanola (the D.R.) before the conquest.