Event Photo Together/Far Apart

March 20, 2015 | 7:30 pm


The Irondale Center

85 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (Between Lafayette & Fulton)

Together/Far Apart

Due to unforeseen circumstances our presentation of Together/Far Apart has been postponed.

Under the direction of curator and performance artist Monica L. Williams, Together/Far Apart features three couples who share their life journeys as artists through performance. Each artist couple works to maintain healthy family relationships all while making great art and balancing demanding lives. In their own genre, they explore the challenges of time, space, and distance as they relate to the hustle of work/love and loving each other. Featured artists include DJ Reborn/DJ Amir, Dominique Morrisseau/JKeys, and Rokafella/Kwikstep.

Follow the conversation: #LoveHustle

About the Artists: Monica L. Williams

Monica WilliamsMonica L. Williams is dedicated to cultivating sustainable arts-based practices with stakeholders towards empowerment and social change. She is the National Artistic Director of Kentucky Foundation for Women Special Project and is the Founder of Creative Legacy Projects. Monica has designed arts-based projects with various communities across sectors. She has a Masters of Arts from New York University and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting from Wright State University. Her work has been produced regionally and Off-Broadway including at the world famous Apollo Theater, Zipper Factory and Brooklyn Academy of Music. She is a lecturer in Black Theater at NYC College of Technology and resides in Brooklyn, NY, with a fierce crew of artists and movement makers. For more on Monica visit her website.

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