Rebecca Davis will be speaking about the role of the arts in communities struggling with the effects of poverty, violence, and social upheaval at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). As the 2015 Fulbright Alumna-in-Residence, she will share the work of MindLeaps and engage in a dialogue with fellow panelists Roman Baca (Marine Iraq War Veteran and Exit12 Dance Co), Alison Gardy (Director of International Relations at 92Y) and Jill Strauss (Assistant Professor at BMCC).
The event is open to the public.
WHAT: Fulbright NY Panel: Creative Solutions in Conflict Zones
WHEN: Tuesday, January 13th, 7-9pm
WHERE: BMCC, Fiterman Hall, Room 1304, 245 Greenwich Street (between Park Place & Barclay)
(free for Foreign Fulbrighters & BMCC students; $5 for Fulbright Alumni/BMCC Faculty; $10 for general public)