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Agenda Cultural: 5 May, 2023


By Roger Costa


On view on the 3rd Floor now thru September 9, CHOSEN MEMORIES is an essential and timely arts collection from modern Latin American artists who have been investigating History as a main source for their intriguing works. Gathering 40 artists from different countries, including Brazilian Rosangela Rennó, Alejandro Cesarco (Uruguay), Regina José Galindo (Guatemala), Mario García Torres (Mexico), Leandro Katz (Argentina), Suwon Lee (Venezuela), Gilda Mantilla (Peru) and Raimond Chaves (Colombia), and José Alejandro Restrepo (Colombia), the exhibition spans videos, photography, sculptures, paintings and other artistic expressions, supported by gifts from Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and the Museum’s collection. Tickets $25. Free up to 16 year-old. Free on Fridays afternoons. INFO:


Two traditional and acclaimed South Asian companies join forces for the must-see spectacle Āhuti performing at The Joyce Theater (175 Eighth Avenue) May 9 thru 14. Nrityagram Dance Ensemble and Chitrasena Dance Company bring a multi-cultural dance vision to New York audiences, one that is certain to thrill and enchant. A fusion of Odissi classical dance from India and traditional Kandyan dance from Sri Lanka, it explores the elements that bond these two cultures through movement, style and music, rooted on their unique dialects and stunningly choreographed as an “offering” ritual. Tickets start at $10. INFO:


Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark, for its annual, prestigious Mother’s Day weekend-long season. New Jersey audiences are in for one of the world’s most beloved, enthusiastics and spiritualized dance companies. Formed by athletic and versatile dancers, African-Americans as well as international talents, and under the Artistic Direction of Robert Battle, they will present new works, classics and audience-favorites such as “Revelations”, “Night Creature”, “Survivors” and “In a Sentimental Mood” (making its NJ premiere). Friday thru Sunday, May 12-14. Tickets start at $25. INFO:


Every Sunday in the month of May, the Newark Museum of Arts, 49 Washington Street, will present the May Family Sundays community event aimed to educate, entertain and inspire children and adults alike. From 10 am till 5 pm visitors will have a chance to experience the world and scents of flowers, celebrating the Spring season, paint their own artistic floral vision based on the Museum’s paintings, fun interactive activities at MakerSPACE, and exclusive access to the Planetarium and Animal Kingdom special exhibitions. Free for Newark residents. INFO:

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