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Agenda Cultural: 10th July, 2024


By Roger Costa

@The Newark Museum of Art

As part of the 50th Newark Black Film Festival, the Brazilian film “Toll”, nominated for 6 Grande Othelo Awards, will be screened on Friday, July 12. The event kicks off at 8:30pm with a Live Music Performance by rising Rap/Trap star Bamia RZ, an Afro-Brazilian musician who had performed at Brazilian Day events in the Tri-State area and had collaborated with Mano Brown, Felipe Ret, Hungria and Marcelo D2.

A sensation at Toronto, Guadalajara, San Sebastian and Rome Film Festivals, “Toll” will screen at 9pm followed by a special talk with visual artist and educator Tadáskía, (pict.) the groundbreaking trans Black visionary who currently has a solo exhibition at MoMA. The event is curated by Roger Costa who’ll also serve as host. The Newark Black Film Festival runs July 10-14. Tickets $10. INFO:

@Governors Island

The Island will host the 2024 edition of The New York Poetry Festival on July 13 and 14. The annual event presented by The Poetry Society of New York gathers enthusiasts, newcomers, established auteurs in a picnic-like atmosphere at Colonels Row Green.

Uniting the largest group of poetry artists in the country, the Festival offers a free week­end of read­ings, work­shops, open mics, instal­la­tions, per­for­mances, writ­ing activ­i­ties, book­selling, chil­dren’s pro­gram­ming, a beer gar­den, deli­cious food, and plenty of green space. Free. Take Ferry on 10 South Street, Ferry also free before 11 am. INFO:

@Lincoln Center

The annual free Summer program at Lincoln Center continues throughout August with exciting shows. The Summer for the City program hosts musical performances, film screenings and disco parties. On Wednesday July 17, at 8pm, the stage will be taken by a trio of emerging musicians hailing from Bahia, Brazil. In association with Brasil SummerFest, the Gilsons, the Brazilian Award Winning trio formed by Francisco, João, and José Gil, respectively sons and grandson of Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil. They will perform some of their hits, including songs form the Grammy nominated album “Varias Queixas”. Free. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

The astonishing group Pilobolus returns to the Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, Manhattan with a special double-program celebrating the company’s 50-year legacy entitled re:CREATION. Featuring new works as well as audience’s favorites “Dreams and Memory” is a dynamic, surreal and immersive collection of wonderful original pieces by one of the most inventive, well-humored and energized companies in the globe. July 23 thru August 11. Tickets start at $20. INFO:

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