It's gotta come from the heart, if you want it to work.
― Susannah Clark and Richard Leigh
Belinda is thrilled to perform with the Callaloo NYC Team for the partnership with the Carribean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute for their new season of SouSou! Saturdays. Enjoy our Callaloo puppet performances, fun art-making, dance, or music workshops, and much more! Our SouSou! Saturdays program is inspired by the cooperative economic practice known throughout the African Diaspora by such names as "Colecta", "Box Hand", "San", "Partna", or "Sou-Sou". We've borrowed from, and transformed this long-standing practice of collective trust, and contribution into a "cultural SouSou" for the community. (Activities appropriate for children ages 4 -12). Free RSVP: http://www.cccadi.org/SouSouSaturdays
October 5th & 6th
Belinda at the American AF Festival with MOPDC
performing (FOR) THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND on 10/05 @ 9 pm and Facilitating the Panel: DANCE IS RESISTANCE: MIGRATION/A MOVEMENT @ 9:30pm with artists and activists: Melissa Escano, Diana Eusebio, Anabella Lenzu, Brenda León, and Joya Powell
Catch (FOR) THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND on 10/06 @7pm if you missed it!
Belinda at the Lincoln Center Education's Summer Forum: Learning Labs for Artists and Educators
Registration Now Open
*Belinda will co-teach Considering Classroom as Community, a 2-day Lab on July 17-18. She will develop and share Theatre-based workshops to the work of art The Frog Bride by David Gonzalez. She will also share her experience during the action research project at JHS 162 on fostering personal artistry and expanding community during her Spring 2017 Aesthetic Education Unit as part of the Arts in the Middle Program.
July 8th & 9th
Belinda with MOPDC performing Word is Audubon at the INSITU Site-Specific Dance Festival 2017.
INSITU is a unique two day site dance festival taking place at four LIC waterfront parks on July 8+9 from 12 - 7 PM on both days. Featuring a diverse program of unique, site-specific dance works by distinguished and emerging New York City-based choreographers, the 24 dance companies will maneuver through playgrounds, appear in hidden corners and dance on piers, staircases and shorelines. The festival is free and open to the public, offering a fresh and exciting way to experience dance in unusual and public spaces.
Where: MOPDC at Hunters Point Park, Long Island City, NY
Transportation: nearest train 7
Lincoln Center Education presents:
Celebration of Student Learning 2017
Location:LCE Samuel B. & David Rose Building
165 W. 65th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10023
*Belinda will present work from her students from the Arts in the Middle (AIM) Program. Through embodied, visual, and aural explorations, 8th graders in JHS 162, closely experienced the work of art Black Girl: Linguistic Play by Camille A. Brown & Dancers. Students generated choreography through explorations of gestural movement parting from their childhood activities and games. They produced identity chalk walls with drawings that represented their stories. Through reflection and embodiment of their personal and cultural identity they exhibited personal understanding and application of the Foundational Capacities (Notice Deeply, Pose Questions and Make Connections).
March 4th 2017
Belinda at the 2017 International Human Rights Arts Festival with Movement of the People Dance Company
Dates & Times:
Festival March 3-5, 2017
MOPDC Performs March 4th @ 1:30pm
161A Chrystie St
New York, NY 10002
Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door
For more info and tickets click here
April 14th-15th 2017
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY DANCE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT presents:
The 2017 Distinguished Faculty Dance Concert
Tickets are $20 for General Admission and $5 for Students/Seniors.
Dates and Times:
Friday, April 14th at 8pm (doors open at 7:30pm)
Saturday, April 16th at at 2pm (door open at 1:30pm) & 8pm
Location:Frederick Loewe Theatre
35 W. 4th Street, Suite 1077
New York, NY 10012
To purchase tickets click here or for more information please call 212-998-4941.
*Belinda will present a collaboration with her dancers titled "The US in USA" a piece that explores ongoing immigration issues parting from our true identity as a nation.
Dates & Times:
Saturday Jan. 14th: 9:30am-6:00pm
Sunday Jan. 15th: 10am-6:30pm
Monday Jan. 16th: 10am-8:30pm*
*Informal studio showing 7-8:30pm
Barnard College Dance Department
117th Street and Broadway NYC
Click here to register!
*Belinda will teach an Aztec Dance Master Class
Intercultural Dance Course
New exciting, fun, and holisitc curriculum
Course MPADE-UE 1541 (undergraduate)
MPADE-GE 2021 (graduate)
Register today and have a wonderful semester
full of dance, music, and cultures from all over the world!
Last day to drop/add on Albert for all students:
Monday, September 15, 2014