PillowTalk: Black Creatives: Revolution, Representation, and Responsibility | Friday, August 28, 2020 at 5pm
Theresa Ruth Howard addresses both past practices and the changes afoot in this country’s established institutions, with panelists Kyle Abraham, Donald Byrd, and John Perpener.
A Pillow Scholar-in-Residence and former dancer, Theresa Ruth Howard is founder and curator of Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet. Read the August 8, 2020 New York Times profile of Howard here:
- She’s Been a Force for Change in Ballet. The World Is Catching Up. (article by Siobhan Burke)
This event runs for approximately 45 minutes.
This event is produced in collaboration with
Nel Shelby, Producer | Loren R. Robertson, Assistant Producer/Editor
Cherylynn Tsushima, Project Manager | Vincent Vigilante, Videographer
Benjamin Richards, Videographer/Editor/Graphic Animation
Ashli Bickford, Videographer/Editor | Amber Schmiesing, Editor
Jacob Marks, Recordist | Kathryn Brodie, Intern
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PillowTalk: Black Creatives: Revolution, Representation, and Responsibility
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