Organized in collaboration with Judson Memorial Church, the socially engaged Protestant congregation in Greenwich Village that originally housed Judson Dance Theater, this full day of programs includes a screening of Shirley Clarke’s The Connection (1961), a discussion about the mutual influence of art and religion, and performances co-organized with Movement Research. Drawing connections between the church’s past and present, the program aims to highlight urgent and persistent questions about creative expression and community organizing.
This event takes place at Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South, Manhattan.
Free. No advanced ticketing required. The full program schedule will be posted by September 20.