Please join us for La Galería Magazine’s 5th Annual Open Mic. Join us for an evening of celebration with featured artists, exclusive vendors, and more. Our annual open mic provides a safe space for the community to come together through spoken word and conversation. We will be selling our first print edition and other limited edition merchandise.
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RSVP disclosure: RSVP will be completed through MNN. Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) is Manhattan’s free, public access cable network. The information collected in the registration form is for documentation purposes only. No mail or calls will be made to you.
Date & Time: Saturday, November 7th at 7pm
Location: 120 E. 32nd street
Suggested Donation $5. No one will be turned away.
Bachata singer and songwriter Andre Veloz (andreveloz.com)
Why are Dominicans of Haitian Descent Being Expulsed? A Teach-In on Contemporary Legal Issues in the Dominican Republic
Date & Time: Monday, September 21 6pm to 9pm
Location: KJCC Auditorium, 53 Washington Square South, New York, NY, 10012
El Tiguere y La Chapiadora: Heteronormativity in the Dominican Republic and the Diaspora
Meet us at La Galería! Using articles, social media, and other resources, we will discuss gender roles in Dominican culture. We hear it in the music, we see it in our homes, we experience it in our daily lives: gender roles in Dominican culture are strictly predefined.
Date & Time: April 29th at 7:30pm
Location: Ya-Ya Network (224 West 29th st,14th floor)
Suggested donation $5. No one will be turned away.
“Meet us at La Galería” for a discussion on Negritud/Blackness in the Dominican Republic and the Diaspora.
Date & Time: Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 7:00pm
Location: Word Up Bookstore
2113 Amsterdam Ave (at the corner of 165th st.) New York, NY 10032
La Galería Magazine Presents: Open Mic
Date: Friday November 7th, 2014 at 7pm
Location: The Ya-ya Network
224 W 29TH ST. 14TH FLR NY, NY 10001
Covered by: The Youth Channel
Featured artist were:
Frank Antonio López from The Peace Poets
Stanley Rosario from Los Leones NYC