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Samita Sinha
Apr. 26 — Apr. 26, 2014

Open Voice Youth Workshops-private / Sadie Nash Leadership project
New York, NY
Gregory Maqoma in Exit/Exist. Photo by John Hogg.^44 Dancers Manami Fukuoka and Sawami Fukuoka. Photo: Kentaro Hisadomi^45 Dancers Manami Fukuoka and Sawami Fukuoka. Photo: Kentaro Hisadomi^45 Gregory Maqoma in Exit/Exist. Photo by John Hogg.^44 Samita Sinha (Photo: Rasu Jilani)^3465 Photo: Laurent Ziegler^9 Gregory Maqoma in Exit/Exist. Photo by John Hogg.^44

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VDT_Publicity_ExitExist2011_00771.jpg Greg Maqoma returns to the U.S. this summer
South African dancer/choreographer, Greg Maqoma and his powerful piece Exit/Exist return this summer for shows at Spoleto and ADF festivals. Catch the shows if you can!

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Untitled-20.jpg Stop by the Studio Lab @ SMH for a convo with Ralph Lemon
MAPP is proud to partner with Studio Museum of Harlem for an evening of interactive dialogue and thought sharing with artists Ralph Lemon, Saidiya Hartman & Geo Wyeth. Tix on sale now

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LJ-NYSCA-news-item0.jpg Congrats to Lars Jan for a NYSCA award!
MAPP is proud to announce that Lars Jan is a recipient of a NYSCA Individual Artist Theater Commission. Many congrats, and keep your eye out for HOLOSCENES

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Samita-news-image0.jpg Samita Sinha "opens" voices @ Sadie Nash
Through MAPP's Community Engagement & CIPHER, Samita will work with Sadie Nash in "Open Voice" workshops to teach young women asserting, expression, identity & voices.
 

Mission and Vision

MAPP International Productions is dedicated to developing sustainable environments for artists to create, premiere and tour performing arts projects. We provide support and opportunities for challenging artistic voices to be fully heard and engaged by bringing together arts, humanities and public dialogue. This means not only placing live work on the stages of performing arts venues worldwide, but also creating opportunities for discussion, learning and civic engagement that encourage appreciation of different cultures and perspectives. We nurture contemporary artists who reside and create in many parts of the world, embracing multidirectional infiltration and invigoration, and contributing to the U.S.'s role as a valued partner in a global creative community.