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Nora Chipaumire
Nov. 12 — Nov. 12, 2014

portrait of myself, work-in-progress, public showing / Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC)
New York, NY
Cipher (Photo: Dani Leventhal)^3465 Samita Sinha. Photo by Aram Jibilian.^3465 Scaffold Room (Photo by Gene Pittman)^2 Bronx Gothic (photo: Ian Douglas)^3471 Bronx Gothic (photo: Ian Douglas)^3471 Annie Saunders (performer) in Holoscenes tank. Image: Lars Jan^497 Nora Chipaumire (photo: Kim Song)^494

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A New York Times review of Panaibra Gabriel Canda's work: “Time and Spaces: The Marrabenta Solos,” from his recent visit to New York on a tour produced by MAPP

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Rasu Jilani's Brooklyn Museum Essay on the concept behind "Triple Consciousness." Join us at the Brooklyn Museum November 8th and 12th @ 2pm for thought-provoking discussions.

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LJP-subpage-30.jpg MAPP Artist, Liza Jessie Peterson, at Penumbra Theater 11/6
Liza Jessie Peterson's "Peculiar Patriot, " a project produced by MAPP, will be at Penumbra Theater November 6, 2014, as a part of the Claude Edison Purdy Individual Artist Festival.

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BrianTateED2.jpg Brian Tate, named new Executive Director of MAPP
Broadway World covers Brian Tate's welcome to MAPP International Productions as the new Executive Director.
 

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