BRAINSTORM! PANEL DISCUSSION- 5.6.10

3 Apr

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Brainstorm! 2010 Series
Earned Income for Artists: Teaching

May 6, 2010, 6:30pm

Join us on May 6th, 2010, 6:30pm for “Teaching”, the Asian American Arts Alliance’s second event in its Brainstorm! series of lively discussions about strategies for artists to earn revenue. Co-produced with Queens Council on the Arts and New York Foundation for the Arts.

“Teaching”, features the case study of Kaoru Watanabe, musician and founder of the Kaoru Watanabe Taiko Center. Come hear Kaoru talk about how he integrates teaching into his career to support himself, as he receives feedback from discussants Kamala Cesar, founder of Lotus Music and Dance, Alice Mizrachi, artist, educator and co-founder of the Younity Arts Collective, and Michelle Rae Pinzon, executive director of the Capoeira Center of New York.

Learn from peers, lend your voice, and be inspired!


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Kaoru Watanabe


Kamala Cesar ………………. Alice Mizrachi……………… Michelle Rae Pinzon

Details:

What: BRAINSTORM! Teaching

When: May 6, 2010. 6:30 pm

Where: Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High School, 35-12 35th Avenue, Long Island City, Queens 11106 (N, W train to 36th ave, R, V train to 36th St.)

Fee: FREE!

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Brainstorm! is generously supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.

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