[WE ARE HERE FESTIVAL] The Kinship Spaceship

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Join us for a night of intergalactic travel in the key of Space NDN. Sound artists will take us into deep space with astral sounds. The Kinship Spaceship will include a wide range of genres from punk and noise to hip hop. Featuring performances by PrieSTusSSY, *Stefa, Kino Benally, Turqouiz Noiz, ASCXNSION, and Chhoti maa . DJ set by reddaughter.  

Casa Finca will be offering Botanical Elixirs and bites to nourish the body mind and soul complex. Casa Finca’s mission is to bring higher states of consciousness by creating unique recipes that will enhance your experience. We strive for growing our own herbs, working with local herbal farms and supporting indigenous communities in Central and South America to help enhance their economic growth. Instagram: @casafincanyc

 


ABOUT

WE ARE HERE is three-day arts festival exploring Indigenous past, present and future, curated by Abrons Arts Center 2019 AIRspace Curatorial Resident Aru Apaza. The festival will include work by Indigenous visual artists, filmmakers and musicians who utilize their own technologies, ancestral knowledge, and survival tactics to reflect on what it means to live a “balanced” life during the “unbalanced” times of late stage capitalism.


FUNDING

WE ARE HERE is made possible by the New York Women’s Foundation, American Indian Community House, Abrons Arts Center and the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance Leadership Fellowship.

The 2019-2020 Season at Abrons Arts Center is supported, in part, by generous grants from the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, the Harkness Foundation for Dance, the Jerome Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, and other generous Henry Street Settlement funders. This program is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and support from the New York State Council on the arts with the support of Govenor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Image: Aru Apaza