Bill T. Jones, Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Touré
Sunday, May 17, 2015
6 – 7:15 PM ET
A TimesTalks Conversation
MIST Harlem, 46 W 116th Street, NYC
The first–ever Harlem EatUp! festival and Central Park’s “Drifting in Daylight” art exhibition will draw crowds to Harlem, Morningside Park and North Central Park starting May 14. In celebration of these exciting events, TimesTalks presents a special conversation that weekend with internationally renown and celebrated award–winning artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer Bill T. Jones and interdisciplinary artist and educator Marc Bamuthi Joseph, moderated by Touré, New York Times contributor, MSNBC host and author of “Who’s Afraid of Post–Blackness? What It Means To Be Black Now.” Celebrating Harlem EatUp! (harlemeeatup.com) and Creative Time’s “Drifting in Daylight: Art in Central Park” (creativetime.org). Including a performance from Mr. Joseph’s “Black Joy in the Hour of Chaos” exhibit from “Drifting in Daylight.” $10 student tickets available with valid student I.D.