AWoW MULTICULTURAL SPECTACULAR AT LEHMAN COLLEGE

Koro

Koro

On April 25, 7PM, Artists Without Walls, in conjunction with the Irish, Mexican and African-American communities of Lehman College, will be be presenting an outstanding blend of multi-cultural entertainment at Lehman.

Annette Homann

Annette Homann

 

Performers from Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and the United States will be coming together–some will be performing together–during AWoW’s second visit to Lehman. Last November AWoW brought it’s multicultural show to Lehman and performed in front of a standing room only crowd. 

 

Owen and Moley O Suilleabhain

Owen and Moley O Suilleabhain

Included in this year’s performance will be Nigerian spoken word artist, Koro, Irish singers and composers Owen and Moley O’Suilleabhain, Irish playwright Seamus Scanlon, German violinist Annette Homann, and Costa Rican dancer and choreographer Xio Evans.

 

Billy Barrett

Billy Barrett

 

 

Plenty of local talent will be participating, as well. Writer Billy Barrett, jazz artist Antoinette Montague, singer/songwriters Salina Sias and Honor Finnegan, and chanteuse and accordionist Marni Rice will all be hand. It promises to be a spectacular evening of entertainment. 

 

For more info you can follow this blog–we’ll be posting updates–or write to info@artistswithoutwalls.com

3 thoughts on “AWoW MULTICULTURAL SPECTACULAR AT LEHMAN COLLEGE

  1. Tom Myles says:

    What a lineup! Looking forward to another great AWoW event.

    • Should be a great night, Tom. Looking forward to seeing you and many other members and friends.

  2. As an abstract painter originally from Ireland. Though now residing on The East Coast. I believe it would be beneficial for a conjunction such as this to include Fine Art. Hence this missive.
    My work over the previous few years has been visually laying to rest the ghosts from The North that have followed me across the ocean.
    Only now. Years later I’m looking in from the outside. At a world that built walls around me.
    I believe this work spans more than just an Irish dimension. But a global one.

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