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Battery Dance announces The First Annual Battery Dance Gallery Crawl
November 20, 2021
Tribeca-based Battery Dance announces the first annual Battery Dance Gallery Crawl on Saturday, November 20, 2021, 2pm-4pm, at eight art galleries in its immediate neighborhood. Battery Dancers past and present and a special guest from India will bring their artistry into the galleries, reacting to and resonating with the art on display. Audience members are invited to explore the galleries, all located within a few blocks of each other, and take in this one-day-only experience of art and dance in New York’s newest nexus for the arts. The performances will also be live-streamed on Battery Dance’s social media channels. Advance registration is requested at https://www.classy.org/event/battery-dance-tribeca-gallery-crawl/e373826. For more information, visit batterydance.org/event/battery-dance-2021-gallery-crawl.
“Coming out of pandemic-enforced isolation, we saw a Renaissance on our streets with empty, distressed storefronts remade into gorgeous spaces for art. It seemed like a beckoning for us – come, dance, bring the neighbors out and let’s celebrate each other and our community,” said Jonathan Hollander, Artistic Director and Founder of Battery Dance.
The slate of performances includes:
Sean Scantlebury at Andrew Kreps Gallery
22 Cortlandt Alley New York, NY 10013
Razvan Stoian at CHART Gallery
74 Franklin St New York, NY 10013
Sara Seger at David Lewis
57 Walker St New York, NY 10013
Mira Cook at GRIMM
54 White St New York, NY 10013
Sarah Housepian at Jane Lombard Gallery
58 White St New York, NY 10013
Randall Riley at Kapp Kapp
368 Broadway, New York, NY 10013
Jillian Linkowski at Projekt 105
105 Hudson St New York, NY 10013
Vivake Khamsingsavath & Durgesh Gangani at R & Company
64 White St New York, NY 10013
Please note, COVID-vaccination is required for entry into the galleries.
ABOUT BATTERY DANCE
Battery Dance exists to create lasting social impact by increasing human understanding through the universal expression of dance. Founded by Jonathan Hollander in 1976, Battery Dance created its outdoor summer festival six years later with the goal of introducing dance of all genres, free to the public, in its downtown home base. Battery Dance is committed to enhancing the cultural vibrancy of New York City, making the Arts accessible to New York City public school students, extending dance programming throughout the U.S., and building bridges worldwide through international cultural exchange with programs in 70 countries to date. www.batterydance.org