Our Social Mission
We educate the community about diversity through the presentation of multicultural visual and performing arts programs.
Something To Talk About
February 8, 9, and 10 at 6 PM
Presenting socially and politically informed films by cutting-edge directors. These films will begin with an opening poetry performance by Erik Andrade and will be followed by group dialogue afterwards! Come chat with us while enjoying snacks and good company!
There is a $10 donation to the FREE Performing Arts Event Fund at the Multicultural Arts Center required to RSVP.
We Are Not Ghosts
Monday, February 8th
Running Time 55 minutes
Detroit, once home to two million people, crashed with the end of the city's exodus of the auto industry. Who remained and what are they up to? Come see!
Tuesday, February 9th
Running Time 1 hour and 30 minutes
Tribeca Film Festival and Best Feature Film CineFestival Winner
A film by former Cantabrigian David Riker about immigration and borders and a compelling story about the intersection of people's lives.
The Salt of the Earth
Wednesday, February 10th
Running Time 1 hour and 55 minutes
A film by Wim Wenders about the life of Sebastiao Salgado, whose stunning images of South America, Africa and Central Europe pay tribute to dispossessed people and the planetary issues we face.
Luna Soul 影月
Dream Project ll
March 12, 2016 at 8 PM
LUNA SOUL, choreographed by Chun Jou Tsai, explores traditional Chinese values through the female perspective. This project delves into the inner struggles of a woman, how she finds her place within the push-pull of society, and her strive for balance amidst chaos. Dream Project II continues to fuse elements from Eastern and Western cultures, as LUNA SOUL is inspired by the Eastern story of Xi Shi while presenting it in the form of Western modern dance.
Paradise Lost Presents..."REPLAY
March 18 & 19, 2016 at 8 PM
“Replay” celebrates Paradise Lost’s unique theatrical story-telling and integration of acting technique through movement and dance. Four new works choreographed by Shannon Sweeny, Gabriel Nesser, Cassie Samuels, and Artistic Director Tyler Catanella tell deeply personal stories that explore cycles and repetition within human nature and relationships. Let's get Lost!
Joyful Noise 2016 - Thank You!
We want to thank the audience, of almost 1,000 people, for turning out on Saturday, January 16 at Sanders Theater for our 29th annual Joyful Noise Concert with the Harlem Gospel Choir. Please join us again next year as we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,'s Life and Legacy at our 30th Annual Concert! And thank you for all the great and appreciative comments after the concert and by email! And if you want to share additional thoughts please see our social media outlets and do so on Facebook and Twitter!
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