With the Friday Five, we bring you our weekly choice of the top five events to check out in the near future. And as you enjoy, please consider supporting these artists and arts organizations. Every donation counts.
In addition to these weekly selections, we also keep a more comprehensive rolling list of ongoing and upcoming happenings at our ONLINE ARTS GUIDE.
Mark your calendar for May 1 and come back to bid on the many fun and unique items which will support our educational and cultural programming in the coming year. HAVE AN ITEM TO DONATE? Donating items to our catalog will help make the auction a success! You'll be helping to raise money for our educational and cultural programming.
The Flynn is excited to present The Window on Main, a new multi-media live performance series held in Chase Studio and featuring local artists. The goal of this series is to safely gather together artists from multiple disciplines—music, theater, dance, performance art, and beyond—bringing live performance back to Downtown Burlington as spring weather returns. Come out and enjoy the shows, and connect with the artists in real time on social media using the hashtag #FlynnFishbowl.
NEW TEEN & ADULT CLASS (ONLINE): Capoeira, Wednesdays, 4/14-28
VACATION CAMPS (ONLINE): Bandlab Multi-Track Recording 101, Ages 8-18, 4/19-23
SUMMER CAMPS (IN PERSON + ONLINE): For ages 4-18, starting in June, July, and August
Join 5-star rated street art guide, Ariel, on a visit to Brooklyn and discover some of the finest street art in the world!
Choreographer Ephrat Asherie brings a high-energy, hybrid work that layers breaking, hip-hop, house, and vogue. With musical direction by Asherie’s brother, jazz pianist, Ehud Asherie, Odeon reimagines signature compositions of 20th-century Brazilian composer Ernesto Nazareth, noted for melding classical music with Afro-Brazilian rhythms. Featuring a group of dynamic dancers accompanied by live music, Odeon creates an entirely original world bringing together the extended family of street and club dances and challenging them to inhabit new spatial contexts.
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