The Bronx Museum Presents “Bronx Talks: Bronx Stories”

You think you know all there is to the Bronx?  If images of car shops and graffiti are dancing in your head, I urge you to think again.  While, yes, these are both abundant in our Northern-most borough of New York City, there is also an abundance of other, less talked about stuff that graces the Boogie-Down: the people and their stories.

Photo Credit: www.bronxnet.org

On Friday, December 9th, 2011, please join the Bronx Museum for their event, Bronx Talks: Bronx Stories.  Bronx Stories is a public program that presents the experience of different people and their cultures that exist in this borough, and uses a powerful storytelling technique to help people see the Bronx like never before.   Through these stories, you’ll begin to appreciate the Boogie-Down as a place with rich, diverse history, and just like every other place in NYC, it can the greatest place you’ve ever been to.

Bronx Talks: Bronx Stories celebrate the art of musicians, poets, dancers, and artists who draw inspiration from their borough.  They also encourage you to bring your own story, as well.  I urge you to hop on an Uptown train Friday evening and head to an event that could change your perception of this borough…not to mention you could just meet New York’s next famous artist.  When people are rushing to see their artwork in the MOMA a few years from now, you can proudly state: “I met that person years ago at an event at the Bronx Museum.  We go way back.”

WHERE: The Bronx Museum
1040 Grand Concourse, at 165th Street
Bronx, New York  10456
718.681.6000

WHAT: Bronx Talks: Bronx Stories
Friday, December 9th, 2011 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

TICKETS:  Free

By: Jean-Luc Marin

 

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