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Youth Arts Academy Speak The Speech

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Students will explore Acting techniques through various texts from African-American Authors.

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Through the lens of poetry and speeches from the African

Diaspora, learn how to use your voice, body and the power of

language to tell stories that transform an audience. Audrey Lorde,

Martin Luther King Jr., Toni Morrison and Nelson Mandela are just

a few of the “language giants” we will explore. Once a week, join

professional actor Lisa Arrindell, in this class for blooming artists

(ages 9-18) via zoom, interested in a career on stage.

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Organizer RestorationART

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RestorationART (formerly branded The Center for Arts & Culture), the cultural centerpiece of Restoration, is a dynamic 21st century creative complex that is committed to folding our community into world-class artistic discovery and storytelling in dance, music, theater, visual arts and conversation in the epicenter of Black culture, Central Brooklyn. RestorationArt reaches a diverse audience of more than 40,000 annually through dance concerts and choreographic showcases, music festivals and salons, theater performances and a new works reading series, as well as talks & films; a Youth Arts Academy; the Skylight Gallery; institutions-in-residence, including the Billie Holiday Theatre, Frank Silvera Writers’ Workshop, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, Cumbe: The Center for African and Diaspora Dance, Noel Pointer School of Music and Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy. 

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