Community Event

Art of Taichi: Open Air Workshop 露天太極講習班

Sunday, October 18, 2020
11 – 12PM

Practice Tai Chi and make new friends with an amazing view of the Manhattan Bridge. Shifu Sherry Zhang will take us through empty hand formations. Wear loose clothing and comfortable shoes.

This event will be held outdoors in the park on Forsyth Plaza (elevated space at the approach of the Manhattan Bridge). Masks are required to participate in this event. Please RSVP so we know how many participants to expect.

時間:2018年10月18日(周日) 上午11:00 -12:00 點 地址:Forsyth Plaza科西街廣場 練習太極、結交新朋友,同時還可以欣賞曼哈頓大橋下的美麗景色,有什麽比這樣的一份體驗更愜意的 呢? 张晓琴師傅會帶著我們修煉空手太極拳。為了更好的舒展身體,請大家著裝寬松、穿舒適的鞋子。

http://www.taichisolution.org/


CHINATOWN ARTS WEEK is a festival celebrating the cultural richness of Manhattan’s Chinatown.T!C has produced several cultural events throughout the week, all of them are free to the public. By presenting grassroots Chinatown artists and emerging Asian American artists in the same context, we hope to bring the generations together and connect with a wider arts audience. ChAW also highlights cultural happenings presented by our neighbors, to increase awareness of Chinatown’s cultural assets. Beyond this week, we hope that visitors and neighbors alike will recognize and engage more in Chinatown’s cultural offerings.

Think!Chinatown is a 501©(3) non-profit based in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Our mission is to build intergenerational community through neighborhood engagement, storytelling & the arts. We amplify the voices of our neighbors & advocate for equity in resources for Chinatown, honor histories that represent us & value intergenerational learning, and present grassroots arts of Chinatown & emerging Asian-American artists in context of each other. Think!Chinatown is here to listen, to respond, and to build Chinatown’s capacities as a strong & vibrant immigrant neighborhood of NYC. Find more about T!C and Chinatown Arts Week at: https://www.thinkchinatown.org/

Chinatown Arts Week 2020 is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by LMCC. It is also funded, in part, by a grant from the NYC & Company Foundation, Con Edison, and contributions from many generous business and individual supporters like you!

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