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“Chaos & Order” Theme of 2010 Gallatin Arts Festival—April 20-23 at NYU

April 19, 2010
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The theory and practice of guerrilla theater, folk music traditions from the Balkans to Appalachia, and an “Art as Survival” workshop are among the events at the 2010 Gallatin Arts Festival at New York University, which will take place from Tuesday, April 20 through Friday, April 23 at NYU’s Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts (1 Washington Place [at Broadway]).

The theme of this year’s Gallatin Arts Festival, which debuted in 1992, is “Chaos & Order: Art as Survival.”

For a complete listing of events and locations, visit the festival website by clicking here. All festival events are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call 212.992.9823 or e-mail samantha.shapses@nyu.edu.

 

 

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Press Contact: James Devitt | (212) 998-6808

“Chaos & Order” Theme of 2010 Gallatin Arts Festival—April 20-23

"Chaos & Order: Art as Survival" is the theme of the 2010 Gallatin Arts Festival, April 20-23.


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