Connecting Generations to Make a Better World
First Friday of the Month with Janice Pendarvis
Co-Hosted with Feel the Music (feelthemusic.org)
Accompanied by Greg Lewis
Good Music + Good Conversation + Good Food = Good Fun
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, A FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT
Bailey’s Supporting Emerging Artists with Artw0rks
Poetry, Spoken Word, Music and Visual Art
Last Monday of the Month 7 PM until 11 PM
The Jazz & Peace Soup @Bailey’s Cafe Neighborhood Concert Series
with Music for the People
Next Concert of the Season: Sunday, March 26th 3 PM to 5 PM
Radiance IV Festival 2017
Featuring the Firey Strings Company
featuring the works of Mingxin Du, Tomoko Omura, Allyson Clare, Rebekah Griffin Greene, with guest vocalist Dana Hanchard and award winning harmonica performer Jaiye He. Violins: Frederika Krier, Tomoko Omura, Megan Atchley. Viola: Allyson Clare, Maryam Blacksher. Cello: Nioka Workman, Nicole Verderosa. Bass: Rebekah Griffin Greene.
Click HERE for Tickets & More Information
As Quiet As It’s Kept: a Developmental Performance Piece
You are Invited to Join the Conversation
We are NOW mobile: Text UJAMAA to 41444 to make a fully tax deductible donation
First Fridays with Janice Pendarvis=Good Music+Good Conversation+Good Food=Good Fun
Join us the First Friday of every month from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM for a unique take on “happy hour.” Meet your neighbors, engage in provocative stimulating conversation and raise your voice in song. In collaboration with: feelthemusic.org and janicependarvis.com
Music for the People & preschoolrock Fall Session Begins Saturday, February 11th: Preschool Rock and Rainbow Lab have joined up on Saturday mornings to offer your little ones (2.5 to 5 years old) movement/dance, visual arts and music; individual instruction in all instruments, string ensemble workshops and much more. Check out: www.musicforthepeoplenyc.com and preschoolrock.org for all the specifics and to register.
We will continue to collaborate with The Jazz Foundation, thejazzfoundation.org, bringing free concerts to the neighborhood.
Black Girl Project: is now based at Bailey’s Cafe! Check out their workshops at: http://blackgirlproject.org/event-grid/
Freebrook Academy at Bailey’s Cafe: for grades 4th -8th–a progressive independent school. For more information: http://www.freebrook.org/
Freebrook is a democratic community committed to supporting students’ potential to be successful and their ability to define their own futures. Through a progressive approach, and a community, cultural, and social justice foundation, we enable students to explore their world and challenge themselves, while simultaneously encouraging them to challenge injustices, think independently and critically, develop their talents, love learning, and become innovative adults.
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Butterfly 7 shares the block with us on Malcolm X Boulevard. They are a great resource for children’s educational games and toys. Check them out here
Our friends at Stertil-Koni attended the Salon and published a blog on the event, find it here
We Look Forward to Seeing You at Bailey’s Soon!
Bailey’s Café is a Brooklyn-based, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to providing creative and collaborative environments to communities across New York City. We create these types of environments through partnerships with local leaders and inter-generational volunteers, all focused on community-building through service and the arts.
We believe in nurturing and guiding individuals in their pursuit of self-knowledge through acting, video making, writing, service, cooking, music, dance, and fine arts. We aim to create an atmosphere of collective awareness, respect and responsibility, built on the talents and resources of the community.
- Relationships are Key: Positive, reciprocal relationship building is a primary part of our process. They are key to individual healing, creativity and community building.
- Inter-generational Matters: In our work and relationships we are always striving to find new ways to “bridge the gap” between all generations and to break down barriers that prevent us from building healthy, peaceful communities.
- Everyone’s Story Counts: Story sharing is fundamental to our creative work; it is a tool for gaining understanding of ourselves, others and the world around us.
- Environment Matters: We respect and nurture our surroundings, the ones we find ourselves in and the ones we create.
- Practice Non Violence in Our Speech and Actions: We strive to model non violence in our work and relationships, between staff, participants, community and our environment.
Events and Programs
Inter-generational Projects and Programs: Community service projects bringing youth and elders together