Bronx Stories invites all to celebrate Poetry Month!

Join us for an evening of storytelling and poetry inspired by art and by the Bronx. Four featured poets will lead a special tour of the galleries, sharing their perspectives on selected artworks through stories and poetry. Afterward, make your voice heard in our open forum.

April 27th 6pm-9pm

Hosted by Caridad de la Luz, La Bruja
C Debra Thomas
Michelle Tokarczyk
Angelo Zeolla

With DJ Enygma on the 1’s and 2’s

Bronx Stories is a free event.

The goals of Bronx Stories are four-fold: to challenge stereotypes about the Bronx and promote positive s of the borough; to provide a platform for voices from the community and space for the community to come together; to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere in the museum; and to encourage deeper engagement with the arts.

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is located at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street.
Take the B&D train to 167 St/Grand Concourse – the 4 train to 161 St/Yankee Stadium – the Bx1 or Bx2 bus to 161 St and Grand Concourse

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