Heidi Latsky Dance: Inclusive Fashion Show
H.A.C.’s resident artist partner, Heidi Latsky Dance, will put on an all-body inclusive fashion show set to the “Dirty Dancing” soundtrack. The fashion show will happen at 4 p.m.outside H.A.C., featuring wearable art by NuVu high school students under the direction of Rosa Weinberg. There will be an outdoor barbecue, as well as refreshments inside the arts center before the screening.
The Sullivan County Museum is partnering with the Hurleyville Arts Centre to display some Borscht Belt memorabilia. At 5:30 p.m., Horner will speak to guests inside the H.A.C. cinema, and the film will be shown at 6 p.m. After the film, everyone will be encouraged to share their own Borscht Belt memories.
At 8:30 p.m. there will be a special showing of “Bang! The Bert Berns Story,” a documentary about 1960s songwriter and record producer Bert Berns, who wrote hits like “Twist and Shout.” Admission to “Bang!” is included with admission to “Dirty Dancing.”
The Hurleyville Arts Centre and its cinema are fully handicapped accessible, and all are encouraged to attend the event. H.A.C. is working to promote accessibility to the arts and diverse conversations in Hurleyville and Sullivan County.
4:00 Free Fashion Show in Front of H.A.C. Free!
5:30 Jackie Horner Tells All
6:00 Dirty Dancing screening (the original)
8:30 Bang! The Bert Berns Sorty