The Gordon Center for Black Culture and Arts

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Let's make our community a better place!

About Us

It's Official!!

The Gordon Center for Black Culture and Arts Fund (Gordon Center) has obtained 501(c)3 charitable exempt status, as a component fund under the Rockland Community Foundation. We are one step closer to accomplishing our mission.


The Gordon Center for Black Culture & Arts Fund is dedicated to commemorating the history and promoting the cultural, educational and artistic development and enrichment of the African Diaspora through its programs and activities, including those which advocate social justice. This shall ensure the continuance of the legacy and philosophy of the work of Drs. Edmund and Susan Gordon.

Welcome

There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.



Website address: gordonbca.org


Email addresses: 

Main:

info@gordonbca.org



Others:


events@gordonbca.org


membership@gordonbca.org


meetings@gordonbca.org


Mailing Address:   

1515 Route  202    #238,  Pomona, New York  10970


Phone number:  845 533  2660

About Us

How We're Helping

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We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. We host fundraisers and exciting community-building events.

Get Involved

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Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for members and volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the group!

Thank You

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Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

EVENTS

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April - May 2019

CASTING CALL - Coming to the SHADES REPERTORY THEATER

ROCKLAND COUNTY

+ Event Details

April - May 2019

CASTING CALL - Coming to the SHADES REPERTORY THEATER

CLOVER


A PLAY BY SAMUEL HARPS - DIRECTED BY MEL HANCOCK


Award-Winning Woman’s Prison Drama



Inspired by the true story of first woman to give birth in prison


                  Warren - African-American Female - 18-25 

                  Marlena - African-American Female - 40’s-50’s

                  Doreen - African-American - Late 20’s-30’s

                  Violet - Haitian-Jamaican Female - 30’s-40’s

                  Dottie - White Female - 30’s-40’s

                  Betty - (Prison Guard) White Female - 50’s

                  Nicole - (Public Defender) White Female - 20’s




  Auditions May 11              1-4 pm


Garnerville Arts Center 55 West Railroad Ave. 

Garnerville, N.Y Bld. 5


    Send Pics and Resumes to shadesrep@gmail.com


                  Experience helpful, but not required.


             More Info @ 845.675.8044 - www.shadesrep.com


ROCKLAND COUNTY

April 20, 2019

APRIL MEETING and HARLEM CULTURE & ARTS TOUR

11 am - 7 pm

HARLEM, NEW YORK

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April 20, 2019

APRIL MEETING and HARLEM CULTURE & ARTS TOUR

NOTE:  This is posted as a Private event and can only be attended by those receiving an Eventbrite invitation.  If you are aware of anyone who may have been excluded from the group email in error, please send a communication to gordonbca@gmail.com and on the Subject line put HARLEM . Also, there is a LIMIT of 4 per Eventbrite, but if more are needed, please send an email to: gordonbca@gmail.com. and on the Subject line put HARLEM.  We will respond with 24 hours.  


PLEASE JOIN US 


A Cultural Visit to Harlem, New York


11 AM   -- Self-Guided Tour  -- The Schomburg Center   515 Malcolm X Blvd. (135th St.) New York, NY 10030


The Schomburg Center, New York Public Library is a research library devoted to the preservation, research and the exhibition of African American, African diaspora and African experiences. The center hosts jazz concerts, films, lectures and more. The Center features collections and programming that span more than 11 million items.


12:00 –12:30 pm --  Calabar Gallery  (*See address above below)


12:30 – 2:00 pm -- LUNCH BREAKOUT


2:00 pm - 2:30 pm  --  Gordon BCA Meeting at Calabar Gallery


2:30 pm - 6:00 pm   -- The Harlem Arts Stroll by Calabar Gallery*2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (134th St.) New York, NY 10030 


The Harlem Arts Stroll by Calabar Gallery is an innovative collaboration of galleries, art spaces and businesses in West Harlem from 110th Street to 160th Street from Lenox to Amsterdam Avenue showcasing and featuring curated work of artists, designers and makers.

                             


11 am - 7 pm

HARLEM, NEW YORK

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