Today, Savona Bailey-McClain, independent art curator and Executive Director of the West Harlem Art Fund will moderate talks this weekend for the Harlem Arts Festival. She will site down with Heather Lanza on Saturday and Eric Lockley on Sunday to talk about their new theatre works. This will all happen at the Second Stage near the Harlem Public Library. Come out and see new short productions and participate in dialogue afterwards.
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