Dry Earth: What Came Before

After a year of research in Fort Greene Park, Dry Earth is sharing its work on Sunday, May 31 at 3 PM and 5 PM.  Dedicated to notable Fort Greene resident Walt Whitman on his 190th birthday, What Came Before takes a fresh approach to the traditional historic walking tour, replacing facts and figures with experiential learning and immersive performance.

The starting location for the tour will be the Fort Greene Park Martyrs’ Monument, between DeKalb and Myrtle Avenues.  Tickets are $15.  To reserve a space, email contact (at) dryearth (dot) org.

Dry Earth will also present at the Judson Memorial Church on June 1 at 8 PM, as part of the Movement Research at Judson Church series.  Admission is free.  The church is located at 55 Washington Square South.  A/B/C/D/E/F/V to West 4th Street, R/W to 8th Street, or 6 to Astor Place.

Photo courtesy of Dry Earth on Facebook.

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