ADA in the Arts

Heidi Latsky Dance: SOLO FLIGHT ADA 30

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

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In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Lincoln Center’s ADA in the Arts features programs with and for people with disabilities.

SOLO FLIGHT ADA 30 by Heidi Latsky Dance is a pastiche—a compilation of discovered moments through the lens of 15 people intertwined and connected in their isolation.

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About Heidi Latsky Dance
Heidi Latsky Dance (HLD) is a New York City contemporary dance company founded in 2001. In 2006, when the company became physically integrated, its foundation evolved into a strong mission to disrupt space, dismantle normal and redefine beauty and virtuosity through performance and discourse. ON DISPLAY, HLD’s current portfolio of live art installations that began in 2015 when the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities invited Latsky to participate in the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, is now a global phenomenon. HLD has performed ON DISPLAY at venues like Whitney Museum, High Line, National Portrait Gallery, Lincoln Center, Institute of Contemporary Art, and Gracie Mansion. ON DISPLAY GLOBAL (ODG), HLD’s annual initiative has, to date, over 78 sites and 22 countries doing ON DISPLAY on the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. From the American Dance Festival to Seoul, Hong Kong, Lima and Jerusalem, ODG is advancing awareness, building community and promoting experientially strong leadership around inclusion throughout the world.

Performance Date

Available from Monday, July 20 at 2:00 pm ET

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Accessibility at Lincoln Center is made possible in part by endowment support provided by AIG.

Additional endowment support for Accessibility at Lincoln Center provided by Frederick P. Daniel and Elihu Rose – In Memory of Belle B. Rose.

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