The park will be closed between Gansevoort St. and 16th St. from 6 to 11pm on Tuesday, August 21.
Last event was Friday, October 20, 2017
On the High Line at 30th St. and 10th Ave.
Come out and help us support the relief efforts for Puerto Rico after the devastating hurricane that took place in September.
A Party Called Rosie Perez celebrates the essence of New York City and its barrios. Hailing from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, DJs Christian Martir, Laylo, and Sucio Smash blend their collective love of Latin music with hip hop, soul, house, reggae, and afrobeat to create a non-stop dance floor experience. Imagine a Hector Lavoe track, produced by DJ Premier, and remixed by Cardi B. That is A Party Called Rosie Perez.
Casitas Wisdom will be on site at the event, creating herbal sprays that celebrate Rosie Perez's joy and activism. Casitas Wisdom is a healing arts collective that honors the legacy of New York casitas and the healing practices of people of color throughout the diaspora. They gather in the spirit of home to create spaces where community shares the knowledge carried in our bodies. This is a political act of love and survival.
This event is part of our October campaign to support relief efforts, including a special fundraiser edition of ¡Arriba! on Wednesday, October 18.
Please come, support, share, repost, and help us get the word out!
Financial donations can be made by credit card via the registration page or in cash at the event. Proceeds from the event will go to the Defend Puerto Rico Hurricane Fund. If you are unable to attend the event, you are still able to contribute through the registration page.
Donations of goods for recovery efforts for Puerto Rico will be accepted on site at the event. Recommended items include diapers for babies and the elderly, baby wipes, baby formula, powdered milk, and baby food; flashlights, batteries, insect repellent, can openers, candles, and matches; toiletries, feminine products, and First Aid supplies; crackers, dried fruit, nuts, granola bars, canned goods, instant noodles, and rice. Goods will be dropped off and donated through El Puente.
La Deliciosa Show is presented as part of Mutations, a group exhibition that explores the relationship between man and nature, looking at how the boundaries between the natural world and culture are defined, crossed, and obliterated.
Mutations is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Major support for High Line Art comes from Donald R. Mullen, Jr. and The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston. Additional funding is provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. High Line Art is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council and from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.