“Passages” is an exhibit by the Inner City Ensemble (ICE) in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
ICE, a Paterson non-profit youth arts group, began in 1973. The exhibit, which can be seen at the PCCC Broadway and LRC galleries from Oct. 19 through Jan. 9, spans several decades, and includes photos of the newly-reestablished ICE youth group.
Nicholas Rodriguez, the company’s Artistic Director, and the exhibit curator, Tomaz Tomanek, have selected photos that demonstrate the scope of the organization’s performance and training history.
ICE, originally founded by Ralph Gomez, and reincorporated in 2010, is committed to bringing dance and theater training to undeserved, at-risk Paterson youth.
A reception, free to the public, is on Nov. 14 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Call 973-684-5448 for more info.