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NEP December Meeting

  • 13 Dec 2019
  • 10:00 AM
  • Free Center, 460 New Britain Ave Hartford, Connecticut


  • Members who register before December 11 will receive a $5 discount! Must be an active member

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Join New England Presenters in Hartford, CT for our December meeting! 

We will be meeting at the Free Center, a community space located in the former Goodwin Library, to discuss non-traditional presenting forms with local artists, as well as how to prepare for the upcoming APAP conference. 

Members who register by December 11 pay only $15. After December 11, regular price is $20 for members, and $30 for non-members. 

Schedule for the day

10am – 10:30am

Check in / Light breakfast provided by NEP 

10:30am - 10:45am

Introduction to Free Center with Zoë Chatfield, Community Coordinator 

10:45am – 12pm

Non-Traditional Presenter Case Study: Jasmin Agosto - La Sala Femme 

12pm – 12:30pm

Lunch provided by NEP (please indicate any allergies or dietary needs)

12:30pm – 2pm  

NEP Updates, block booking and APAP preparation 


Afternoon Performance by Mixashawn sharing Work-In-Progress “An American Songbook” 

“An American Songbook“ is a non linear journey through “American“ music from indigenous to modern.

Speaker Bios

Mixashawn is an internationally acclaimed jazz artist and educator who has worked with artists such as Bobby McFerin, Rashid Ali, Ravi Coltrane to name but a few.

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Jasmin Agosto is the founder of Sageseeker Productions, an event/experience curation company based in Hartford, CT that centers Black womxn, womxn of color, non binary folks, and the queer POC community, as shown with her latest performance installation series, La Sala Femme. During the day, she maintains her position as the Education and Community Outreach Manager at the Hartford History Center at Hartford Public Library. She has been working with artists, activists, students, and elders to organize cultural arts and history/herstory focused festivals, events, exhibitions, and programs for more than a decade.

FREE CENTER is a community space located in the former Goodwin library. The goal of this space is for the rooms to be dynamic and flexible in use: for programming, meetings, and events. Community members, groups, and organizations are welcome to utilize the space free of charge.

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