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For Immigrant Heritage Week (IHW 2020), the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs invited Christopher Unpezverde Núñez to share his story. This would not be possible without the help of Katya Grokhovsky, The Immigrant Artist Biennial [TIAB], The Brooklyn Museum, Jonathan Hollander and Battery Dance Company.


Enjoy the wonderful interview that Jonathan Hollander, Founder and Artistic Director of Battery Dance Company did to Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez about visual impairment in dance, for the series Dance Diplomacy with Jonathan. 


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Artists Reach Out: Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez


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A Visually Impaired Dancer Asks You to Take a Closer Look at His Work


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Center for Performance Research Announces 10 Artists-in-Residence For 2020


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The Dance Enthusiast: A Garden Dance Sprouts in Chelsea


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The New York Times: 7 Dance Performances to see in N.Y.C.


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The Dance Enthusiast: Queerly Contemporary Festival 2018


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Off Off Off Dance: Still Looking and listening for life


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The New York Times: 5 Dance Performances to see in N.Y.C.