Little Amal Walks NYC
WHEN: SEPTEMBER 14 TO OCTOBER 2, 2022
WHERE: All Five Boroughs
PRICE: Conditional on Event
Join Little Amal – a 12-foot tall puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee child – at the 55 events of welcome that make up her 17-day journey through all 5 boroughs, Sept. 14-Oct. 2. One of the largest public art festivals in NYC history, created in collaboration with the city’s artistic community, civic leaders and government agencies, Little Amal Walks NYC is a celebration of our shared humanity. Amal will be welcomed by artists including Elizabeth Streb; Cetiliztli Nauchcampa; Swoon, Classical Theater of Harlem; cultural institutions such as BAM, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, The National Black Theatre, St. Ann’s Warehouse; and community based organizations like Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Mujeres en Movimiento, The Laundromat Project, Materials for the Arts; and she will travel to JFK, Times Square, Highbridge, Grand Central Terminal, among many other NYC landmarks. For a full list of events, visit: walkwithamal.org and stannswarehouse.org; on Amal’s social platforms Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok accounts; and on Bloomberg Connects. Little Amal Walks NYC is a co-production of St. Ann’s Warehouse (Susan Feldman, Artistic Director) and The Walk Productions (David Lan, Tracey Seaward and Stephen Daldry, Producers); Amir Nizar Zuabi, Artistic Director; Yazmany Arboleda, NYC Creative Producer. Little Amal was designed and created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company (War Horse).