International Human Rights Art Festival @ the Culture Project

News Date 
Mon, 2017-10-16
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The International Human Rights Art Festival made quite a splash when the evening of performance was BANNED by His Eminence Archbishop Timothy Cardinal Dolan from performing in the original space -- St. Mary's the Grand Catholic Church in NY's Lower East Side -- and was moved at the last minute to St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Brooklyn Heights.  Here is some of the press coverage!

NBC Live! (October 12, 2017): Catching Up with Kathleen Turner

NY Times (October 13, 2017): Festival Moves Event After Church Objects to Gay-Themed Content

Crains NY Business (October 13, 2017): Arts festival scrambling for space after archdiocese nixes LGBT performances

Broadway World (October 13, 2017): Catholic Church Refuses to Host International Human Rights Art Festival Event Featuring Kathleen Turner

Gay City News (October 14, 2017): Catholic Church Anti-LGBTQ Guns Still Firing on All Cylinders

Episcopal Cafe (October 14, 2017): Arts festival too hot for Catholics moves to Episcopal church

Playbill (October 14, 2017) Update: Festival Finds New Venue After Catholic Church Dropped Support Over LGBTQ Content

Broadway World (October 16, 2017): Photo Flash: Kathleen Turner Headlines International Human Rights Art Festival

Christian Post