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ONLINE Webinar Series Sea Songs and Sea Lives This Is Women's Work: Maritime Lives

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  • Apr. 22, 2021, 7pm
  • South Street Seaport Museum
  • Online
  • All Ages
  • FREE
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South Street Seaport Museum expands its virtual sea chantey programming with the third installment of the Sea Songs and Sea Lives webinar series This Is Women's Work: Maritime Lives, featuring a conversation between Capt. Ann Loeding, Ashley Cruz, and Bonnie Milner, moderated by Laura Norwit. Register for the free event at seaportmuseum.org/womenswork. In April, join tugboat Capt. Ann Loeding and New York Harbor School graduate/SUNY Maritime student Ashley Cruz, along with chantey singer Bonnie Milner of the Johnson Girls, to discuss the roles of women in modern maritime careers and the role of women in singing sea chanteys. The conversation will include the function of music and traditional culture on board, yesterday and today, illustrated with live song performances and with images from the Seaport Museum's collection. Lyrics will be provided so guests can sing along from home, and a brief Q&A will follow the presentation. 

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New York, NY

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