DUMBA (a feminized version of DUMBO—Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) became a radical cultural nexus point around which the Queercore movement flourished and an independent film scene developed. It was the site of many notable events, as well as being a residence for several people. DUMBA was a unique experiment providing a combination of live music and disc jockeys (usually several DJs a night), film screenings of Super 8 and 16mm films, video, artwork, performances, vegetarian food, and an unrestricted erotic atmosphere.
DUMBA is a collective living space and anarchist, queer, all-ages community center and venue in Brooklyn, New York.
Dumba may also refer to:
- Sano Dumba, a Village Development Committee, Bhojpur District, eastern Nepal
- Thulo Dumba, a Village Development Committee, Bhojpur District, eastern Nepal
- Palais Dumba in Vienna, built for Nikolaus von Dumba, part of the architectural heritage of Greeks in Austria
Usage examples of "dumba".
When the boat touched at Falmouth, on August 30, the British authorities examined his luggage and found that he was carrying private letters and official despatches from Doctor Dumba the Austrian Ambassador at Washington, from Count Bernstorff the German Ambassador, and from Captain von Papen his military attache.
Berlin Foreign Office by Doctor Dumba, the Austrian Ambassador, afterward recalled at the request of President Wilson, which was represented as stating substantially that Mr.