SAY THEIR NAMES

Below are the names of Black entertainers that lived in a three block radius in Central Harlem now a historic district. This shows that talent was in abundance in our community. These names are now forgotten. Let’s bring them back by saying their names. It’s quite a list. 1920 Census West 130th Street Brown, Alfred […]

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IMAGES FROM COTTON CLUB PROJECTION

  NYC Light 2015 chose “Shuffled Light” for projection at their Opening Ceremony Press Event in January 2015. This was an official event of the United Nations “International Year of Light & Light-based Technologies”.  ”Shuffling” various segments from five (5) pieces shown in 2014 created the piece.  New light was also added and, of course, the […]

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DUBBED DIRECTIONS

  Dubbed Directions acknowledges how construction is apart of everyday city life. We have to re-route and navigate constant change. This intervention is a play on street and construction signage and how we can still make ourselves feel safe within constant flux. LADY K-FEVER (b. Canada) is a New York based inter-disciplinary artist and curator working […]

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ART MATTERS

  The West Harlem Art Fund has been presenting artists of color for the last seventeen years. The organization has also spotlighted artists from European and Asian backgrounds as well. We feel its important to show that all ART MATTERS. Want to eradicate divide, then we have to share our humanity in the face of […]

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