Name of Event: [Arts]sembly: Art is Community Third Annual Celebration
When: Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Where: Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
Address: 530 W 166th St, New York, New York 10032
Time: 6 to 10 pm
Link to Purchase: www.artful.ly/bxartsfactory
Type of Event: Fundraiser and Cultural/Art Showcase
Hosting the Event: Margarita Cuevas Cruz
What do they get with the ticket: The evening will be filled with fun art activities, music and dance performances and artists showcase! Come dance the night away with Uptown Vinyl Supreme, enjoy of the beautiful Alianza Dominicana Folklore Dancers, listen to Poetry and the performance of singer Brandon Tyler, be re-energized by an Art Exhibition by members of the BxArts Factory, get inspired by Keynote Speakers, create in our Art Stations and participate in our raffle! Your ticket will also include one free drink. Food will be sold by food vendors.
Event Sponsored by:
Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
Dominican Writer’s Association
Enjoy these photos from my stroll around Harlem in January!
ONE SUNDAY ONLY!!
Don’t miss it!
Sunday, August 13th ONLY!!!
4 to 8 pm
$10 (online only) & $12 (at the door)
Come join us this summer as we have fun with art at the bar. Drink and draw, paint, play, network and have fun! Spend this Sunday afternoon in August in the Bronx with BxArts Factory and Chelsea Craft Brewery! We will have live models to draw, music, contests and many other cool things to do! Bring your sketchbooks and pencils! We will also have some supplies available! Models will pose to be drawn! Plus we will have other games and art stations to keep things fun!
Community Action Day: I am Present
May 21, 2017 (3-5pm)
It will be a day to reflect, heal and act in support of our community. This day of action will bring together an amazing group of women artists that, with you, and other community members will bring action and attention to the many cases of missing black and brown girls in the Bronx and adjacent cities. We will use creativity to heal, express ourselves and be present with each other. We will have tables filled with art materials for artists and community members to work together. We will also have a table for children to create.
The Action Day will be videotaped to have an online resource for spreading the message and awareness in regards to our missing girls. Come be part of a collective wall of words and be part of this wonderful thoughtful day.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT: “Hombres de Arcilla” (Men of Clay) showcases Alberto Villalobos’ collection of 43 hand-made clay masks. These masks honor the memory of the 43 disappeared students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico. About his work, Villalobos says “for me, clay represents the fragility of life, yet the resilience of the human spirit. I hope that by giving faces to the disappeared, their memory may live on.”
Photo Credit: Barbara Reeley Graphic design: Meagan Van Ahn
Check out “harlem is … DANCE // Special Artist Reception” on Eventbrite!
Date: Monday, August 29, 2016
Location: MIST Harlem
The exhibition celebrates the legacy of dance in Harlem and includes work by over 14 artists and conributors that either work or live in Harlem. The celebration will include lots of exciting components! RSVP info below:
RSVP email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP phone: 212-459-1854
RSVP on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harlem-is-dance-special-artist-reception-tickets-26933154791?aff=eandprexshre&ref=eandprexshre