If you were within 100 miles of NYC and you missed the FRESHER!
opening than you may be crying your eyes out! But not to worry, I just caught word that their will be a closing party soooooo, don't sleep on this one. It was such a fun time, all the peeps came out and I'm glad that someone was documenting the event cuz I was too busy getting up w/ people and dancing my booty off. Highsnobette
was in the house and have tones of recap pics and so does Toofly
. Big shout out and many thx to the Younity Crew
I'll be showcasing some brand new work!
YOUNITY Presents FRESHER!
An Urban Eco-Art Exhibition Featuring 42 Female Artists
PRESS HOUR: 7pm-8pm
Opening Reception: 8pm – 11pm
October 3, 2009 – October 24, 2009
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002
between Rivington Street and Delancey Street
F train to Delancey
I'm so excited about this event! can't wait to see ya'll and hang w/ the Younity crew!
This Sunday, September 14th from 12-6pm @ The Bronx Museum is where it's at...well, it's where we'll be. I'm excited to announce we're bringing junkprints to the street fair celebrating Street Art Street Life
!Street Art Street Life examines the street as subject matter, venue and source of inspiration for artists and photographers from the late 50's to the present. Highlights of the block party include live DJ and performances, arts activities for families, street food and local artisans.
This exhibition, one of the largest to consider the subject, includes street photography; documentation of performance, events, and artworks presented in the street; works using material from the street; and examples of street culture by more than thirty artists including William Klein, Lee Friedlander, Raymond Hains, Vito Acconci, Martha Rosler, Sophie Calle, David Hammons, Jamel Shabazz, and Francis Alÿs, among others
We'll be at the THE BRONX MUSEUM from 12-6p. It's located at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th St. Bronx NY 10456 T: 718.681.6000 F: 718.681.6181
Click for travel info.
We'll be there with some of our friends from YOUNITY
so be sure stop by and say hello. And we haven't forgotten to tell you all about our trip to the DNC-it's on it's way, promise. In the mean time check out my photos
from The Hope Gallery and stay tuned for why we are calling ourselves "we."