Global Reflections 2018: Spirit of Community
Community Works NYC, New Heritage Theatre Group, Harlem Arts Alliance, NoMAA, Center for Cuban Studies, and The Interchurch Center invite you to a special artist reception for Global Reflections 2018: Spirit of Community.
Featuring the remarkable talents of 19 emerging and established artists celebrating the diverse communities of our city and beyond. Through contemporary art and photography, each artist explores his and her own personal histories, rituals and cultural identity revealing the interconnection among us all. The exhibition includes arts celebrating Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico and beyond.
Featured Artists: Diogenes Ballester, Rodriquez Calero, Edwin Cadiz, Élan Cadiz, Michael Cummings, Rene De Los Santos, Marcos Dimas, Maria Dominguez, Dominque Duroseau, Leslie Jimenez, Carlos Jesus Martinez, Yelaine Rodriguez, Alicia Smith.It also features Cuban artists Suitberto Goire, Lescay (Alberto Lescay Merencio), Olazábal (Santiago Rodríguez Olazábal), Choco (Eduardo Roca Salazar), Mederox (José Mederos Sigler), Leandro Soto.
Spirit of Community 2018: Global Reflections, is curated by Community Works NYC's Barbara Horowitz and guest curator Élan Cadiz.
Special Reception and Meet the Artists Event with Latin musical performance featuring the Afro Horns:
June 21, 2018, 5:30PM
RSVP required. Free and Open to the Public.
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Exhibition Dates and Gallery Hours:
June 11, 2018 - Aug. 15, 2018
Weekdays from 8:00AM - 5:00PM
A PUBLIC ART AND EDUCATION PROGRAM OF COMMUNITY WORKS | Global Reflections 2018: Spirit of Community is a visual art exhibition of Community Works' historic "harlem is ..." series.
This program is supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Con Edison, The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, Community Works, New Heritage Theatre Group, Harlem Arts Alliance, Harlem Hospital Center and the Joseph and Diane Steinberg Foundation.