August 19: Harlem Arts Stroll

The last stroll of the summer. REGISTER HERE TO PARTICIPATE.

Beginning at Calabar Gallery  this August at 12 noon, Harlem Arts Stroll on August 19 will feature:

Calabar Gallery. 2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (@134th Street), New York, NY 10030, (646) 964-5062, info@calabargallery.com.

  • All Day: Conversations in Patterns, Textiles, Figures and Portraits: IFY CHIEJINA AND JAMILLA OKUBO, An exhibition that speaks to the process of art by Kenyan American artist Jamilla Okubo and Nigerian American artist Ify Chiejina. Also in the gallery, the work of sculptor Nakazzi Hutchinson, multimedia artist Musah Swallah and photographer Marcia Wilson can be seen.
  • 1:30pm-3pm: JAMILLA OKUBO & IFY CHIEJINA: ARTIST TALK moderated by ARIEL JACKSON. Conversations in Patterns, Textiles, Figures and Portraits: JAMILLA OKUBO AND IFY CHIEJINA is an exhibition that speaks to the process of art by Kenyan American artist Jamilla Okubo and Nigerian American artist Ify Chiejina. Artist Ariel Jackson will moderate the talk with these two artists about their work.
  • 3pm – 4:45pm: Living Beyond the Precipice with Taneeka L. Wilder and Angela Williamson. Taneeka L. Wilder will discuss her book, “On the Precipice of Love Illuminated,” and share some pieces from the book itself, her journey, as an author. Angela Williamson will be speaking and reading from her upcoming poetry book.These two authors will be showcasing our work, and books will be available for purchase. REGISTER HERE.
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  • 5pm-6:30pm: Art of African Textiles by Atim Annette Oton with State of the Arts NYC. REGISTER HERE.
  • H Week special Black LH Mattes
  • 7pm-8:30pm: Revisiting & Re-Energizing Harlem’s Exciting Cultural Landscape for the Future. As Harlem seems to be losing more and more of its cultural imagery Barbara Jones of The Harlem Swing Dance Society  will lead a exciting review of Harlem’s most famed dance and discuss the need to restore stronger its significance and legacy in the community. Includes Film Clips w/ Q & A Talk Back DiscussionREGISTER HERE.

Neighborhood Women’s Collective2494 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10030, (914) 257-3635, neighborhoodwomenscollective@gmail.com

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  • 12pm – 7pm: Artist – Jessica Dixon. Opening – ~Refreshments Served~Exhibit on view through September 9th, 2017. Open Wednesday- Friday 12:00-6:00pm, Saturday, 12:00- 7:00pm and Sunday 12:00-6:00pm
  • Jessica attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. After years focused on designing clothes for people, she realized her strength was in drawing and painting art inspired by fashion and her creator, God. When her parents, artists themselves, opened a new church Jessica painted a picture of an angel to be hung in the sanctuary.  One angel inspired her entire new collection, a series of paintings inspired by Jesus and angels. Her goal is to bring people closer to God through her art, to uplift and for God to speak through her art. She resides in Brooklyn with her son Peace and loving husband.

The Gadson Gallery, 225 West 134th street (between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. & Frederick Douglass Blvd), New York NY 10030, 212-694-0262. gadsongallery@aol.com

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  • 1pm – 6pm: Art in the Garden featuring Laura R Gadson – Wearable Fiber Fabulosity, Quilts & more. Shimoda Accessories- Beaded Elegance & Adornments and More

Strivers Garden Gallery, 300 West 135 Street, New York, NY 10027

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  • 2pm-5pm: Strivers Gardens Gallery and Diaspora Now Inc. present

    “Color and Texture Explored” featuring wall sculptures by multi-media artists Jorge A. Valdes (JAVA) and Alfred Weekes curated by Anderson Pilgrim of Diaspora Now.  Meet the Artists: Saturday, August 19, 2-5 pm. Closing Reception: Saturday, September 16, 12 –4 pm. Viewing Hours: Sunday, August 20, 12-4 pm and by appointment – Curator: Anderson M. Pilgrim – Executive Director, CaFA Fair Barbados. Contact Info: 646-267-8831 or ampilgrim@hotmail.com

I, Too Arts Collective 20 East 127th Street [between Fifth and Madison Avenues]

La Maison d’Art: 259 West 132nd Street, New York, NY 10027, (718) 593-4108,     info@lamaisondartny.com, website: lamaisondartny.comfaces

  • FACES, an exhibition by Like Minded People

Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center, 2785 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (at 148th Street) New York, NY 10039, (212) 862-2787, info@neimancenter.org

  • WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION

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Published by atimannetteoton

Atim Annette Oton is a Nigerian-born US and British educated designer and entrepreneur who runs three stores - Calabar Imports. She was also the publisher of Calabar Magazine, wrote for HuffPost Black Voices and her blog, http://atimannetteoton.com/

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