Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Art Panel Discussion May 18th

I will be participating in this event on Sunday as part of a panel. This event is part of the Homebase art project which is based in Harlem and includes artists of various nationalities. Some "American diversity" will be added with this event. See if this fits in your schedule and join us:

Sunday May 18, 20082-4pm (arrival requested 1:45pm)
764 St. Nicholas Ave. (at 148th Street)
Contact:Aleathia 718 519 0607

17 international artist transform a historical townhouse in Sugar Hill, Harlem with site-specific artwork addressing the notion of Home.

Harlem Arts Alliance Visual Artist Coordinator and career Visual Artist Aleathia Brown will be accompanied by Averlyn Archer of Canvas Paper and Stone Gallery, Laura Gadson of Gadson Gallery and (To be announced). Join the group for a panel discussion as they give an art talk on the impact that making art in a home environment has on the works they show, produce and share with the community and beyond. Each will share the journey and describe the significance of Home and Heritage a place called Harlem. The panel will share the nuances of converting the place that they rest their soul into an art selling environment. Audience dialogue strongly encouraged. Flat screen DVD presentation of Aleathia Brown's "Live Art" showcase! Donation Suggested: $10.00 (your support enables art to grow & exist)