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Makeba Rainey And Tijay Mohammed In Creative Conversation

Makeba Rainey and Tijay Mohammed in Creative Conversation

2017 Create Change Fellow Makeba Rainey and Hunts Point/Longwood Artist-in-Residence Tijay Mohammed talk about African Wax Cloth and how they use the fabric in their artwork through this series of videos filmed outside at Kelly Street Garden.
Suran Song

Suran Song

Bringing together opposites and keeping sympathy, Suran makes art that uses yoga as medium. The inspiration of Sanskrit and the civics of politics influence her work as a painter and…

Tomie Arai

Tomie Arai

Tomie Arai is a public artist who lives and works in NYC. Tomie has painted murals with community groups on the Lower East Side and has designed permanent public works…

Xenia Diente

Xenia Diente

Xenia Diente is a Public Art Manager/Percent for Art Liaison at NYC Department of Design and Construction, integrating permanent art with the City’s capital improvement program. She was a product…

Mary Jeys

Mary Jeys

Mary Jeys is a multi-media artist and activist. She founded the Brooklyn Torch Project, a local currency initiative for North Brooklyn in 2009 after receiving a small community grant from…

Nontsikelelo Mutiti

Nontsikelelo Mutiti

Nontsikelelo Mutiti is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose work encompasses fine art, design, and social practice. Born in Zimbabwe, Mutiti holds a diploma in multimedia art from the Zimbabwe…

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