“There is no art market in the Bronx.Things are community based, not market based in the Bronx.”
DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS: Art in The Bronx The Bronx has a rich, diverse, and productive artistic community, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a commercial gallery in the borough.
What art market? Hatuey Ramos-Fermín shows us the thriving and diverse art scene in New York City’s Bronx, where community-driven projects create a robust ecosystem, not an economic system.
Sneak peek of a project for Presente: The Young Lords in New York exhibition. More to come…
Boogie on the Boulevard After two years of hard work from a diverse range of Bronx community members, I’m happy to report that Boogie on the Boulevard (formerly known as Car Free Sundays) is coming back to the Grand Concourse! Please join us and help spread the word about these great events!
goodblacknews: Local Entrepreneur Tanya Fields Brings Fresh Produce to the Bronx Via a Veggie Mart on Wheels The old school bus painted with big green and purple leaves pushed through the icy rain to ease alongside Southern Boulevard in the South Bronx.
boogiedownrides: Connect the Putnam Trail Please share, repost and sign!
By Taja Lindley | June 2013 On a rainy day in May I’m making my way to the Bronx Academy for Arts and Dance (BAAD!). The walk from the 6 train station at Longwood Avenue is a long one, or rather it feels that way because I’m walking into a place that’s tucked away, out […]