An Art Fundraiser honoring Rev. Robert Chase of Intersections International and Kamala Cesar of Lotus Music and Dance and Drums Along the Hudson, to benefit Nitchen, Inc., a nonprofit organization founded to advocate for New York City’s Native American children.
OPENING RECEPTION & HONORING CEREMONY
Wednesday, October 15th, 6-9pm
Performances by Indigenous Dancers and Drummers
Suggested donation for Reception – $10
Exhibition & Art Sale continues through November 14
Gallery Hours: Monday & Wednesday 12noon-6pm; Tuesday & Thursday 10:00am-7:30pm; and Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm.
Exhibiting Artists include Nadema Agard (Cherokee/Lakota/Powhatan), Priscilla Bell (Taino), Esteban Cabeza de Baca (Apache/Navajo/Mestizo), Robert Cangiano (Maya), Khadijah Canns (Abenaki/Cherokee), Tommy Cheng (Hawaiian), Amaru Chiza (Quechua), Ermelinda Cortes (Taino), Alexie Cruz (Taino), Barbara Little Bear Delisle (Mohawk), Paul Deo (Powhatan), Shannon Flynn (Chippewa), Kae Gabrielle (Quechua/Mohawk), Guadalupe García-Vásquez (Mexica), Joseph Quillsong Gullo (Cherokee), Pamela Ifandy (InterIndigenous), Tlisza Jaurique (Mexica/Yaqui), Joseph W. Kabance (Prairie Band Potawatomi), Jesi Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole), Karen “Aiki” Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole), Towanna Miller (Mohawk), James Murphy (Cherokee), Phyllis Sanfiorenzo (Taino), Barbara James Snyder (Paiute/Washoe), Surge Velez (Taino), and Marcus Zilliox (Cheyenne/Pima/Mexica).
Posted in Art and Culture, HarlemCondoLife Tagged with: Alexie Cruz (Taino), Amaru Chiza (Quechua), and Marcus Zilliox (Cheyenne/Pima/Mexica)., Barbara James Snyder (Paiute/Washoe), Barbara Little Bear Delisle (Mohawk), Dance and Drums Along the Hudson, Ermelinda Cortes (Taino), Esteban Cabeza de Baca (Apache/Navajo/Mestizo), Guadalupe García-Vásquez (Mexica), Inc, Indigenous Dancers and Drummers, Intersections International, James Murphy (Cherokee), Jesi Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole), Joseph Quillsong Gullo (Cherokee), Joseph W. Kabance (Prairie Band Potawatomi), Kae Gabrielle (Quechua/Mohawk), Kamala Cesar, Karen “Aiki” Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole), Khadijah Canns (Abenaki/Cherokee), Lotus Music, Nadema Agard (Cherokee/Lakota/Powhatan), Nitchen, Pamela Ifandy (InterIndigenous), Paul Deo (Powhatan), Phyllis Sanfiorenzo (Taino), Priscilla Bell (Taino), Rev. Robert Chase, Robert Cangiano (Maya), Shannon Flynn (Chippewa), Surge Velez (Taino), Tlisza Jaurique (Mexica/Yaqui), Tommy Cheng (Hawaiian), Towanna Miller (Mohawk)
Passing along a real estate update from Robb D. Pair, President of Harlem Lofts, Inc. From the Polo Grounds to a “field of dreams”, Harlem has come a long way.
From 1998 to the present, here are some real estate charts and status reports and interesting sales statistics from townhouses to condominiums presented by the President of Harlem Lofts, Inc.
A Word From Robb
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Harlem Students Face Off in Teen Battle Chef Competition
Twelve Harlem students who have mastered an eight-week culinary program will put their cooking skills to the test when they face off in Teen Battle Chef Live.
Teen Battle Chef Live is the culmination of an intensive program aimed at preventing obesity and diabetes. Students from Democracy Prep, a Harlem charter school, and The Harlem Dream Center, an afterschool program, will show off the techniques they learned that are needed to prepare delicious and nutritious food through healthy cooking. Two teams of students will complete a designated recipe that reflects the healthy, multi-ethnic meals and sophisticated culinary techniques they learned during the program.
New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray will deliver opening remarks, with Chef Alexander Smalls, Food Network personality Ellie Krieger and Izabela Wojcik, Director of House Programming of the James Beard Foundation serving as judges.
The event is sponsored by EmblemHealth and the Metro-Manhattan Chapter of the Links, Inc. The event is open to the public and free to attend.
WHEN: Thursday, June 12, 2014
6 p.m. | Reception
7 – 8 p.m. | Competition
WHERE: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Langston Hughes Auditorium
515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY
(NW corner of West 135th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard)
About The Metro-Manhattan Chapter, of the Links, Inc.
The Metro-Manhattan Chapter of The Links, Incorporated established in the Harlem community in 1988, is a proud addition to a National organization established in 1946. The Chapter’s express mission is to serve the Greater Harlem community. The chapter’s hard work has established a reputation at the local and national level for effective programming through its signature Young Achiever’s program and other equally impactful initiatives that have impacted Harlem institutions such as the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Harlem Hospital, the Studio Museum in Harlem, Thurgood Marshall Academy, and countless men, women and children in Harlem and around the world.
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