2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd between 121st & 122nd St.
Gallery Hours, June 15th 2012 – June 27th 2012
Mon. 4:30pm-6:30pm; Thurs 4pm-7pm; Sat. & Sun. 12pm-4pm
This exhibition is exposing stories, bringing them into a new light, their own light. It represents the immense potential that is within every one of us.Art starts off like a piece of clay that's ours to form and create. Each piece explains a portion of their soul exposing parts of themselves they didn't know existed. A talent is never new, you just had no knowledge of it until you've explored and learned more about yourself.
After this unexplored talent is tapped into, a new power is unleashed. It creates a turning point in our stories. It's the start of a new revolution, the beginning of a new form of exposure.
Statement Written by Teen Curators: Anaya, Ebony, Nick, Quasim
Exhibit Manager: Farah
Tasting by: Corner Social
Solomon Hicks guitar (jazz, blues, R&B) of the Harlem Arts Alliance and Souleo Enterprises' CULTURE CRASHERS
In collaboration with Adelphi University · Art in FLUX Harlem · Center for Community Alternatives · Children's Aid Society LINC Program & Next Generation Center · ImageNation · Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund · NYC Dept. of Probation/ Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College· Office of Children and Family Services · Union Square Award