Popping Up at the entrance to Harlem, an exhibition, workshops and music will fill an empty storefront at 301 West 110th Street (enter on Frederick Douglass Boulevard in the old Subway Shop). Opening May 7th and on view throughout the month.
Two art exhibitions on view, ‘Grieving’, a series of encaustic paintings by artist Reuben Sinha ~ who currently has the outdoor art installation, Breathing Without Fear, in Marcus Garvey Park.
And ‘Resonance‘, works in progress by Joanne Dugan ~ handmade abstract collages of Cyanotype and Silver Gelatin photographic materials.
This is an opportunity for attendees to see the artists at work. This program will also include workshops, art talks, and evenings of live music by several local musicians.
The Harlem Artists Residency and Community Arts pop-up is supported with grants from LMCC and UMEZ.
If you go, you will find yourself on one of Harlem’s fabulous Restaurant Rows. Head north on Frederick Douglass Boulevard & explore! (you are 3 short blocks away from Melba’s).