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HARLEM: 2504 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10030. 646-964-5062
Website: Calabar Gallery and Instagram page (please follow us here too). 

WHAT'S NEW?

This month, we continue our expansion of our work and projects outside Calabar Gallery with 2 projects: Greenville Art Walk with the Jersey City Theater Center and a fundraiser with Bronx Charter School for the Arts. We also announce our first call for artists this year. Please share our newsletter with others.

Greenville Art Walk, every First Sunday
We are excited about our involvement in Greenville Art Walk, a monthly art series and gallery popup events in 2020 every first Sunday featuring art exhibitions in storefront spaces along Martin Luther King Drive and other areas in the community as part of the Stories of Greenville and spearheaded by Jersey City Theater Center.

Through Stories of Greenville, JCTC spearheads a multidisciplinary arts project designed to bring exposure to Greenville artists – including visual artists, filmmakers, writers, poets, musicians, dancers and performers – by creating a series of workshops, events, educational programs and performances in one of Jersey City’s oldest but most vibrant neighborhoods.

The event begins at Cherry's Lounge at 102 MLK Drive at 1pm and ends at 5pm. Interested, please email Gallery@jctcenter.org 

BRONX CHARTER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

This year, Atim Annette Oton will serve on the host committee for the annual Bronx Charter School for the Arts (Bronx Arts) Fundraiser. Bronx Charter School for the Arts (Bronx Arts) is a public school founded on the principle that a rich and vibrant background in the arts is a key component of achieving academic excellence. Bronx Arts is in its 15th year of operation serving students in Hunts Point and Soundview areas of the Bronx.

The event will take place on April 27 at the Sugarhill Children's Museum in Harlem. Interested, please email us at info@calabargallery.com

CALL FOR AFRICAN ARTISTS

Emerging And Established African Artists is an exhibition of the work of artists in the US, Europe and on the Continent focused on African Migration, Boundaries and Change globally. Work selected will deal with juxtaposition, post colonialism, cultural survival, mobility, identity, transformation and symbolism. All work of art will considered, including 2 and 3 dimensional pieces, mixed-media, and photography. Please submit work is a PDF document with the following: 3 images of work responding to the call, a short bio, a list of exhibitions and cv,
Website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Please email by January 20, 2020 to info@calabargallery.com

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