Parade of Perseverance

El Museo prepares for 41st Annual Three Kings Day Parade Story by Gregg McQueen Parade of PerseveranceDesfile de la perseverancia Four … More

Bronx Artist Asks Visitors to Share Their ‘Sites of Struggle’ On NYC Map

By Eddie Small For DNAInfo CONCOURSE — A Bronx artist wants to hear about your struggles. Artist Hatuey Ramos Fermín has … More

Artists in the Marketplace at the Bronx Museum

  BY MOSTAFA HEDDAYA for Blouin Artinfo The Bronx Museum of the Arts has long distinguished itself by its commitment … More

The Young Lords’ Radical Agenda and the Problems that Persist

by Vic Vaiana for Hyperallergic The Bronx Museum of Art, El Museo del Barrio, and Loisaida Inc. are exhibiting the work … More

When the Young Lords Were Outlaws in New York

by Holland Cotter for the New York Times On July 26, 1969, a group of young Latinos stood in the … More

Revisiting a heated chapter of Bx history

By Shant Shahrigian for the Riverdale Press A large banner with an AK-47 silhouetted in front of a cutout of … More

Emerging artists take the Bronx

The Art and Activism of the Young Lords

Three New York City venues look back at the Puerto Rican nationalist group By MARK ARMAO for the Wall Street Journal … More

Artists respond to call from the Bronx

Work by more than 70 emerging artists from across New York featured in Bronx Calling by VICTORIA STAPLEY-BROWN for The Art … More

Marchers demand cleaner air, healthier food

By Rachel Brown for the Hunts Point Express Dozens of Hunts Point residents marched with nearly 400,000 demonstrators in the … More

‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Turn Grand Concourse Into Thoroughfare for Recreation

By: Erin Clarke for NY1 Link to original article and video A popular event from the past is being revived … More

Community leaders looking to restore Bronx tradition by bringing ‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Concourse Village

Bronx organizers and business leaders hope to bring ‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Grand Concourse nearly two decades after the … More

A Bronx Blast From the Past: Car-Free Grand Concourse Gets CB 4 Support

by Stephen Miller for Streetsblog It’s been an on-again, off-again tradition for at least two decades: Turning the center lanes of the … More

WADE IN THE WATER AT BRONX RIVER ART CENTER

Hautey Ramos from Bronx River Art Center is back to discuss the Waterfront event happening at Bronx River Art Center. … More

Guest Lesson | Thinking Critically About Food in a Season of Plenty

By Suzie Boss for the Learning Network of the New York Times Go to related article » This is the second post in … More

Citizen Placemakers: Elizabeth Hamby & Hatuey Ramos Fermín Use Art to Bring People Together

By Patra Jongjitirat for Project for Public Spaces Elizabeth Hamby and Hatuey Ramos Fermín are people connectors. As artists, activists, and Bronxites, their … More

How Do Supermarkets Decide Where to Open?

A funky, fresh look at how supermarkets work in urban neighborhoods By CUP for Gilt Taste Last year, we shared a … More

Bienal de Arte en el Bronx

Por: EFE para Telemundo Más de 75 artistas participan en la Tercera Bienal de Arte Latinoamericano en El Bronx, que … More

2 BX artists bring ‘Mind the Gap’ project to Mott Haven

2 BX artists bring ‘Mind the Gap’ project to Mott Haven by Bornx News 12 MOTT HAVEN – Two Bronx residents … More

Mott Haven artists transform laundromat into interactive art site

By Patrick Wall for DNAinfo MOTT HAVEN — With its rumbling dryers and stinging smell of detergent, the Blue and … More

‘Paradise’ Boosts Bronx Arts Scene

By Sarah Ramirez for Norwood News The success of this spring’s “This Side of Paradise” exhibit, which took place at … More

An ‘Art of the 5’ shout-out!

By HERB BOYD Special to the AmNews At the center of the “Art of the 5: A Shout Out to … More

Art show at Bronx Museum curated by local teens features artworks also by area teens

By Tanyanika Samuels / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS When “The Other I” art exhibit opens Thursday at the Bronx Museum of the … More

This Side of a Postmodern Paradise: No Longer Empty in the Andrew Freedman Home

By  Caroline Bauer for Untapped Cities The two-month run of This Side of Paradise, the much celebrated exhibit by No Longer Empty, … More

Public Art Review: Taking it to the Streets

by Jules Rochielle for Public Art Review, Food for Thought Issue “Artists hit the road using creativity, communication, and food … More

The Serrano Report, Vol. IX, #11

In the Bronx Unveiling Pro-Immigrant Art Made from Anti-Immigrant Bricks Jose Serrano’s Newsletter reports Last Saturday, Congressman Serrano joined Hostos … More

“Wall of Hope” artwork at Hostos Community College

By TANYANIKA SAMUELS for the New York Daily News Hundreds of bricks once used as anti-immigrant messages are finding a new … More

Immigration Opponents’ Bricks Repurposed For A Respectful Bronx Artwork

  By: Natasha Ghoneim for NY1 Immigration reform inspires passionate views, and hundreds of bricks sent to members of Congress to … More

Un muro de tolerancia se alza en el Bronx.

POR: Carolina Ledezma / EDLP   El Bronx.- En 2006, grupos antiinmigrantes se unieron para enviar a congresistas en Washington más … More

Bill Aguado discusses upcoming “Conversing Bricks” Art Installation by Hatuey Ramos-Fermin

Bill Aguado discusses upcoming “Conversing Bricks” Art Installation by Hatuey Ramos-Fermin at Bronxnet