Printable Version Link Hostos Community College Bronx Lebanon Hospital & Bill Aguado Invite You to the Unveiling of Conversing Bricks A special art installation by artist Hatuey Ramos-Fermín Keynote Speaker Congressman José E. Serrano Immediately followed by the Bronx debut of the leading Batz’i Rock band from Chiapas, Mexico SAK TZEVUL Saturday, May 12, 2012 / […]
Visting Artist Lecture Series presents Hatuey Ramos Fermin, Fermin is an educator and multimedia artist who uses photography, video, installation, graphics, performance, maps and text to creatively investigate issues related to urban space. Immigration, globalization, past and present history of buildings, and shared-public city spaces are among the themes that inform his work.
CEC ArtsLink’s pioneering project One Big City, the first city-wide effort of its kind, will engage New York City’s diaspora communities through the collaborative projects of local artists and their colleagues from the countries whose émigré populations contribute to New York’s unique makeup. One Big City will provide a platform for artists to explore cultural and artistic identities […]
Mark your calendars for Flux Factory’s Not-so-silent Annual Art Auction & Gala Date: Tuesday, December 20th, 7 pm – 10 pm Location: Center 548: 548 West 22nd Street, NYC Time: Doors open at 7 pm, with silent bidding until 10 pm Help us celebrate a colossal year at Flux Factory with a silent auction of […]
I was involved in this project as the teaching artist! Come and check it out!
Where do you put the stuff that nobody wants but everyone needs?
Join us on Tuesday, September 6 for the debut presentation of Share, Where?, CUP’s most recent Urban Investigation. An intrepid group of Bronx public high school students in the College Now program at Hostos Community College teamed up with CUP to find out how NYC decides where to put the burdensome, smelly, and dangerous facilities that make the city run – but nobody wants in their backyards.
“Being Puerto Rican is not only a state of reality,“ says Irizarry. “We were fed through our veins since childhood all the costumes of our rich culture and the pride that carry us away. But now our eyes are looking through other glasses. Different cultures and different ways of thinking came into our brain–what has being established and demolished by the overground and the underground societies, and what we want to stand for or just let go. We all have a vague idea of who we are, of what we want, a hybrid feeling of images, scenes and ideas. We all see the world through different eyes. We are still here, showing you the fruition of different branches with one same root.“
The People’s Potlucks from MAPP International Productions a program based on Sekou Sundiata’s The America Project, is an artist-led events that explore– through creative expression, personal stories, honest dialogue and a shared meal-issues of importance to engaged, critical citizenship. Bringing together people from all walks of life in small, intimate settings for thoughtful reflection, deep listening, and the possibility […]
Taller Boricua is proud to present “BARRI-O-RAMA” a group exhibition featuring artists Nayda Collazo-Llorens, Rosalinda González, Johnny Ramos, Hatuey Ramos Fermín, Emcee C.M., Master of None and Marna Chester. Incorporating interactive, site-specific multimedia projects, the show both celebrates East Harlem and its community and addresses the different perspectives and challenging issues of the neighborhood.
Hatuey Ramos-Fermín, multimedia artist
Thursday, April 14, 2:00pm, Carman B34
Multimedia artist Hatuey Ramos-Fermín will discuss his use of photography, video, installation, graphics, performance, and text to investigate issues related to the urban space, including immigration, globalization, the past and present history of buildings, and shared public city spaces. Co-sponsored by the School of Arts and Humanities and the Department of Latin American and Puerto Rican Studies.
The Bronx Council on the Arts proudly announces the recipients of this year’s
BCA/DCA Arts Fund Grant.
Tune into eastvillageradio.com this Saturday November 7, 2009 at 1 pm (EST) to hear a live broadcast featuring songs from Center for Urban Pedagogy’s recent Urban Investigation, I Heart East New York.
This exhibition is a viewfinder trained onto the specific sites of the cultural fabric of New York City. The past, represented by the memory imprint of an artistic activity that occurred at a certain site, is “covered” by a current artwork focused on the same site. Through this double take, the past and the present collapse onto each other on a city map. Our intention is to draw precise and living connections between artists, their work, and environments across times — the strands of such connections weave the fabric of the exhibition
I’ll be having one of my artworks as part of the Pre-Holiday Art Sale ! of the Bronx Blue Bedroom Project