Curated by Bronx-based artists Hatuey Ramos-Fermín and Laura Napier, Bronx Calling: The Third AIM Biennial features the work of seventy-two emerging artists engaged in the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program from the Bronx Museum of the Arts (classes of 2014 and 2015). AIM provides professional development opportunities for emerging artists residing and working inContinue reading “Bronx Calling: The Third A.I.M. Biennial”
Process and Progress: Brooke Singer, SLO Architecture, NYC Department of City Planning, 596 Acres, Bronx River Art Center’s Teen Project Studio Exhibition curated by Hatuey Ramos-Fermín for the Bronx River Art Center highlights strategies employed by architects, artists, urban planners, neighborhood activists, and local youth to articulate and improve the environmental and infrastructure challenges thatContinue reading “Process and Progress”
Process and Progress: The Bronx River was produced in a partnership between Meta Local Collaborative & the Bronx River Alliance. It included an exhibition and a series of public programs focusing on the past, the present, and the future of the Bronx River. Meta Local installed at the Bronx River Art Center, a large timeline withContinue reading “Process and Progress: The Bronx River”
This project is part of meta local collaborative. Photo Documentation by Jo Q Nelson, Chad Stayrook and Hatuey Ramos-Fermín While the Bronx was Burning, Casa Amadeo was holding it down was a multi-modal installation and series of public programs. This project was produced collaboratively by Elizabeth Hamby, Hatuey Ramos-Fermín, and Action Club (Chris Domenick, Kerry Downey, Jo Q. Nelson, Douglas Paulson), as partContinue reading “While the Bronx was Burning, Casa Amadeo was holding it down”
Photo documentation by: Barbara Sullivan Text by Curator Christine Licata “EAsT Harlem,” a collaborative multimedia, curatorial-art-project that investigates alternative solutions to the on-going problem of fresh food access in East Harlem, NYC. One of the main issues in healthy eating is accessibility – knowing where to find alternatives and having choices and options. In response toContinue reading “EAsT Harlem”
Fashion Moda’s founder Stefan Eins maintains that art “can happen anywhere and that it can be appreciated and made by people who are known and unknown, trained and untrained, rich and poor.” REFASHIONING: MODA was a tribute exhibition (September 18 – 27, 2009) created by Bronx-based artist Hatuey Ramos-Fermín in response to an invitation toContinue reading “Refashioning Moda”
These projects are part of the installation Anywhere but here… In Framing Conversations I played the role of a photography instructor doing a workshop with predominantly Latin American immigrants in Amsterdam, NL. We exchanged knowledge, I talked and taught ideas, techniques and tips about photography and they talked about their experiences as immigrants.
Communications Project: TUTV-Puerto Rico’s Platform for Arts, Media and Community Development. Communications Project promoted new pathways for community-based learning development. The Project conducts workshops in drama, photography, graphic design, radio, and video in communities throughout Puerto Rico. People of all ages develop in our sessions texts, stories, images, and sounds that convey feelings, interests, hopesContinue reading “Communications Project”