Hatuey Ramos-Fermín, THE POINT CDC, and NOCD-NY announced today that they received an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild New York
Join us for a roundtable discussion on shaping future streets for culture with Hatuey Ramos-Fermín, Jennifer Nitzky, Elena Ketelsen González, and Streets Ahead Culture Working Group members.
Hatuey Ramos-FermÍn and Valeria Miranda, experienced leaders in community programming, offered insights into their professional journeys in the arts sector, and the path that led them to leadership roles in the field. This session centers their experiences as people of color navigating the field. They discussed what it means to create programming curated around theContinue reading “Exploring the Field: Equity and Arts Programmimng”
“While I’m organizing at the legislative level and pushing my colleagues, I’m also funneling information that’s helpful to the ground for the work that [organizers are] doing, and we’re coordinating, and they’re pushing on the outside while I’m pushing on the inside. [I’m] really seeing that develop as part of a larger movement and being able to take my cues.” – Assembly Member Marcela Mitaynes
Space is not neutral. Public space is not equally accessible, but can depend upon race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, economic status, age, and other markers of identity.
Listen to the podcast at FAB NYC. Elizabeth Hamby and Hatuey Ramos Fermin (also known as Meta Local Collaborative) are Bronx based artists who continue to transform our understanding of New York’s largest public space: its streets. They explore the histories of neighborhoods, create site-specific participatory work, engage a broad range of people, and workContinue reading “On being an ‘artist and….’”
Through a decade, The Laundromat Project worked for the residents of New York’s historic minority neighborhoods to get their voices heard. The tools for it? Art and design.
By Eddie Small For DNAInfo CONCOURSE — A Bronx artist wants to hear about your struggles. Artist Hatuey Ramos Fermín has set up an interactive map of the city as part of the Bronx Museum of the Arts’ exhibit on the Young Lords Organization that asks visitors to write down something they are struggling with onContinue reading “Bronx Artist Asks Visitors to Share Their ‘Sites of Struggle’ On NYC Map”
BY MOSTAFA HEDDAYA for Blouin Artinfo The Bronx Museum of the Arts has long distinguished itself by its commitment to the communities that surround it, with its three-and-a-half decade Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) program a leading example of this dedication. The program assists emerging artists of varying degrees of seniority and experience withContinue reading “Artists in the Marketplace at the Bronx Museum”
What art market? Hatuey Ramos-Fermín shows us the thriving and diverse art scene in New York City’s Bronx, where community-driven projects create a robust ecosystem, not an economic system.
By Shant Shahrigian for the Riverdale Press A large banner with an AK-47 silhouetted in front of a cutout of the Puerto Rican flag greets visitors to the Bronx Museum of the Arts’ latest show, conveying something of the shock New Yorkers might have felt when the Young Lords took the city by storm startingContinue reading “Revisiting a heated chapter of Bx history”
Three New York City venues look back at the Puerto Rican nationalist group By MARK ARMAO for the Wall Street Journal When garbage started piling up on East Harlem sidewalks in the late 1960s because of irregular trash collection, a group of young activists decided to intervene. They dragged the discarded mattresses, old refrigerators and abandonedContinue reading “The Art and Activism of the Young Lords”
Work by more than 70 emerging artists from across New York featured in Bronx Calling by VICTORIA STAPLEY-BROWN for The Art Newspaper Twice each year, 18 emerging artists living in the New York metropolitan area participate in Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, a professional development residency programme whose alumniContinue reading “Artists respond to call from the Bronx”
Jessica Vaughn, Glory, 2014, Digital Photograph, 30 x40 in Courtesy of the artist July 9 to September 20, 2015 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 (classes of 2014 and 2015). AIM provides professional developmentContinue reading “Bronx Calling: The Third AIM Biennial”
By: Erin Clarke for NY1 Link to original article and video A popular event from the past is being revived that will close the Grand Concourse for three days this summer and turn it into a wide thoroughfare open for recreation. NY1’s Erin Clarke filed the following report. No vehicles, not even one, will passContinue reading “‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Turn Grand Concourse Into Thoroughfare for Recreation”
Latinos on the 6 Train Line: A Tour of BX Latino Environmentalists and More! First published on Bronx River Sankofa by Morgan Powell Let’s enjoy a few of the hundreds of places overfull with environmental, cultural, and advocacy history (1970s to the present) worth savoring along the Pelham Bay/ no. 6 train line in the Bronx,Continue reading “Latinos on the line”
EFA November 15 – December 21, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, November 15, 6-8pm A Necessary SHIFT is an exhibition and series of events that celebrates and highlights EFA’s Residency for Arts-Workers as Artists, now entering its fourth year. With the launch of this exhibition, we launch the official name for the residency: SHIFT residency, and highlight the activitiesContinue reading “A NECESSARY SHIFT”
by Max Crosbie-Jones for Blouin ARTINFO BANGKOK — Conceptual artist Arin Rungjang was recently confirmed as one of two artists due to helm the Thai Pavilion at this summer’s Venice Biennale (the other being Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch). Surprisingly, it appears that his contribution will be quite un-Rungjang like in some respects — free of the audience activities or site-specific responses for whichContinue reading “Arin Rungjang on Cooking up “Golden Teardrop” for the Thai Pavilion in Venice”
On View from February 01 – February 23 Gallery Location: 305 E. 140th Street, #1A, Bronx, NY 10454 Reception: Friday, February 1, 2013, 6-9pm GALLERY HOURS: Wednesday–Friday, 3pm–6:30pm / Saturday, 12pm–5pm FREE ADMISSION Bronx, NY, January, 2013—Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) is proud to announce Process and Progress: Drew Manahan, Meta Local Collaborative & TheContinue reading “Process and Progress: Drew Manahan, Meta Local Collaborative & The Bronx River Alliance”
Intensivdagarna 2012, Interviews Hannie Chia and Hatuey Ramos-Fermín about The Bronx Museum’s Teen Council Program before their presentation.
Please join us on Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 6:30 PM @ Hostos Community College, to celebrate Hatuey Ramos-Fermin’s “Conversing Bricks” permanent public art installation. The installation was constructed from bricks sent by an anti-immigrant right wing organizations to those congressional representatives who voted against the legislation to build the wall between Arizona and Mexico. TheContinue reading “Celebrating Conversing Bricks”
By Patra Jongjitirat for Project for Public Spaces Elizabeth Hamby and Hatuey Ramos Fermín are people connectors. As artists, activists, and Bronxites, their creative collaborations are all about gathering information from neighbors and presenting it in ways that allow communities to better understand themselves and the urban spaces they create. The two have worked in all kinds ofContinue reading “Citizen Placemakers: Elizabeth Hamby & Hatuey Ramos Fermín Use Art to Bring People Together”
The Voices and Visions Re-imagining America Media Exhibition at the recent Imagining America national conference in New York City presented the work of artists and artist collectives whose practices articulate the mission of Imagining America by thriving in and contributing to community-based action and revitalization. The program was divided between two screening rooms, focusing on the strategy and practice ofContinue reading “Voices and Visions: Re-imagining America Media Exhibition”