Wednesday, August 22, 2018

(C)art Festival : Pop-up Art in the Park.

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Located at the King Manor Museum within Rufus King Park in Jamaica, this event is free and open to the public.

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 Featuring local as well as international artists, neighbors of all ages are invited to experience and engage with art ranging from sculpture, paper-making, drawing, poetry-writing, thinking, organizing, healing, conversation and much more.
 Visitors can make use of the Passive Lawn area outside of King Manor – bring a blanket, picnic, or just enjoy the lovely greenspace. King Manor Museum will also be open for tours 1pm-4:30pm. Park entrance at 153rd Street and Jamaica Avenue, near the Jamaica Center E/J train station, LIRR, and many local bus lines.
Featured artists and projects include:
ART&COM (featuring artists Thiago Szmrecsanyi, Natalia de Campos and Tracy Collins): “COLLECTIVE BARGAIN”
Natali Bravo-Barbee: “Green Card Cart“
Sherese Francis: “Black Cherry Jam’s Story XChange”
Jacqueline Herranz and Margaret Rose Vendryes: “Consume a piece of Cuba before … / Consume un trozo de Cuba antes que …”
Rejin Leys: “PulpMobile”
Shervone Neckles: “Creative Wellness Gathering Station”
Monica Montgomery: “Museum of Impact”
Queens Creative Solidarity (featuring artists Priscilla Stadler and Lorie Caval): “PoeTREE Project”
Elizabeth Velazquez: Interactive Sculpture

Date: September 1

Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm


Event Categories:
Arts Education/Instruction, Arts/Entertainment, Author/Book Event, Crafts/Hobbies, Festival/Fair, Theater

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