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Immigrants Are US: The (G)eneration Project A Virtual Workshop 2020

August 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free

The G Project is a public art campaign – a simple idea that we are all immigrants and our common threads are bigger than our differences. The G Project hopes that if we can all see each other by the number of generations (G) we have been in this country, then our similarities will far outweigh our differences, and we can begin to consider each other as equal.

This interactive virtual event is part of a national public art campaign by WHDC grantee, the Harlem Arts Foundation and immigrant artist Harlem resident Edward Hillel. Participants will engage in a dialogue to determine and record their (G) status. The G project hopes to build and expand a conversation between Americans from all walks of life, in order to begin to recognize ourselves in each other and each other in ourselves: we are ALL immigrants.

Details

Date:
August 22
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/immigrants-are-us-the-generation-project-a-virtual-workshop-2020-tickets-114602777994

Organizer

Harlem Biennale
Phone:
(212) 996-2720
Email:
contact@harlembiennale.org
Website:
http://www.harlembiennale.org/

 

 

About West Harlem Development Corporation
West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) is a New York City-based nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization incorporated in 2011 whose mission is to promote increased economic opportunities and quality of life to sustain a vibrant West Harlem community. WHDC’s core program areas are education, workforce and economic development, and affordable housing. With its slogan “Solutions Through Collaborations”, WHDC partially achieves its mission through grantmaking to nonprofit organizations to provide services that benefit the residents of New York City’s Manhattan Community District 9 (MCD9), more commonly referred to as West Harlem. The boundaries of MCD9 are defined as: South to North from 110th Street to 155th Street; East to West from Manhattan, Morningside, St. Nicholas, Bradhurst, Edgecombe Avenues to the Hudson River.