Nou La- We Reach!

The Journeys and Dreams of Brooklyn’s Caribtropolis: a mixed media, multi-disciplinary, interactive exhibition in partnership with Brooklyn Arts Council’s Creative Coalitions, June 16 to September 23, 2018

Be immersed in stories and artwork reflecting on the Caribbean migrations that have profoundly impacted Brooklyn’s cultural fabric, through works from Brooklyn-based artists. Exploring themes of innovation and preservation, migration and displacement, and resistance and becoming, this exhibit draws upon the voice

s of the communities of Brownsville, East Flatbush, and beyond. The exhibit includes artwork by the museum’s Artist-in-Residence, Iviva Olenick alongside artists she worked with as part of her residency at Midwood Active Adults.

Artists include: Sheila Anozier, Aisha Tahndiwe Bell, Sharela Bonfield, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Conjunto Folklorico Nuevo Milenio, Sophia Domeville, Jennifer Harley, Floyd Jarvis, Robin Marion, Zatara McIntyre, Iviva Olenick, Sonia Paulino, Sol’Sax, Linda Schneider, Something Positive, Sesame Flyers, Winston Stiell, Nou-La Video by Adesiji Awyoinka

Brooklyn Arts Council’s Nou La–We Reach! program is supported by the Lincoln Center Cultural Innovation Fund, which is generously supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and administered by Lincoln Center.

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