Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora - 651
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Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora - 651
Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora - 651
Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora - 651
"Watching" by Pratt Institute student Jack Ketteler on Myrtle Avenue

Myths Artists believe with Eli Kuslansky

Do you believe in the overnight sensation, or that you’ll need to starve to be an artist or that you’ll need to work in isolation? That success is for...

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Playwright Cesi Davidson Articulates

Art that Heals | Deals with the tough topics of domestic violence, cyber – bullying and other forms of trauma in her book Articulation, a series of one act...

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651-Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora

Brooklyn continues to be the Borough of First with African Diasporic 651 ARTS appointing Raelle Myrick – Hodges as its first Creative Director. Hosts Toni Williams and Eli Kuslansky...

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