Society changes, sometimes positively, and sometimes negatively. As people of the new generation; we need to acknowledge the past, access the present, and develop the future to better society.
New Yorkers are familiar with starless nights, as light pollution overwhelms all but the most intense stars. We set out to compare light pollution across different neighborhoods.
The theme for our zine revolves around our identities as New Yorkers. Our scrapbook theme is chronologically organized from sunrise to sunset to nightlife in the city. As New Yorkers, we are able to gain the ability to not only travel around the different boroughs: but also to travel around no matter the time of day. We are able to view the same scenery, the same landscape, the same environment; in both a new light and a new perspective.
Do you say “waterfall” or “airsip”? In our city with such a myriad of culture and traditions, come take a little glimpse into each of our lives as we show you how we have navigated living life in a city filled with wonders!
Taste of Harlem is a Juneteenth Food Festival in Marcus Garvey Park. We’ve created a hands on experience that highlights traditional and modern ingredients, along with foods that show how culture is passed down through generations.
“All lives end, but some are deemed more important than others.”
How have black artists’ views on black futurity changed over time? Learn from our video, where we guide you through our curatorial exhibition.
The Arts in NYC Seminar emphasized how NYC is our classroom! Exposé reveals the journey of exploring and redefining this truth.
Airports are a major source of air pollution in the United States. This project studies which airport, LAX airport or JFK airport, has worser environmental and health outcomes and why.
Pay attention to your thoughts and your movements. Motion isn’t just physical; it represents our emotions and our desire to express them.