How can art talk about Displaced Neighborhoods? Did you know Lincoln Center was built on top of a once-hustling neighborhood, with diversity beyond imagination? Or New York City had a prosperous Neighborhood that was displaced due to racial inequality.
New York experience is incomplete without the MTA. However, the beauty surrounding these stations gets ignored in our busy lives. Our project intends to identify the subway art throughout NYC.
The Arts in NYC Seminar emphasized that NYC is our classroom! While we have heard this statement so many times, we decided to document our journey exploring this truth.
Our experiences this semester battling internal and external pressures and their impact on our identities.
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.
There is a hidden secret buried underneath NYC’s beloved Bryant park– and quite literally. Dive in deeper with us as we explore this unknown history and how we can honor it today.
Do you like jokes? Being entertained or making others laugh? This presentation is about stand-up comedy, the comedian Hasan Minhaj, and the power comedy has over both audiences and comedians.
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.
The Arts in NYC Seminar emphasized how NYC is our classroom! Exposé reveals the journey of exploring and redefining this truth.
Our display will blow your socks off with our loving interpretation of our Macaulay experience featuring dancers, memories, art, and inside jokes.