Statues for Equality in NYC

On this video-tour we see how Australian artists Gillie and Marc’s Statues for Equality aim to balance gender representation in public art, and honor women’s contributions to society. In New York City, less than 3% of statues are female, with Sydney and London following suit with 4% and 3% respectively. Gillie and Marc are on …

Dreaming Awake in Washington Heights

  Kathy Ruttenberg on exhibit at the Broadway Malls throughout Broadway Av. north of 64th street to 157th Sts. in Manhattan. In this particular presentation we creatively visualize “Fish Bowl” on view at Ilka Tanya Payan Park. To learn more about this exhibit visit here. Please share this moment in time 🙂 To creatively visualize …

First Black-American Newspaper

On this the 16th day of March, back in 1827, the first Black American newspaper, “Freedom’s Journal” began publishing in New York City. “Freedom’s Journal” was the first African-American owned and operated newspaper published in the United States. It was founded by black men in New York City and was published weekly until 1829. The publication was …