|SAY IT LOUD!: Performance Art Scores for the Young, Gifted, and Fabulous is a set of inexpensive do-it-yourself art projects designed for black youth whose schools have lost visual art funding. You can use them to learn about performance art, black history, and contemporary visual artists like David Hammons, Pablo Helguera, Elia Alba and more.
Check out the free online Educator’s Guide.
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Thursdays in October, 2012 @ Vine n Branches. from 4:30-6pm. Try a new score each week to help illustrate the SAY IT LOUD Educators Guide.10/06/2012 @ Bedstuy Alive. Create ghost stories inspired by WPA interviews with former slaves.
09/15/2012 @ SoLA Soiree. Explore the relationship between the Black Power and Civil Rights movement in Sit, a score inspired by Malcolm X’s Ballot or the Bullet Speech and Rosa Parks.
09/08 & 09, 2012: 11am-7pm @ Brooklyn Museum’s GO! Open Studios 434 Marcus Garvey Ave. Try out scores from SAY IT LOUD! to help illustrate the SAY IT LOUD Educators Guide.
08/04 & 11, 2012: 12-2PM @ De Lux Gallery All Natural Hair Salon. 704 Fulton St. Come flex your kinky/curly muscles at this weekly AfroBattle.
10/15/2011 @ BESSA Studio Strut: Bedstuy I Love
10/08/2011 @ Restoration Rocks!: AfroBattles (with judge Jamala Johns of Le Coil), Diva Dutch, and Sit
09/24/2011 @ Vent Festival 2011: The Top 10 Reason I Hate Black History Month (with comedienne Nicky Sunshine)
09/17/2011 @ SOLA Street Soiree: AfroBattles (with the amazing Jenowade Decardo Lewis)