Are you driven by a passion to create, but that pesky need to keep food on the table keeps getting in the way? Thanks to side gigs, you can ensure money is coming in while still having the time and energy to pursue your artwork. Here are some ideas for flexible and profitable means, allowing… Read more »
Taylor Kuhn, who is the Founder | Strategic Designer for Design for Agency – www.designforagency.com#designforagencyinvited me to create a mural as part of the #participatorydesign project completed with @q_gardens members and neighbors to inspire urban and ecological stewardship in response to the desire for less #wasteand better #management of it in the Flatbush area by residents.What did… Read more »
Opening reception, June 20th, 6-8 pm, in Chelsea. This year’s exhibition was juried by NYC gallerist Nancy Margolis. 35 artists were chosen.
Alaiyo is part of a group exhibition feature art with a floral theme.Opening Reception:Sunday, March 10, 201912 pm-4pmStudio 6 Gallery, Fort Tilden https://www.rockawayartistsalliance.org/current-exhibitions
Black History Month featuring Alaiyo Bradshaw’s Gallery: Her artwork takes a passionate view of social conscience that incorporates drawing and painting through visual journalism. She thinks of her paintings as single frame narratives–windows into the subject: http://bit.ly/2XszzpO
Alaiyo’s Integrative Studio students are in an exhibiting! CONTEXT AND INTERPRETATION: HAZARDS, DISASTERS, AND VULNERABILITIES at Space 776 gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn until the 23rd. Th-Sun, 12-6. The body of work is a showcase of innovative projects revolving around a series of remarkable case studies focusing on environmental and anthropogenic hazards and resilience. This exhibit’s goal is… Read more »
Our December Salon is a week away. We’re starting to hang some beautiful pieces in gorgeous Park Slope. Hope you can com Dec 1 and 2, to meet and mingle with some of the neighborhood’s finest artist! Flatbush Artists Salon Show Facebook page
Whether your child has a mild learning disability or a severe cognitive impairment, there are many ways they can benefit from engaging with the arts. From painting to performing, children of all abilities have much to gain from tapping the creative side of their brain. Brushstrokes and Building Skills Contrary to popular belief, your child… Read more »