RESILIENCE: PART 2
August 27th at 31st Avenue between 33rd/34th Streets 
in collaboration with: 31st Avenue Open Street Coalition, Asian Americans for Equality, Voces Latinas, Safewalx NYC and South Queens Women's March
(we recommend viewing these on your desktop  PC credits to Martial Davis]

Cynthia Alberto Weaver
Cynthia Alberto Weaver
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Cynthia Alberto Weaver
Cynthia Alberto Weaver

Weaving Workshop

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IMG_2730_edited

Weaving Workshop

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Ron and Elliot
Ron and Elliot
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Street view Ron and Elliot_edited
Street view Ron and Elliot_edited
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Nafisa and Eric
Nafisa and Eric

Viewing DSI Installation

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AAFE Self Defense Class
AAFE Self Defense Class

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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AAFE Self Defense Class
AAFE Self Defense Class

A black artist who specializes in airbrush portraiture, abstract pours and superhero drawings

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AAFE Self Defense Class
AAFE Self Defense Class
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AAFE Self Defense Class
AAFE Self Defense Class

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Meka J Woods
Meka J Woods

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Meka J Woods_edited
Meka J Woods_edited

An overview of our founders showcase at the LMQ Block Party

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Echo
Echo
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Voces Latinas
Voces Latinas
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Zora Iman Crews
Zora Iman Crews

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Gender Splendor
Gender Splendor

Kim's watercolor, Kyra's architectural model's and Mark's BAYANI comic series

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Too Many Leaders
Too Many Leaders

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Too Many Leaders
Too Many Leaders

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Too Many Leaders
Too Many Leaders

Street lab drawing with local kids

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Mitchell and Rohan
Mitchell and Rohan

Digital rendering by Kyra Cuevas

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RESILIENCE: PART 1
June 18th at 34th Avenue between 93rd/94th Streets 
in collaboration with: 34th Avenue Open Streets Coalition, Asian Americans for Equality, Blasian March and Voces Latinas
(we recommend viewing these on your desktop  PC credits to Martial Davis]

 
Karla Florez School of Dance
Karla Florez School of Dance
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Karla Florez School of Dance
Karla Florez School of Dance
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Crowd and Karla Florez
Crowd and Karla Florez
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Karla Florez School of Dance
Karla Florez School of Dance

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Audience - Nena Kunatee
Audience - Nena Kunatee

Viewing DSI Installation

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Meka J Woods
Meka J Woods
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Robin and Katrina
Robin and Katrina

A black artist who specializes in airbrush portraiture, abstract pours and superhero drawings

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Blasian March
Blasian March
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Nena Kunatee and Student
Nena Kunatee and Student

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Katrina and Robin
Katrina and Robin

An overview of our founders showcase at the LMQ Block Party

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FurDaRepublick
FurDaRepublick

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Streetview - A Look at Nafisa Ferdous' Work
Streetview - A Look at Nafisa Ferdous' Work
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Streetview - A Look at Adriana Taboada's Work
Streetview - A Look at Adriana Taboada's Work

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Eric Cheung's Work
Eric Cheung's Work

Kim's watercolor, Kyra's architectural model's and Mark's BAYANI comic series

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Nafisa Ferdous and Crowd
Nafisa Ferdous and Crowd

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Voces Latinas
Voces Latinas

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Asian Americans For Equality
Asian Americans For Equality

Street lab drawing with local kids

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Vicky Volunteer Chalk Artwork
Vicky Volunteer Chalk Artwork

Digital rendering by Kyra Cuevas

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Nafisa Ferdous
Nafisa Ferdous

Digital Map by Kyra cuevas

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IMG_5247

Digital rendering by Kyra Cuevas

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LITTLE MANILA BLOCK PARTY
October 2nd at 70th Street & Roosevelt Avenue 
in collaboration with: National Alliance for Filipino Concerns-Northeast, Filipino American National Historical Society, Little Manila Queens Bayanihan Arts and Woodside on the Move.
(we recommend viewing these on your desktop) Some PC credits to Little Manila Queens]

 
WOTM AWARD PHOTO
WOTM AWARD PHOTO
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Kyra and Kim
Kyra and Kim

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Kim
Kim

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Bibingka Mama
Bibingka Mama

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Daphne Palasi - Brown Girls
Daphne Palasi - Brown Girls

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Kinding Sindaw
Kinding Sindaw
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Kinding Sindaw
Kinding Sindaw

A black artist who specializes in airbrush portraiture, abstract pours and superhero drawings

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Bibingka Mama
Bibingka Mama
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Crowd View
Crowd View
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7 Train POV
7 Train POV

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Visitor
Visitor

Viewing DSI Installation

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Overview
Overview

An overview of our founders showcase at the LMQ Block Party

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Fil Mix
Fil Mix

Kim's watercolor, Kyra's architectural model's and Mark's BAYANI comic series

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Housing Problems
Housing Problems

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Housing Problems II
Housing Problems II

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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Housing Problems II
Housing Problems II

Sculpture by Kyra Cuevas

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IMG_8541_edited

Street lab drawing with local kids

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Tracing Chicago
Tracing Chicago

Digital Map by Kyra cuevas

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II
II

Digital rendering by Kyra Cuevas

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III
III

Digital rendering by Kyra Cuevas

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POWER & PRIDE
June 20th at 34th Avenue and 93rd Street 
in collaboration with: the 34th Avenue Open Street Coalition
(we recommend viewing these on your desktop) [PHOTOS TO BE EDITED]

Bulan Moon
Bulan Moon

Still of Bulan Moon's Pride performance

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Areli Hidalgo
Areli Hidalgo

Photograph of a hand painted hat

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Areli Hidalgo - Crochet Goodies
Areli Hidalgo - Crochet Goodies

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Still of Areli
Still of Areli

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Elliot and Catherine
Elliot and Catherine

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Catherine Goode
Catherine Goode

Photography collection

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Catherine Goode
Catherine Goode

Street lab drawing with local kids

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Firas Harith_edited_edited
Firas Harith_edited_edited

Courtesy of Firas Harith

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Black Land Ownership
Black Land Ownership

Partial group photo, including our collective, Arts as Activism, Astoria Urban Ecology Alliance, and Kaleidospace

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Adriana Taboada
Adriana Taboada

An opening line up

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Arts As Activism Queens
Arts As Activism Queens

Ana from Arts As Activism Queens activating streets with Children

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Juneteenth
Juneteenth

Ron Hall and Elliot Johnson work 2

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Crowd cheering on NATICA
Crowd cheering on NATICA

Street lab's street market toolset!

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NATICA
NATICA

A quick dance break with community members

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NATICA 1
NATICA 1

NATICA, a latina singer-song writer based in Manhattan and Queens

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Too Many Leaders
Too Many Leaders

FurdaRepublick, a local latino producer that makes smooth, complex groovy and atmospheric beats

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Too Many Leaders
Too Many Leaders

Still of Too Many Leaders

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Back View of Too Many Leaders
Back View of Too Many Leaders

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Crowd View
Crowd View

Bulan Moon - Two friends for life who celebrate the joys of life

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Group Photo
Group Photo

Visitors visting the Connected Chef and Areli Hidalgo

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A SHOW ON SUSTAINABILITY

April 24th at 31st Avenue and 31st Street 

in collaboration with: Astoria Mutual Aid, Astoria Urban Ecology Alliance, Astoria Fridges, Earth & Me, Tikkun Bakery, The Connected Chef, Art As Activism Queens and Kaleidospace (we recommend viewing these on your desktop)

Kaleidospace 12
Kaleidospace 12

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Kaleidospace 10
Kaleidospace 10

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Kaleidospace 7
Kaleidospace 7

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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Kaleidospace 3
Kaleidospace 3

Still of "Gracias A La Vida" by Manuela Agudelo, Mark and Kacia Flores

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NYCHA Set Up
NYCHA Set Up

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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NYCHA MAPS 3
NYCHA MAPS 3

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Combination of All Conditions
Combination of All Conditions

"Tracing Injustice through NYCHA" - Kyra

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Crowd Opening 2
Crowd Opening 2

An opening line up

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Ron and Elliot 6
Ron and Elliot 6

Ron Hall and Elliot Johnson work 1

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Ron and Elliot 5
Ron and Elliot 5

Ron Hall and Elliot Johnson work 2

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Elliot and Ron
Elliot and Ron

An overview of Ron and Elliot's installation

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AUEA
AUEA

Astoria Urban Ecology Alliance Set Up

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Street Lab
Street Lab

Street lab drawing with local kids

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Street Lab Materials
Street Lab Materials

Street lab's street market toolset!

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Dance and Art
Dance and Art

A quick dance break with community members

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FurdaRepublick
FurdaRepublick

FurdaRepublick, a local latino producer that makes smooth, complex groovy and atmospheric beats

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NATICA 1
NATICA 1

NATICA, a latina singer-song writer based in Manhattan and Queens

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Bulan Moon
Bulan Moon

Bulan Moon - Two friends for life who celebrate the joys of life

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Group Photo
Group Photo

Partial group photo, including our collective, Arts as Activism, Astoria Urban Ecology Alliance, and Kaleidospace

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Areli Crowd Engagement
Areli Crowd Engagement

Visitors visting the Connected Chef and Areli Hidalgo

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THE TIME IS RIGHT AT JACKSON HEIGHTS

November 8th at 34th Avenue and 93rd/94th Streets 

in collaboration with 34th Avenue independent artists/musicians (we recommend viewing these on your desktop)

Areli Hidalgo - Metztli Shop
Areli Hidalgo - Metztli Shop

Areli Hidalgo is a Latinx handmade jewelry shop owner

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Areli HidalgoClose Up
Areli HidalgoClose Up

The works of Kesi Augustine and Elliot Sang

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Areli Hidalgo - Metztli Shop
Areli Hidalgo - Metztli Shop

A close up of Areli's moon earrings. Areli has naturally always been drawn to the moon--Metztli was a goddess of the might, the night, and the farmers.

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Areli Hidalgo
Areli Hidalgo
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Ron Hall
Ron Hall

A black artist who specializes in airbrush portraiture, abstract pours and superhero drawings

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Ron Hall
Ron Hall

He recently started testing new materials--shoes being one of them!

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Ron Close Up
Ron Close Up

Portraiture as a political message

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Roll Hall
Roll Hall

A Close Up of his amazing work!

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Street Scape
Street Scape

A View of the crowd looking at Ron Hall's work

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Areli and Catalina
Areli and Catalina
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Reading through poetry
Reading through poetry

One of the visitors reading Elliot Sang's poem about tokenism

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Streetscape
Streetscape

Visitors viewing the QR code for performers who couldn't make it

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Mark Saldana
Mark Saldana

A master of mixed media, influenced by his Mexican Roots.

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Mark Saldana
Mark Saldana

Did we mention the Brooklyn based artist is part of amazing collective called Kaleidospace?

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Celebrating a win
Celebrating a win

The support system behind DSI, and the artists the installed their work on this fie celebratory weekend. BYEDON 2020!

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The Artists
The Artists

This group photo does not include everyone from the show.

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A Child with Chalk
A Child with Chalk

A local child is given chalk to draw alongside one of the artists

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Street Scape 2
Street Scape 2

The crowd socially distancing catching a glimpse of the show

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Streetscape
Streetscape

A view of the artworks of I Zahira Rose and Mark Saldana

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Community Engagement
Community Engagement

A couple walking through the space

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A STORIA OF OUR TIMES 2 

October 18th at 31st Avenue and 31st Street 

in collaboration with 31st Avenue Open Street Collective, Astoria Mutual Aid Network and independent artists/musicians (we recommend viewing these on your desktop)

Elliot Sang
Elliot Sang

Elliot Sang is an Astoria bound musician, writer and poet who writes on tokenism

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Poetry
Poetry

The works of Kesi Augustine and Elliot Sang

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Queen Bee bu Kesi Augustine
Queen Bee bu Kesi Augustine

A snapshot of Kesi Augustine, an academic who is an educator, writer and poet who uses hers artistry in words to provide an homage to Breonna Taylor

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Kesi Augustine
Kesi Augustine

Did you know? Dr. Augustine published two children's books, and is teaching at Barnard for the early college program!

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Isabelle Caneda
Isabelle Caneda

A filipina singer song writer with a unique sound with influences of island lifestyle, Mitski and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

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Shiva Ramachandran
Shiva Ramachandran

An astoria based musician, who soothingly sings soft pop music and hindi classics

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Ron Hall
Ron Hall

A local versatile artist who specialized in abstract paint pours and incredible airbrush portaiture

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Os Clavelitos
Os Clavelitos

An astoria based Brazilian Band that focuses on different Brazilian influences like Samba

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Os Clavelitos
Os Clavelitos
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Jackie Gillette and David Valbuena
Jackie Gillette and David Valbuena

The dynamic duo performs again for their second time, and lovingly plays the pieces of Mauricio, a Colombian Composer.

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Cynthia Alberto
Cynthia Alberto

Cynthia Alberto is a filipino artist who focuses her practice on performance, weaving and community building

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Crowd view
Crowd view

A snippet of Cynthia Alberto the Weaver's Llama Performance

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Cynthia Alberto
Cynthia Alberto

Llama Performance

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Group Isabelle
Group Isabelle
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Crowd View
Crowd View

The crowd socially distancing catching a glimpse of a performance. On the ground you will see the artwork of Eva Carrillo, and in the background is Cynthia Alberto's loom set uo

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Partial Group Photo
Partial Group Photo

This group photo does not include everyone from the show.

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