Twelve highlights of awesome articles published throughout the past year, all in one cozy collection
The mural at 1280 Myrtle Ave. pictures Etika alongside his catchphrase “Take care of yourself. Have yourself a damn good one!”
Celebrate art and community this Saturday.
Three local women gear up to create a green and sustainable community.
Through the Street Art Pilgrimage, a local art historian and culture critic provides greater insight into some of the neighborhood’s most prominent works of street art.
The Making His’tory team sought to “inspire young men of color to know their value and know their rights.”
An organization with nearly 50 years of experience connecting artists and youth for public art projects is planning a Bushwick project—but they can’t do it without you!
Lately I’ve been drawn to the progression of new murals at the Flushing Ave and Forrest Street triangle, where a new restaurant, a brain child of nearby eatery 983 Bushwick’s Living Room, is up and coming in the Fall
Would you like to put your green thumb to good use, take part in a wonderful sidewalk mural, or just simply do some good for the community? If you answered ‘yes’ then I have the perfect Sunday plans for you! This Sunday, September 15, 2-6PM at Halsey St
Arts in Bushwick’s Community Team, headed by co-team leaders Lauren Smith and Megan Trevino, is partnering with the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services, the Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership and professional muralist and Bushwick resident, Miriam Castillo to develop a public mural project for junior high I