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ArtCrawl Harlem 2022
Boundaries & Connections
Artist Residency Program
Governors Island, NYC
May - October 2022

ArtCrawl Harlem 2022 Boundaries & Connections Artist Residency House at 406b Colonels Row, Governors Island, NYC 10004

an Installation by Cat Schmitz
June 1 - July 17, 2022

Fiber artist and award-winning designer Cat Schmitz will debut her “Much Needed Love” a public and interactive art installation on Governors Island as part of ArtCrawl Harlem’s 2022 Boundaries & Connections Residency House at 406B Colonels Row from June 1- July 17, 2022. Much needed love is an installation that explores courageous boundaries in the face of adversity and uncertainty. “The theme of boundaries and connections resonates within the series of art offering respite and color as we blossom into a world in search of connection and creativity. Visitors will be transported into an explosively colorful and vibrant room full of patterns across several media: rugs, quilts, a sculpture, and acrylic paintings.

Safe Passage III
a Short Film by Heather Williams
Saturday, July 30, 2022

ArtCrawl Harlem is pleased to announce Fire & Soul 2022: “We’re Still Harlem” Art Exhibit, at Heath Gallery, New York from March 12 – April 2, 2022.

Harlem’s vibrant history and influence stretches far beyond the five boroughs. The music, art, culture, social life, food, fashion, politics and businesses that have originated in Harlem have had a profound impact on the world stage for generations. This is the magic of Harlem –it’s Fire & Soul. Even when the world is dim, bleak and uncertain, the hearts, souls and resilience of Harlemites burns bright. Our Fire & Soul 2022 exhibition exemplifies this very statement. The exhibit features 10 multi-generational artists whose work embodies the notions of beauty, joy, and connection. Let this exhibit provide you strength, optimism, connection, and hope during these remarkably challenging times wherever you find yourself.

The 3 -week-long exhibit will feature various media including paintings, sculpture, collage, abstract and mixed media art. The roster of featured artists includes Bianca Allen, Jazzmine Bustamante, Jonte Drew, Yvonne Lamar-Rogers, Demarcus McGaughey, Kenwyn Murray, MarkAnthony McLeod, Erica Morales, Cj Priester, and Heather Williams. 

Co-curated by Saundra Heath, Heath Gallery director and co- owner and Fable Jones Studios the exhibit features art inspired by the search for joy, beauty and connection in the midst of uncertainty and change.

“This collaboration with Art Crawl Harlem and Fable Jones Studio is a full circle moment and exactly the vision that the original founders had. Bringing established and emerging artists and art professionals together to impact our community. I’m very happy to still be here 20 years in and carrying forth our shared vision and intention,” shared Saundra Heath.

The Featured Fire & Soul 2022 Artists

Bianca Allen
Jazzmine Bustamante
Jonte' Drew
Demarcus McGaughey
MarkAnthony McLeod
Erica Morales
Kenwyn Murray
CJ Priester
Yvonne Lamar-Rogers
Heather Williams

Fire & Soul Programs

ArtCrawl Harlem
2021 Artist in Residence
on Governors Island

2021 ArtCrawl Harlem Boundaries & Connections Artist Residency is
Dedicated to the Memory of
Artist, Timothy Fowlkes

ArtCrawl Harlem extends a hear felt thanks to Christine Fowlkes and her family for their donation to ArtCrawl Harlem in support of our Boundaries & Connections 2021 Artist Residency Program.  

ArtCrawl Harlem is honored to memorialize Timothy Fowlkes, a native of New Jersey he was a beloved son, brother, and friend.  he share is talents with the community Harlem in 1997 when he and Shirley E. Johnson created the beautiful murals which are still on display at Edward P. Bowman Park at 52 West 129th Street.

Thank you once again for your generous donation and your continued support of the arts and artists in our community.

Celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage with (G)eneration Project and ArtCrawl Harlem

 The (G)eneration Project  debuts the (G) Pop-In “What Is Your G Status?” Virtual Event to Celebrate  NYC Immigrant Heritage Week, on on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT on the (G) Project YouTube Channel (YouTube @GProject_org).

Immigrant Heritage Week, an annual city-wide celebration honoring the experiences and contributions of immigrants in New York City, is a rich collection of free events and programs that build cross-cultural understanding between diverse New Yorkers. 

The virtual Pop-In event on April 17th invites the public to learn how to determine your (G) Status, to hear from the (G) Project team about why the mission, initiatives and future plans are so relevant to the landscape of immigration, and to visit Governors Island and “pop-in” to discover and participate in our interactive art installation.

Alternatively, virtual visitors can participate directly on the (G) Project website. The (G)eneration Project is a public art campaign to celebrate the idea that we are ALL immigrants,

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We celebrate the continuing legacy of art in Harlem

ArtCrawl Harlem Inc., a New York State non profit, founded in 2008 as Harlem’s first trolley car guided art tour and later incorporated as an educational non-profit art gallery tour in 2016. ArtCrawl Harlem’s mission is to support and promote Harlem’s creative community and historical legacy through dynamic arts, cultural programs, and educational initiatives.

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