Black Book Master Class 2015
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DMC RELEASED Exhibition
INSIDE OUT Mi Gente/ Oyáte kiŋ Art Project
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Hi-ARTS is proud to present the Photographer and Social Activist JR’s Inside Out Mi Gente/ Oyáte kiŋ Art Project. A global project transforming messages of personal identity into works of art. In partnership with Inside Out, Hi-ARTS, First Peoples Fund, and the Pine Ridge Heritage Center, the Inside Out Project will focus on two communities Spanish Harlem in New York and Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. In partnership with Inside Out, Hi-ARTS, First Peoples Fund, and the Pine Ridge Heritage Center, the Inside Out Project will focus on two communities Spanish Harlem in New York and Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Following behind the worldwide participation of JR’s Inside Out activations, Hi-ARTS and its partners will have two principle photographers.hiarts2 Willi White in Pine Ridge and Peter Pabon in Spanish Harlem will capture the portraits. Each photographer has roots in their respective communities and will engage locals to sit for portraits of themselves that will be installed both in public and gallery settings. We encourage your support and participation for a unique global art campaign that puts you and your community in front of the camera.

 

SPONSORS

  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • NYS Council On The Arts
  • Surdna Foundation
  • New England Foundation For the Arts
  • National Association of Latino Arts & Cultures
  • NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
  • LINC
The Festival and Hi-ARTS is made possible through generous support from the Ford Foundation, Lambent Foundation, Union Square Awards, Curtis W. McGraw Foundation, National Association of Latino Arts & Culture (NALAC), Leveraging Investments in Community (LINC), First People’s Fund, New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), the National Performance Network (NPN), New York State Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and individual supporters like you.
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