There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t learn something new about our beloved Harlem community. Going through my inbox last night, I came across information that read: Art In FLUX Harlem! Never heard of it…until now . Here’s the low down.
Art In FLUX Harlem is a series of Pop-Up Art Galleries opening in Harlem this Spring. The first FLUX Pop-Up is set to open Wednesday evening, May 2, at the corner of 118th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. The opening is sponsored by 5 and Diamond Harlem and a tasting will be offered by the Harlem restaurant.
On the May 2 opening night, “Urban Environment Project” will be the first in a series of pop-up art galleries in Harlem produced by Art In FLUX Harlem. The project will present the art works of seven international artists: Montserrat Daubon, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Hiroshi Jashiki, Leslie Powell, Anya Roz, Tafa, and Pedro Villalta.
“Art In FLUX was started by a group of Harlem residents with a strong interest in supporting artists in Harlem and increasing awareness of the rich arts culture that runs deep in Harlem and yet is still somewhat of an underground culture.”
If you would like to attend the opening night of Art In FLUX Harlem, below are all the details!
Opening reception: May 2 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Gallery Hours: May 3 to 24, Tuesday-Saturday, Noon to 7pm & upon appt.
Location: 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd @ 118th Street
For more information: call 917-273-4405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org