Harlem art mural opening celebration June 8 at 110th Street and FDB

Remember how there was a mural contest for Harlem students that would cover the fence at the northeast corner of 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Blvd? Well, the contest is over and the art is up and hanging everywhere on the fence where the old gas station use to be and soon were a new condo will be in Harlem. Passerby’s can view the art by taking a stroll to this part of Harlem.

Tomorrow, Sunday, June 8 at 11 am there is a public celebration honoring all the incredible art work that was submitted for the contest. All of us are invited to attend. See details below and see you there!






One response to “Harlem art mural opening celebration June 8 at 110th Street and FDB

  1. Hi My name is Abdel from mafrika music festival,shrinenyc, yatenga and silvana we are sending you this email to inform you about mafrika festival on the 13-14 indoors between shrine and silvana and the final June 15th at Marcus Garvey park all day long live music performance, art, culture and community from now we calling it Mafrika Music Marathon type of downtown CMJ we bringing uptown but with more diverse culture. Thank you for your time and help all those years let keep culture together as one people. Please see attached poster Best regards again thank you

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