Freeport, NYUSA 11520
July 18, 2007
No introduction yet
Welcome, Stephanie! Thanks for your RSVP. To answer your question, we held our first meet two weeks ago at HueMan Bookstore, but they can only accommodate us on Sundays, which is not convenient for most members. I would love to meet at different venues around the city, understanding 'Harlem' as symbolic of 'black' and 'black ownership.' A member has invited us to meet at her home while we consider a suitable Saturday situation in Harlem. I thank her for it!
to Harlem Art circle NYC,
We are all Artist at heart. Harlem Art Circle NYC connects creativity people. Members have the opportunity to have a supportive environment to create, learn and increase their productivity. I hope you can attend the upcoming Open House. January 30th 2PM-5PM check meetup email for the location NBA.
Thanks! for joining Harlem Art Circle NYC
Greetings Stephanie and welcome to the group! We are still in the process of getting things in motion but I am pleased to read of your interest in the African Diaspora. right now, I am working on finding a convenient location and day/time for our next meeting. It is tentatively set for Sunday, Dec. 12th but may change to a weekday evening instead. I will keep you posted. I hope you will consider reading the next selection, Krik?Krak!, a collection of short stories by Edwidge Danticat. -Ena Onami
Doll Tests show that black girls see black dolls as ugly and bad. The Black Doll Affair is a movement to remind black girls that Black is Beautiful, led by black women called Black Dolls. Stacy McBride - Mattel's African American 'So In Style' designer has recently become a Black Doll! The NYC movement will launch 2010, please get on the bus! http://www.meetup.com/blackdollsnyc/a...
WE meet at Burger King in Merrick on Merrick Rd.on Wednesdays at 10:00AmI ma in Florida now but some of the girls are there.. I'll be back the beginning of June..