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THE TRAVELING IMMIGRANTS ART EXHIBIT 2009

 the may 1st coalition, mujeres trabajadoras por la paz, taller experimental de arte, vamos a la pena del bronx, material for the arts, arts horizon LEROY NEIMAN ART CENTER, galeria rios II, the  shore institute of the contemporary arts, south ocean art gallery:






Approximately 40 immigrant artists (artists who were displaced from their homelands) will participate in 4 exhibits throughout the metropolitan New York area, the first two openings taking place in July, 2009. The artists come from a variety of continents and countries including Ivory Coast, Taiwan to Guatemala and Chile.

This exhibit was conceived because Art has transformative and healing powers which are truly needed at this time. It can transcend barriers, borders and differences. The Immigrants Art Exhibit provides an opportunity for immigrant artists to respond artistically to this time in history in which immigrants are being globally and locally persecuted and deprived of their rights.



Opens July10 @ 6:30pm through  July24       
Rio II Gallery
Broadway Housing Communities
583 Riverside Dr. NYC 10031 (corner 135th St.)
Please, no children.

Opens July 26 @ 2:00pm through August7
Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center
2785 Frederick Douglass Blvd. (near 148th St.)
NYC 10039   

Opens Nov 13 @ 7:00pm through Dec 13             
South Ocean Art Gallery
Unitarian Universalist Church,
228 South Ocean Ave.  Freeport, N.Y. 11520

Opens Jan 31 @ 2:00pm through  Feb 12, 2010
Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts
20 Third Avenue.  Long Branch, NJ 07740


COMMUNICADO DE PRENSA

CONTACTO: Diana Crowder: 201 344-9856     artexhibit09@gmail.com


the may 1st coalition,  mujeres trabajadoras por la paz,  taller experimental de arte,  vamos a la pena del bronx, material for the arts,  arts horizon leroy neiman art center,  rio ii gallery,   south ocean art gallery, y the  shore institute of the contemporary arts

Presentan:

LA EXHIBICION RODANTE DE ARTE INMIGRANTE 2009

Mas de 40 artistas inmigrantes (artistas que fueron desplazados de sus patrias por diferentes razones) serán parte en 4 exhibiciones de arte a través del área metropolitana de Nueva York y New Jersey.  Las primeras dos inauguraciones serán en julio del 2009. Los artistas son inmigrantes que provienen de lugares tan diversos como de México a Hungría y de Chile a  la Costa de Marfil. 

La Exposición de Arte Rodante tiene como meta exponer la riqueza cultural  de la experiencia del inmigrante en los Estados Unidos.   El arte puede  trascender barreras, obstáculos y diferencias. Tiene poderes  transformativos y curativos que francamente son necesitados en este momento histórico cuando los inmigrantes están siendo acosados, hostigados y violados en sus derechos humanos.  La Exhibición abre un espacio para que artistas visuales y artesa@s inmigrantes puedan dar una respuesta artística a estas persecuciones.



Abre  julio10 @ 6:30pm -  julio 24   
Rio II Gallery
Broadway Housing Communities
583 Riverside Dr.  NYC  10031 (esq. 135th St.)
Por favor, no niños.

Abre  julio 26 @ 2:00pm -  agosto 7
Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center
2785 Frederick Douglass Blvd. (cerca 148th St.)
NYC  10039   

Abre  noviembre 13 @ 7:00pm -  diciembre 13 
South Ocean Art Gallery
Unitarian Universalist Church
228 South Ocean Ave.  Freeport, NY  11520            

Abre  enero 31 @ 2:00pm -  febrero 12, 2010
Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts
20 Third Avenue.  Long Branch, NJ  07740



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