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"Progress" at FiveMyles

"Progress" at FiveMyles




558 St Johns Place
Brooklyn, NY


Saturday, March 5, 2016 - 6:00pm
Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 1:00pm
Friday, March 18, 2016 - 6:00pm
Sunday, March 6, 2016 - 8:00pm weekly through March 17, 2016




March 5 - March 18, 2015
Opening Reception and Performances: Saturday, March 5, 6-9pm
Discussion: Saturday, March 12, 1-4pm
Closing Reception and Performances: Friday, March 18, 6-9pm

Installations and Performances
Curated by McKenzie Angelo Seecharan and Anthony Rosado
Sound Design by Lamar Stephens


THE EXHIBITION and Performances: 

As rent skyrockets, join curators anthonywash.rosado and McKenzie Angelo Seecharan (MAS) and engage with interactive multimedia performances and installations that reflect on progress through the lens of gentrification. With the audience, they will critically look back in order to move forward. 

THE Schedule:

- Opening  / Past : March 5, 6-9pm
Multimedia installation and performances by McKenzie Angelo, Anthony Rosado, Chazz Giovanni Bruce, Wayne Arthur Paul, Stefa
Music by: Lamar Stephens

- Sharing / Present : March 12, 1-4pm
This is a town meeting and art share for organizations, tenant councils, native residents, and POC identified artists currently engaged in the fight against displacement and racial and economic inequality. This is a space for questioning, healing through storytelling, coalition building, information sharing, and artistic expression.
    *Community lunch (food will be provided) with facilitated conversation
    *Multimedia performances
    *Open mic 

- Closing / Future : March 18, 6-9pm
Multimedia Performances and Installations by: McKenzie Angelo, Anthony Rosado, Chazz Giovanni Bruce, Wayne Arthur Paul, STEFA
Music by: Lamar Stephens


Thursday through Sunday, 1pm to 6pm; or by appointment.


[Photo: Enbion Micah Aan]

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