Month: May 2010

IMA Alumna Sarah Nelson Wright at MoCADA

Gentrification’s Impact on New York City
Round Table Discussion

80 Hanson Place, at South Portland, Brooklyn

Sarah’s showing a large installation of her project Locations & Dislocation, which takes a poetic look at why people move through gentrifying areas.

How is gentrification affecting other communities in New York City? What are the implications for the future? This panel discussion will be moderated by Laurie Cumbo, Founder & Executive Director of MoCADA and will include panelists: Shantrelle P. Lewis: Director of Programs and Exhibitions at The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Bob Lee: Director of the Asian American Arts Centre, Diane Fraher: Founder and Executive Director Amerinda, Inc. American Indian Artists, and Michael Unthank: Executive Director, Harlem Arts Alliance.

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IMA Alumna Anne Catherine’s film featured in Newsweek

What ‘The Back-Up Plan’ Gets Wrong About Single Mothers:
Women who decide to have children without a partner don’t fit into rom-com cliches.

Come to the exciting preview screening of SINGLE CHOICE: MANY LIVES, as part of REEL DIALOGUE, a free, on-going documentary series presented by The Hunter College Department of Film & Media Studies and the IMA/MFA Program.

pictures from the event

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