I'm honored to accept a Carnegie Hall NeON grant to teach arts entrepreneurship and digital arts in my birthplace: BedStuy, Brooklyn. Master creative technologist Will Roberts of Augmented Pictures (Oculus Award Winner) and I will share our knowledge and experience with BedStuy teens and adults looking for marketable skills in the digital world.
How about being part of an Augmented Reality Notorious BIG mural in Brooooklyn??? All is Possible.
Chill in a culturally conscious environment. Free. Come gather and understand new skills and demystify the digital industry to unveil the vast opportunities of this exciting domain. Food will be served at every workshop meeting.
Please inform any teen/adult (on probation is okay) who would like to learn marketable new technologies such as:
Creating Collectible Toys
Virtual Reality painting
Sales and Pitching
Custom printing and selling
Our workshops will end with a digital art exhibition culminating event at a BedStuy gallery TBD, and a huge celebration at Carnegie Hall in September.
PLEASE inbox me. We are looking to begin in July 9-31st, 3-6pm, Monday -Thursdays. 510 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn NY. Encourage the comic book fan, video game player and future technologists in your family and community who want to get the skills and knowledge you need to get ahead in this current technological world. We will also visit and have workshops at Metropolitan Museum of Art, Google, and Microsoft headquarters.
StarSeed Art & Technolgy
NEW YORK Magazine released its "Reasons to Love New York" issue. 72 influential New Yorkers chose their favorite places to visit in NYC's 5 boroughs. MY PLANET HARLEM MURAL MADE THE LIST!!!! I am truly Honored!
“I remember my reaction the first time I saw it. I was trying to guess who was who. Ah, there is Louis Armstrong beside Dizzy Gillespie. And then Adam Clayton Powell and Ella Fitzgerald. Seeing everybody alongside each other, you suddenly recognize just how much all these figures were entrepreneurial in their sensibility. When you’re being told you’re a second-class citizen, it takes that sensibility to forge ahead. So the mural is like a wise friend who keeps reminding you of all the people you’re indebted to. It shows a kaleidoscope of achievement, possibility, and promise in the face of long odds. It reminds me of that statement attributed to Lucille Clifton: They can call you by that name, but it doesn’t mean you need to answer to it.” —Garnette Cadogan, writer
New York Magazine,
December 9, 2018
Exhibition is held over until December 3, 2018. Harlem Hospital Mural Pavillion.
Speaking to the audience about the art of confidence.
Mixed media on canvas
Planet Teaneck features some of the many luminaries that have lived in Teaneck New Jersey. Summer 2017
University of Pennsylvania solo exhibition