Meeting Alice Mizrachi a.k.a AM at the Rooftop Legends event was refreshing. She’s a working artist, who’s been commissioned for a list of iconic companies including Gravis, The Washington Post and Shape Magazine. Her murals can been scene all over the world, yet she remains humble and would rather be known as an art activist. Her cause? Educating today’s youth in central Harlem as a teaching artist, and as a co-founder of the YOUNITY Arts Collective. Alice’s excellence as an artist is undeniable, but her passion in uniting and cultivating young female artists and entrepreneurs through YOUNITY,angelic. I bow to you.
What a site! I couldn’t believe Apricot Brown was in the presence of such greatness…She sat next to winged Emmy, just hangin’ like she fit right in. Thanks for that vision. It was totally unexpected. Inspiring:)
Valerie June Live New York City
Ms Valerie June is a vessel. Her voice travels from her heart to our souls and we are transported to a place of peace, freedom and strength. Her acoustic ballets took me back in history. As she strummed her banjo, a descendant of African musical instruments created in the American and Caribbean slave colonies, I discovered I had a little Valerie June in me and I felt proud. History never dies, it lives through our spirit and tell us a story. Thanks for taking me back to a time and place to remember. Visit: ValerieJune.com A star all her own. The “Tracey Chapman” for a new generation.
Meet authoress, Dana Solano and scoop up a limited edition copy of debut title Apricot Brown is Miss Undefinable this Sunday September 18th at the Brooklyn Book fair! BOOTH C-8 in the Children’s Zone! Girls can also “try on” different cultures, styles and persona’s via Apricot Brown’s closet and win prizes! See ya there. xoxo