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If You Build It
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If You Build It

By Sherry Mazzocchi


Windward Coast by Bailey Radcliffe – a solitary figure emerges from a mass of fragmented piano keys. Emblematic of the Middle Passage, it symbolizes the struggle of those forced across the Atlantic into a dark and unknown future.
Windward Coast by Bailey Radcliffe – a solitary figure emerges from a mass of fragmented piano keys. Emblematic of the Middle Passage, it symbolizes the struggle of those forced across the Atlantic into a dark and unknown future.

As part of the collaboration between Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) and the arts organization No Longer Empty, the Sugar Hill Development was host to “If You Build It,” a series of site-specific installations and community exhibit intended to showcase the thriving arts scene in Northern Manhattan.

Since its founding, BHC has worked to create integrated spaces for diverse communities to flourish through art and education, while providing space for local artists to innovate and create. With the new Sugar Hill Development, new, spacious apartments will be offered to 124 low-income and formerly homeless families, within an artistic community that includes an early childhood education center and a high-end children’s art museum.

The opening was held on Wed., Jun. 25th.

For more information, please visit www.broadwayhousing.org.

Si lo construyes

Por Sherry Mazzocchi


IMG_7037 The line to the exhibit went around the block(web)
La fila para la exposición dio la vuelta a la cuadra.

Como parte de la colaboración entre Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) y la organización de arte No Longer Empty, el desarrollo Sugar Hill fue sede de “If You Build It”, una serie de instalaciones para espacios específicos y exhibición comunitaria destinadas a exponer la floreciente escena artística en el norte de Manhattan.

Desde su fundación, BHC ha trabajado para crear espacios integrados que permitan a las diversas comunidades prosperar a través del arte y la educación, mientras que proporciona un espacio para que los artistas locales innoven y creen. Con el nuevo desarrollo Sugar Hill, se ofrecerán nuevos y amplios departamentos a 124 familias de bajos ingresos y anteriormente sin hogar, dentro de una comunidad artística que incluye un centro de educación y museo de arte infantil de gran calidad.

La inauguración tuvo lugar el miércoles 25 de junio.

Para más información, por favor visite www.broadwayhousing.org.

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