The Flea celebrates Juneteenth with art across NYC, Fire Island June 11-19

Harmony Cardenas

The metropolis embraces Juneteenth by presenting The Flea commissioned is effective developed by Ebony Noelle Golden, James Scruggs, and Chanon Judson simultaneously across NYC and Fireplace Island from June 11-19.

The artists have been specified comprehensive autonomy in excess of creative vision and their budgets. Flea Artistic Director Niegel Smith will also take part as a functionality artist. The Flea has also introduced a partnership with the Black and Brown Equity Coalition of Fireplace Island to support the 2nd yearly Mx. Juneteenth Drag Pageant on Hearth Island.

An educational symposium about Juneteenth and this year’s line-up will get place at The Flea on June 16, at 7p.m. The symposium will feature all commissioned artists with moderation by acclaimed artist, scholar, and ritual-maker Nia Witherspoon.

“Juneteenth marks the beginning of our journey towards liberation, and I’m thrilled The Flea can continue on that legacy by commissioning fantastic Black artists and presenting their perform in community spaces for our city,” reported Smith.
Nona Hendryx, co-chair of The Flea’s board of directors, explained, “Juneteenth is a day of celebration and a day of remembrance of liberty, flexibility to be who you are, to adore, dance, sing, create, take pleasure in and live your best daily life in no one’s shadow. On Juneteenth, appear for the four Black artists and a drag pageant supported by The Flea Theater, celebrating and displaying their Accurate Shades!”

“World lifestyle is influenced by American society. American society is motivated by Black culture and for that reason Black tradition influences every thing. BaBEC is fired up to be partnering with The Flea for a celebration of Black liberation and jubilee through the week of Juneteenth. As equity architects we are empowering Black artists to make the most of their multiple mediums of expression to remind every person who this world’s tastemakers really are,” claimed Tomik

Sprint, founder and president of the Black and Brown Fairness Coalition of Fire Island (BaBEC).

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