Hello all, as promised my latest project is up on my website. I uploaded all the paintings I worked on for the past couple of years and also the exhibition Woman Being: Mundo Interior. You have the narrative and some of the artwork's prices, in case you are interested. If you are looking into the ones with no price, you can email me and we'll talk!
Stay safe everyone and remember to keep in touch during this hard times.
You are cordially invited to:
kNOWing: Recent Works from Coronado Print Studio (2016)
180 East 118 Street 3rd Floor
New York, NY
Saturday, November 19, 2016
5:30 to 8 p.m.
The works represent an awareness of the power of image to engage and inform conversations about identity, self-discovery and personal histories. With skilled techniques and in collaboration the artists encourage each other and the viewer to take a journey of consciousness, challenging notions of reality and dystopia. It made me reflect on the philosophical question: Is kNOWing half the battle?
Erin K. Hylton is a cultural organizer, social justice advocate, mentor, and artist who proudly hails from the Bronx, New York and currently works as Schools Programs Coordinator at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Her academic focus is on the importance of cultural access to community development (New School ’12, M.S. Nonprofit Management-Social Justice; Salem College ’10, B.A. Art History & American Studies, Magna Cum Laude). In practice she works on community efforts with youth using creativity and artistic expression. Erin’s personal mantra is to “Take Action, Create Change”, and she believes art is the tool that can create that change in the world. artedgenyc.wordpress.com
BxArt Factory will be celebrating Women History Month with their Art Exhibition: Innuendos: The Voices of 10 Bronxite Women
I will be presenting the piece "I'm every woman" It's a reflection of what we are taught, what we accept, what we overcome and what we aspire to be. We all struggle with our bodies, our insecurities, our fears, and we have to learn from the experiences we live, trying not to make the same mistake twice.
We know that the issues that still affect women today are topics that must be talked about often but we hope that with this exhibition we continue the conversation and bring awareness to the community. Innuendos opens at the Andrew Freedman Home (1125 Grand Concourse) on Friday, March 6th and runs through April 1st!
There will be an opening reception on the 6th but there is also have some great programming:
Wednesday, March 18th we will welcome La Pluma y La Tinta and their event titled New Voices in the Boroughs: The Bronx (Buy tickets here)
Friday, March 20th we will have artists Ijeoma D. Iheanacho will present her project reImagining with photos, videos and a panel of some of the women that participated in the project.
There will be a great closing reception on Wednesday, April 1st with performances and more! I hope to see you all at the opening reception! For more info go to: Facebook event Page to RSVP
The Bronx Latin American Biennial’s main objective is to create awareness in the arts by developing an international network with Latin American artists, as well as establish the opportunity to exhibit the best of their works. The event is to motivate the creative mind and challenge the contemporary global art community. These group exhibitions, will present art as an expression of the human condition and it reflects the notions of progress, civilizations, welfare, society and culture.
The Bronx Latin American Biennial is aimed to provide education and cultural information for every one, all the events are family oriented. It’s an event that celebrates not only the richness of the Latin American art but also the diversity of our community. This event offers the community the opportunity to access people from diverse cultural backgrounds, languages and ethnicity. Joint us for a Latin American Art celebration throughout the Bronx, showcasing panels of discussion, art exhibitions, urban installations and performances by artists from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Guatemala, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.
I was invited to exhibit at the New York Public Library. Bronx Library Center at Kingsbridge.
Celebrating the Women's History Month, Women of Ink & Letters (Mujers de Tinta y Letras) will be on display at the 4th floor.
Hours of operation
Monday 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
I will also be giving two workshops, the first one this coming Friday, March 7th from 4pm to 5:30pm and the second one Friday, March 28th from 4pm to 5:30pm. So if you are interested in learning how to make inkblots and use your imagination; to find characters and places you didn't know were in you, come and join me!
You have to RSVP 718.579.4257
This month is going to be a busy one. Just to say bye to 2013 I´ll have two exhibitions going on in NY at the same time.
December 4th we have the inauguration of the Wreath Interpretations, at the Arsenal Gallery 830 5th Avenue, at 64th Street. Come join us for the opening reception from 5.30 to 7.30 pm.
NYC Parks celebrates the holiday season with its 31st annual exhibition of unique, unconventional wreaths. A diverse selection of 46 fine artists, horticulturalists, designers, and other spirited contributors enliven this ageless holiday symbol. Neck ties, rat traps, acorns, recycled plastic bags and forged steel are among the many and varied materials used to examine themes as diverse as zombie apocalypses and water conservation. This exhibition is sure to be an imaginative and enjoyable experience this year's holiday season.
December 7th the exhibition Whimsical Winter Wonder... Lucy Aponte and myself curate this show that will charm and delight the spirit of the child or the child within. Sixteen emerging and established artists interpret a Whimsical Winter Wonder... We will have an opening reception and a panel discussion Dec 7th at 12pm. Poe Park Visitor Center Gallery. 2640 Grand Concourse in the Bronx.
As part of the “Not Your Grandma's Quilt” project we initiated earlier this year - a visual art collaboration between YUCA students and artisans in Spain from Art i Més, the quilt has made its way back to the Bronx.
The quilt will be in display this Saturday, October 26th at the Poe Park Visitor Center, from 12 to 3pm. It is located at 2640 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY.
We will be providing the materials to create two large quilts on paper and every one will be able to work on their own square based on Family and Community, same themes used in the original quilt.
So come out, create art, and support/celebrate with our youth!
I am a...
Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Educator, Community Activist... ARTIST!
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