“I Have A Voice Arts Festival” Exhibition

Front Room Gallery

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Front Room Gallery presents “I Have A Voice Arts Festival” in collaboration with the Cartwheel Initiative, a nonprofit that empowers disadvantaged youth through visual storytelling. The festival will encompass an exhibition, workshops and video messages from around the world. Showcasing artwork created by young people from various marginalized communities across the globe, the exhibition will give participants a voice and the opportunity to share their stories, concerns and passions.

“I Have A Voice Arts Festival” aims to raise awareness about their human condition and strives to connect them through stories of home, community, and identity. The festival provides additional support to participants through an in-kind grant of software applications to foster creativity.

We are pleased to organize the arts festival with the support of:

- Foundation of Goodness, Sri Lanka
- Slam Out Loud, India
- Mumbai Smiles, India
- Vidya, India
- Youth Potential South Africa
- Rock-Paper-Scissors Children’s Fund, Vietnam
- FutureConnect, USA
- Monde par la main / Give a Hand

The “I Have a Voice Arts Festival” will open Sunday March 7th at 9am EST online with opening remarks by Ashok Sinha, Cartwheel Initiative and Kathleen Vance, Front Room Gallery, followed by video messages from selected participants, and a spoken word workshop, “The Art of Play”* presented by Slam Out Loud.

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Schedule

from March 07, 2021 to April 12, 2021

Website

http://www.frontroom.org (venue's website)

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 13:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays

Access

Address: 48 Hester St., New York, NY 10002
Phone: 718-782-2556

Corner of Ludlow St. Subway: F to East Broadway.

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