05.19.22 - 06.12.22

Youth Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition: I’m Walking ‘Ere

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Exhibition Info

Time
Wednesday-Sunday, 11AM-6PM

I’m Walking ‘Ere is an exhibition curated by BRIC’s 3rd annual Youth Curatorial Fellows through an open call process.

Curatorial Statement:
I’m Walking ‘Ere asked teens of New York: Why are you proud of your identity? Living in New York, one can get lost in the crowd of ambitious young lights. What is it like to develop your voice as a creator amidst the hustle and bustle? Take this opportunity to express yourself through the New York state of mind.

Exhibition Artists:
Elaine Chen
Oscar Culpepper
Ada Donnelly
Tatiana Estrin
Adele Ho
Sharon Hwang
Hannah Jung
Zane Mathis
Maximillien St-Jacques
Roberto Quesada
Joel Ray Jr.
Graham Tanenbaum
Sophie Vilton

Youth Curatorial Fellows:
Helen Zambrano
Minah Chu
Delani Zarumeno
Jaecinda Ortiz
Sanai Sanders

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