Southeast Queens Artist Alliance presents the inaugural
(C)art Festival : Pop-up Art in the Park
Saturday September 1, 11am to 5pm
Located at King Manor Museum within Rufus King Park in Jamaica, Queens.
This event is free and open to the public.
Join us for a jam-packed day of fun interactive art projects and activities, by both local and international artists, including:
ART&COM (featuring collaborators Thiago Szmrecsányi, Natalia de Campos and Tracy Collins): "COLLECTIVE BARGAIN"
Natali S. Bravo-Barbee: "Fresh Off the Press: The Green Card Cart"
Sherese Francis: "J. Expressions Presents Black Cherry Jam Open Mic and Bookmaking Workshop"
Jacqueline Herranz and Margaret Rose Vendryes: "Consume a piece of Cuba before ... / Consume un trozo de Cuba antes que ..."
Rejin Leys: "PulpMobile: Mobile Papermaking Studio"
Shervone Neckles: "Creative Wellness Gathering Station"
Monica O. Montgomery: "Museum of Impact"
Queens Creative Solidarity (featuring collaborators Priscilla Stadler and Lorie Caval): "PoeTREE Project"
Elizabeth Velazquez: Interactive Play Sculpture
Visitors can make use of the Passive Lawn area outside of King Manor Museum - bring a blanket, picnic, or just enjoy the lovely greenspace. King Manor Museum will also be open for tours 1pm-4:30pm.
King Park is on Jamaica Avenue and 153rd Street, near the Jamaica Center E/J train station, Jamaica LIRR, and many local bus lines.