Arts & Artists

No Longer Empty Turns Old Bronx Borough Courthouse into Art Exhibit, April 23rd

No Longer Empty Turns Old Bronx Borough Courthouse into Art Exhibit, April 23rd

No Longer Empty is pleased to present When You Cut into the Present the Future Leaks Out at the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse. Built 1905–1914 and attributed to architects Michael John Garvin and Oscar Florianus Bluemner, the Courthouse, once boasting […]

Twelve Angry Men Opens Next Week!

Twelve Angry Men Opens Next Week!

by · April 17, 2015 · Arts & Artists, Bulletin Board
Free Printmaking Workshop at Huntington Library, April 18th

Free Printmaking Workshop at Huntington Library, April 18th

BxArts Factory 1st Fundraiser this Saturday, April 18th

BxArts Factory 1st Fundraiser this Saturday, April 18th

C.I.M.S High School Art Show

C.I.M.S High School Art Show

by · April 11, 2015 · Arts & Artists, Bulletin Board

Bronx Council on the Arts Celebrates Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month, Bluesman, Bronx resident and Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) BRIO winner Guy Davis, son of actors Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, takes the stage of the Hostos Repertory Theater on Friday, February 27 to perform […]

BxArts Factory and the Bronx Artist Resurgence

BxArts Factory and the Bronx Artist Resurgence

The Bronx still carries the burden of burning buildings, rubble, and decay. Of course Bronxites know different but also realize the reality that this image negatively impacts the opportunities and programs that are available within our borough. Because of this, […]

by · February 28, 2015 · Arts & Artists
Come Celebrate BxArts Factory Launch Party- February 12th

Come Celebrate BxArts Factory Launch Party- February 12th

BxArts Factory Yolanda L. Rodriguez Co-Founder, President/CEO info@bxartsfactory.org BxArts Factory Presents BxArts Factory: Launch Party FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BRONX, New York – BxArts Factory, a newly created non-profit focused on promoting artists and the Arts in the Bronx, will be […]

Russell Malone

Jazz Legends for Disability Pride – Benefit Concert on January 8

As announced in a previous column, plans are moving along for Disability Pride in July. On January 8, Jazz Legends for the Disabled will be held at the Quaker Meeting Hall in Manhattan. Many of the great jazz musicians will […]

Celebrating The Hindu Festival Of Lights At Vishnu Mandir

Celebrating The Hindu Festival Of Lights At Vishnu Mandir

Post By Bharati Kemraj The Vishnu Mandir Hindu Temple celebrates Deepavali, also known as Diwali, the festival of lights, with bright colors along with religious prayers and singing. The festival is marked by the lighting of traditional earthen diyas (candles) […]

Pictured: Roberto Ragone; Marilyn Ocasio; Eduardo Sanchez and; Art Bernal. 
Photo: Sarah Marcantonio Coursey

The Vito Marcantonio Forum Memorializes Morgan Powell; And Then Commemorates Vito Marcantonio

By Roberto Ragone A Momentum towards Remembrance Over several months the Vito Marcantonio Forum had begun a collaboration with the Drama Workshop Project in its second phase of activity to remember legendary Congressman Vito Marcantonio on the 60th anniversary of […]

A horrible murder by terrorists; a creative opera.

The Death of Klinghoffer: Creativity, Not Anti-Semitism

There has been quite an uproar regarding the Metropolitan Opera’s staging of the opera “The Death of Klinghoffer”. I for one defend its presentation and the creativity of this opera. I object to those who are protesting, calling for a […]

by · October 22, 2014 · Arts & Artists, Editorials
Flavor of the Bronx Brought to Comic Con by Local Artist

Flavor of the Bronx Brought to Comic Con by Local Artist

Every year, New York City Comic Con brings in fans, cosplayers, and artists from around the globe. The first image to come up in casual spectator’s minds are popular U.S. owned comic publishers like Marvel and D.C. But like New […]

by · October 14, 2014 · Arts & Artists, Business