Prow Art Space
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﷯ Current: through mid-January 2018

 

 

﷯ Cheryl McGinnis Projects presents:
 New York City is bustling with people of diverse cultures all celebrating the holidays in their own unique fashion. Our individual celebrations connect us as a community. We envisioned an eclectic feast to which everyone is invited.
created by: Joseph Klaus Alexandra D’Alleva YooJung Lee faculty advisors: Anne Kong Anne Finkelstein
Visual Presentation and Exhibit Design Program Communication Design and Pathways Department
This year’s theme was conceived by The Schomburg Center's immersive Teen Curator's Program to reflect the many cultural celebrations taking place throughout the Harlem community. The Flatiron window is part of a larger group of windows in Harlem, celebrating cultural diversity. They were all designed by students from the Fashion Institute of Technology. The windows were inspired by seven Traditional Harlem Celebrations: Three Kings Day, Christmas, Hanukka, Loiza, Ramadan, Kwanzaa, and Harlem Week.
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