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1 - 100 Guest(s)
A comedy series produced by West Harlem Art Fund with Milly Tamarez & Will Cooper, live on August 25TH, 26TH & 27TH in the Village of Harlem.
AA sees the value of being the "other," and we use our differences to our and your advantage. Our wide variety of experiences with the white, straight, liberal elite fetishizing us makes for great improv and fun times. Sure, life isn't always about race, gender, and sexual orientation, but when it is, AA will be there to meet your quota, accept your scholarship, and fill your life with laughter...Unless you're the NYPD.
Admission fee: $20 per person per night, including food and beverage.
Door open at 7pm.
Food partner is Harlem Shake, and beverage partners includes Doc Herson's Natural Spirits and Bronx Brewery.
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SAVONA BAILEY-MCCLAIN is the Executive Director/Chief Curator of the West Harlem Art Fund, which has organized high-profile public arts exhibits throughout New York City for the past 18 years, including Times Square, DUMBO, Soho, Governors Island and Harlem. Her public art installations encompass sculpture, drawings, performance, sound, and mixed media, and have been covered extensively by the New York Times, Art Daily, Artnet, Los Angeles Times and Huffington Post, among many others. She is host/ producer of “State of the Arts NYC,” a weekly program on WBAI Radio and a member of Independent Curators International and ArtTable.
The West Harlem Art Fund, Inc. is an eighteen year old, public arts organization. WHAF offers exhibition opportunities for artists and creative professionals wishing to share their talent with residents uptown and around the city. The West Harlem Art Fund, Inc. showcases art and culture in open, public spaces to add aesthetic interest to our part of the city; promote historical and cultural heritage; and support community involvement in local development. Our heritage symbol is the double crocodile from West Africa which means unity in diversity.