New Express News / 新快报 2014

  My fourth Chinese descent Reconnection Express reporter Lai Yan “Black eyes and black hair and yellow skin, forever be descendants of the dragon.” “Dragon” so sung, has become one of Chinese yellow status symbol. The front of the black skin, braided head, thick lips of men, it is difficult to link him with the nation. But in fact, he …


Deutsche Bank 2010-2011

There is No Looking Glass Here: Wide Sargasso Sea Re-Imagined 13 September 2010 – 7 January 2011 Derrick Adams, Eric Alugas, Kimberly Becoat, Andrea Chung, Elizabeth Colomba, Charl Landvreugd, William Mwazi, Kenya (Robinson), Bayetè Ross Smith, Elizabeth Sturges, and Justin Randolph Thompson “‟Is there another side?‟ I said. „There is always the other side, always.‟” [1] CSR Americas has partnered …


MoCADA – Ain’t I A Woman 2010

Ain’t I A Woman Curated by Kimberli Gant July 15 – December 19, 2010 Opening Reception: Thursday, July 15 6-9 PM BROOKLYN, NY – The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) is proud to present Ain’t I A Woman. This group exhibition offers contemporary depictions of women of African descent, focusing specifically on their interiority. Rather than examining women …


Chashama Exhibit – Heroes Among Us 2009

Featuring the work of chashama artist-in-residence William Mwazi chashama 161, 90-26 161st Street, Jamaica, Queens July 9, 2009, 6 – 9p Please RSVP to Masheika Lewis, 718-291-0282, x117 or


NBC Nightly News 2009

Transcript Real Estate Slump Opens Doors for Artists LESTER HOLT, anchor: Finally tonight, a creative way to fill vacant storefronts. The recession that’s forcing so many businesses to close is opening some unexpected opportunities in the art world. NBC’s Mara Schiavocampo has the story. MARA SCHIAVOCAMPO reporting: In the midst of a gray city, a warehouse of color. New York …


Project Diversity Queens: What’s Going On? 2007

Showcasing Queens’ dynamic multicultural style, Repetti Gallery presents an October chapter of the borough wide exhibition titled Project Diversity Queens, a joint venture with The Queens Council on the Arts, and Project Diversity Founder Danny Simmons. For Project Diversity Queens, 13 Queens galleries will show the work of 87 Queens artists from September through November. Each exhibition has been curated …