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Nou La - We Reach!

The Journeys and Dreams of Brooklyn's Caribtropolis

a mixed media, multi-disciplinary, interactive exhibition from Brooklyn Arts Council's Creative Coalitions 






Join Brooklyn Arts Council's Creative Coalitions Nou La--We Reach!, an interactive cultural exhibit at the Wyckoff House Museum. Be immersed in stories and artwork reflecting on the Caribbean migrations that have profoundly impacted Brooklyn's cultural fabric, through works from Brooklyn-based artists.

Curated by Desiree Gordon, the project explores themes of innovation and preservation, migration and displacement, and resistance and becoming, drawing upon the voices of the communities of Brownsville, East Flatbush, and beyond. To learn more, read the exhibition concept statement here.

Featured artists include:

Sheila Anozier

Aisha Tahndiwe Bell

Sharela Bonfield

Vladimir Cybil Charlier

Conjunto Folklorico Nuevo Milenio

Sophia Domeville

Jennifer Harley

Floyd Jarvis

Zatara McIntyre

Sonia Paulino


Something Positive

Sesame Flyers

Winston Stiell


Exhibition is open June 16 to September 23, Fridays and Saturdays from 1-4pm.



Brooklyn Arts Council's Nou La--We Reach! program is supported by the Lincoln Center Cultural Innovation Fund, which is generously supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and administered by Lincoln Center.

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