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Casita Maria’s executive director says goodbye

Sarah Calderon with her Casita Kids.

Sarah Calderon, who had been the organization’s executive director for seven years, stepped down in October.

Art / Food

Kelly Street neighbors unite around garden

Rob Foster digs in the Kelly Street Garden on Field Day.

The Laundromat Project, a citywide non-profit cultural arts organization, held its annual Field Day last month with the residents of Hunts Point in the Kelly Street Garden as a way to start a new tradition and bring back unity into the neighborhood.

Art / Culture

Ursula Liang: Sports Journalist and Filmmaker

Ursula Liang, director of 9-Man, interviews with BronxNet.

Ursula Liang’s “9-Man,” was screened as part of the center’s Women’s Film Series in September.

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Young photographers pursue their passion

Photographers and patrons at

Vantage Point 23: Bronx Eyes, a new exhibit at The Point, features work by 23 students who attended the International Center of Photography’s education program.

Art / Culture

Troubling photos divide opinions at local exhibit

Troubling photos divide opinions at local exhibit

Journalists say former Wall Streeter is staining the trade As the Bronx Documentary Center prepared to open an exhibit that examines posed, faked or manipulated documentary photography, it sent Chris Arnade a message telling him that his work would be displayed as an example of unethical photojournalism. Since then, the […]

Art / News

Gallery shows “Perfect Lovers” in black and white

Curator Rafael Melendez in front of Ivan Gaete’s “Blindness.”

BronxArtsSpace hosts a group show that explores love, race and romanticism in many media.

Art / Culture

New performance series begins in Longwood

The New York City Ballet will be performing at Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education, as part of the Boro-Linc program.

In an effort to spread the talents of its arts programs beyond its Manhattan campus, Lincoln Center will be hosting free concerts aimed at families and children Saturdays at the Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education.

Art / Culture

Graffiti gurus’ legend grows

Hector "Nicer" Nazario at work in Tats Cru's studio.

Tats Cru will be honored at the Bronx Museum of the Arts on March 2 for their contributions to the local arts scene. The group police used to tell to ‘get moving,’ continues to rack up the accolades.

Art / Education

Simpson Street mural has education theme

Tats Cru's mural on Simpson Street.

The motto of a pro-charter school citywide organization is now emblazoned on a wall at the intersection of Simpson Street and Westchester Avenue.