Edgar Reyes will run a workshop and lead a conversation at Impact Hub around why he believes there should be a strong alliance in he Baltimore between the African American and Latino community.
Reyes will lead a collaborative art making session for a piece that will be displayed at Impact Hub Baltimore for a week. Everyone who attends would be asked to color in an individual part of the work and together all the separate pieces would make up the art work.
Edgar Reyes is a multimedia artist based in the Baltimore and D.C. area. His work is a reflection of his personal experience as an undocumented youth in the United States. Reyes earned his MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and has taught at non-profits and private institutions.
Through his creative programming interests and abilities, he nurtures the development of youth-driven arts-based leadership initiatives, that advocate how art and design can assist in self-expression and easing of cultural tensions.
His art practice highlights the beauty of being Mexican American, yet questions his national and cultural traditions. Like many other Chicano Artist he challenges social norms to bring forth awareness of what it means to be Latino.
This Holiday Season Youth Empowered Society (YES) Is Collecting Donations! Come Stop By The Office Of Community-Based Learning To Drop Off Your Contribution. For More Information Visit CBL In VM 105 Or Visit http://www.yesdropincenter.org/
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“Art for sale by local professional artists, Jubilee Arts participants and area art students-
Cash prizes for youth who donate work, winners announced at event
See jubileeartsbaltimore.org for more information and brunch menu!”
“Proceeds from Deck The Walls will provide scholarships for aspiring young artist to further enhance their creative skills by participating in Jubliee Art’s dynamic artistic programs and projects. Our goal is to raise scholarships that will provide 28 students with the opportunity to participate in one full year of arts classes valued at $210 per scholarship. We welcome you to join us on our mission to provide a positive and uplifting environment for our youth living in the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods. To find out how you can be involved visit us at jubileeartsbaltimore.org or follow us on Twitter or Instagram: @jubileearts1.”
About 99,000 Baltimore City adults do not have a high school diploma, enough to fill Ravens Stadium and over half of Oriole Park. For over 20 years, the Greater Homewood Adult Learning Center has been serving the needs of the greater Baltimore area with quality, learner-centered instruction at no charge to adults ages 16 and older. Volunteer with the Center and help adult learners develop the skills they need to succeed in life and work. Volunteer One-to-One Tutors and Classroom Assistants are needed to teach reading, writing, English language, and/ or math. We are also recruiting Computer Class Instructors and Job Coaches to assist our Workforce Program participants with job searching, resume writing, and interview skills. If you can spare two hours a week, you can make a huge difference in the life of an adult learner! Scheduling is flexible. Visit our website at http://www.greaterhomewood.org/our-work/adult-learning-center/volunteering/ for more information. Please contact Erin George, Volunteer & Outreach, at email@example.com or 410-261-3519 to request an application.