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Summer in the Cloud

A digital summer of adventure will take place on July 6 – August 21 for kids ages 5 – 12!

Summer in the Cloud is designed for working parents in mind, giving campers opportunities for growth, independence, and lots of fun!

Some of the electives may include cooking, songwriting, theater, dance, fitness, digital comic design, media production, website design, video game composition, American Sign Language, and more!

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Inwood Art Works ON AIR

Meet the musicians, filmmakers, writers, theater makers, and artists of all stripes that make their home in what we call affectionately “Upstate Manhattan”.

The On Air podcast showcases film, stage, music, visual artists and writers from Inwood and neighboring communities. The programming consists of two featured segments: Artist Spotlight and Live N’ Local.

In Artist Spotlight segments we tell the stories of Inwood artists and creators recorded at beloved local haunts in the community. Hosted by Aaron Simms.

In Live N’ Local segments we interview Inwood musicians and provide an intimate platform to feature a live showcase of their work. Hosted by Aaron Simms and Jonathan Bell.

Exhibition “Art, Tainos and Environment” at JPD Community Space

The exhibition “Art, Tainos and Environment” by Latina-French artist Paloma Garcia will be running until August 1st. The exhibit features a series of portraits, animal rights paintings and a cartoon animation illustrating Taino mythology. Paloma’s work got the attention of major institutions, among them, The National Museum of the American Indian and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She also received the Cultural Exchange Ambassador award for her artistic presentation at the “No boundaries international youth art exhibition” at the United Nations.

For more information, go to: http://www.jpdfoundation.org/new-exhibition-art-tainos-and-environment-by-paloma-garcia/

*NUEVA EXPOSICIÓN DE ARTE* La exposición “Arte, taínos y medio ambiente” de la artista franco-latina Paloma García se llevará a cabo en el JPD Community Space (GWB Marketplace – 4211 Broadway, Suite 23A – esquina 179th St. & Ft. Washington) de martes a sábado, de 12 a 5 p.m., hasta el 1 de agosto.

La exposición presenta una serie de retratos, pinturas sobre los derechos de los animales y una animación de dibujos animados que ilustra la mitología taína. El trabajo de Paloma llamó la atención de importantes instituciones, entre ellas, el Museo Nacional del Indígena Americano y el Museo Metropolitano de Arte. También recibió el premio Embajador de Intercambio Cultural por su presentación artística en la exposición internacional de arte juvenil “Sin fronteras” en las Naciones Unidas.

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Friends of Inwood Hill Park Free Summer Programs: Nature Photography, ADULTS & TEENS

THURSDAYS 3:00-4:30 PM, ADULTS & TEENS; create compelling digital nature photography. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of shooting techniques, and shot composition. No photography experience necessary!

Reserve your spot in advance by joining our mailing list. Email margaret.knoerzer@parks.nyc.govto be added! Limited spots will be available to walk-ins, all photography classes are capped at 10 participants. All participants will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing. All classes will meet at the Muscota Marsh.