Thursday, January 25, 2024

BXAC: Bronx Art & Community Expo Winter Edition

 I will be attending a Bronx art community event.

BXAC: Bronx Art & Community Expo Winter Edition

Sunday Jan. 28th, 12-7pm

1450 Commerce Ave. Bronx, NYC

 

Artist Vee, who met at a Comic Con in Brooklyn, has created a new community event in the Bronx. It's a video game, anime, manga, and other pop culture event. The Bronx is the birthplace of hip-hop and graffiti. I hope a new culture will emerge again from here

 

ブロンクスのアートコミュニティーのイベントに参加します。

BXAC: Bronx Art & Community Expo Winter Edition

Sunday Jan. 28th, 12-7pm

1450 Commerce Ave. Bronx, NYC

 

ブルックリンのコミコンで出会ったアーティストVeeが、ブロンクスで新しくコミュニティイベントを立ち上げました。ゲーム、アニメ、漫画や、他のポップカルチャーイベントです。ブロンクスといえばヒップホップやグラフティなどが生まれたところ。ここからも新しい文化がまた出現するといいな。

 

@bxacbronxartscommunity


https://bxac.carrd.co/





Hello from Rica

Hi!
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Please visit these links below for more information!

Thank you very much,
Rica Takashima


Covid related project

Fabric with a Big Drawing from the Big Apple



Manga/Anime drawing

Manga Sculpture at Randall’s Island

Participatory art project
Aliens in New York art project
https://aliensnewyork.wixsite.com/mysite


Wikipedia


Social practice art project

One Stop Family Pop Up

Ramp Project NYC (StopGap NYC)


Old website (1980s-2015ish)

Twitter

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Rica Takashima’s short profile as a Manga artist

 

In 1995, Rica started drawing the semi-autobiographical Manga portraying everyday lives of lesbians, in Japan’s premier lesbian magazine at that time. She struggled with her sexuality since her young age, but there were no movies/novels with themed positive lesbian stories even in 1980s. Her questions towards traditional Japanese patriarchal family values and discrimination against LGBT motivated her to start to draw conceptual Manga to public. Her project Manga book was published in 2003 and 2012 in English and Japanese, and Italian version in 2011. After she immigrated to the US with her family in 2008, she collaborates her work with Pride March, NewFEST LGBT film festival, and other diverse organizations.

She also created illustrations of We Can Do It! series, which encourages women in diversity. She sells cards, pins, tote, etc. with illustrations of diverse girls such as Afro girl, Hispanic girl, Hijab girl, FtM, Asian girl, and Braid girl. 

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