exhibition
Project Diversity

Date
April 8 – May 8, 2005
Opening Reception
April 8, 2005
Artists
Alicia Wargo, Stephanie Dinkins, Elizabeth Duffy, Mayumi Hayashi, Cornell Jones, Rejin Leys, Jane Moffitt, Lucas Monaco, Chris Oh, Nancy Saleme, Emily Stern



exhibition Images


Installation view 1


Installation view 2


Installation view 3


Jane Moffit, In Bloom


Mayumi Hayashi, installation detail


Nancy Saleme, Box E


Stephanie Dinkins, #6



Press and Promotion


Poster


Press release

About the exhibition

Project Diversity is a multi-venue exhibition of 200 Brooklyn artists at 16 Brooklyn galleries in April-May 2005, designed to help unite audiences and artists across lines of ethnicity, gender, age and neighborhood. Featuring works across all visual media as well as educational forums and family activities, the event will also celebrate Brooklyn's tremendous diversity, cultural vision and cutting-edge style. Free shuttle bus service to all participating galleries will be provided April 30-May 1, May 7-8, and May 14-15, 11am-5pm each day. Project Diversity was conceived by artist and Brooklyn gallery owner Danny Simmons, cofounder of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, and developed in partnership with the borough's key cultural leaders. Core Exhibition Dates: April 29-May 30; Pre-Shows: March 17, April 8, April 13, April 21 and April 23; Project Diversity's participating galleries include the BAM Natman Room, Brooklyn Borough Hall Community Room, Clinton Hill Simply Arts, Danny Simmons' Corridor Gallery, Gallery ElevenTen, Kentler International Drawing Space, the George Washington Carver Gallery at the Magnolia Tree Earth Center, MoCADA, Momenta Art, Pratt Institute, the RonGio Gallery, Red Clay Arts at the Skylight Gallery, the Rotunda Gallery, Sputnik, Tabla Rasa Gallery, and Tastes Like Chicken Art Space.