On March 14 (Pi day!), we all traveled to Sugar Hill to see the construction site of the Sugar Hill Complex, which will provide affordable housing, a children’s museum, and an early education center for the neighborhood. We went inside the housing complex with our hard hats, passing through the dry walls and the sounds of construction to the early childhood center/teacher area, where teens will have their artwork shown alongside professional artists! [Read more…]
From its exterior, The Harlem Garage seems like nothing out of the ordinary— just another building that blends into the unique monotony of uptown brick. But, inside, are zesty orange walls covered in vibrant modern art, hammock-like swings in place of chairs, and a group of teenagers working to curate an art exhibit. Yeah, that’s right. A group of TEENAGERS!