YOUNITY “GODDESShood” recap

SO it’s taken me a week to recover from all my recent shows, but I’m back and ready to rock the next few gigs. Below are some pics from the YOUNITY exhibition in Yonkers. If you didn’t get a chance to go to the opening it’s a stellar show that showcases female urban artists in a sophisticated installation. The neighborhood is beautiful and you can chill by the water and eat lunch at Hudson Cafe after visiting the gallery!

The curators- Diana McClure and Alice Mizrachi

Thanks to Cristobal Diaz for filming the event- video coming soon!

Thanks to Susan Kart for bringing her Sarah Lawrence students and working hard to bring YOUNITY programming to Yonkers!

Thanks to Stephen Force from Yonkers Public Library for supporting our mission and bringing Younity to Yonkers Public Library! Thanks to Yvette for handling PR- love u sweets!

Bringing peoples together with similar life goals feels good- George, Leiann and Jess came thru to support:)

Ok its time to leave- thanks to the crew who really made it happen!

Enjoying the sun after the opening outside on the library steps. RiverFest (block party) was going on during our event so we had to check it out…

Then we went to the Hudson Cafe to get some celebratory drink and food. So nice to eat by the water- it felt like we took a vacation.

Eva, Diana and Clive… lol fun times!

Beautiful sunsets- an excellent way to end a great event!

Thanks to Diana McClure, Marthalicia Matarrita, LMNOP, Swoon, Sofia Maldonado, Krista Franklin, Lady Alezia, Lichiban, Faith 47, Yvette Devito, Samia Grand Pierre, Susan Kart, Stephen Force, Susan Thaler, Marko Jokic, Cristobal Diaz and Elise Herszkowicz  for contributing to the production of this exhibition.

Look out for the rest of YOUNITY’s “GODDESShood” programming this fall including a panel discussion at Sarah Lawrence College and a mural in a local Yonkers high school.

Make sure to sign our guest book when you come see the show!

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One Response to “YOUNITY “GODDESShood” recap”

  1. I love everything about this post, especially that long shot of my beloved World’s Fair globe. Thank you thank you for sharing.

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