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“We wanted to take a chance on an area of town that we know for a fact will be IT in five years, and we wanted to be a part of it.”
On Friday, November 2, Qween City was a lucky attendee to the city’s first BraVa! event, produced by the YWCA of Western New York.
BraVa!, a storytelling fundraiser featuring the humble bra, comes to Buffalo for the first time this Friday, November 2.
On Saturday, October 6, from 6-9 p.m., the Ukrainian-American Civic Center will play host to Heroine Hijack, a multi-genre arts presentation and fundraiser celebrating women artists in Buffalo.
“No matter who you are or what your personal style is…you will appreciate yourself in a way you never have before.”
Ashera enacts some new facets of herself at Sweet Heart Pin Up Studio.
“With those things that you love in life, I feel you have to do them because we don’t have tomorrow, right?”
“How do we better go out into the community and try to inspire people wherever they are?”
Photographer Alana Fajemisin shot with artist Kristin Brandt recently, in anticipation of Kristin’s exhibition at GEORGETTE June 1.
“It kind of looks like I’m going to have the best year of my life.”
“We want arts and culture to be the forefront of Buffalo’s face, because they already are.”
“I expect things to go well, but if they don’t, I have the foundation to step back, rework stuff and do it again.”
“My music for me has always been about healing, and the person I’m looking directly at in front of me, the group of people I’m around.”
“I would have never thought when I started doing it from home, making bougie strawberries, that three years from then, this is where I’d be.”
“That’s what I wanted, to take those producers and put them on a pedestal.”
Photographer Alana A. Fajemisin captured the beginning stages of the Freedom Wall in July 2017.
“Rather than representing what I’m upset about, I’m representing how I want it to be.”
“She inspired me to subscribe to the life of a visual artist because I could practice creating what I wanted to portray with bits and pieces.”