Creative Coalitions x The BITF Art Show

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Artist: Ms. Zukie

Creative Coalitions artists Michael Peterson and N Carlos Jay have begun their Brooklyn Is The Future (BITF) Campaign by making a stop in Bushwick before they unveil their Creative Coalitions project, The Writings on the Wall in Brownsville on May 30 from 1-4 PM on Belmont and Thurston. With support from BAC, Bear Burger, Car 2 Go, Hercules, and Six Point Brewery, Michael and Jay kicked off the spring season with an amazing group art show at The Vazquez Building, highlighting an arsenal of artists who ambitiously declare that they are the future of street art.

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Artist: Savior El Mundo


Our goal was to create something that could bring together a group of talented artists and the community at large. We want to let the world know that we are looking to collaborate with amazing artists locally and from across the globe in order to make a visible and viable change in the underrepresented communities of Brooklyn like Bushwick, Brownsville and East New York. We plan on using art as the beginning of a deeper conversation about how we can mentally evolve and change our communities through hard work, education, and perseverance“,  says Michael Peterson.

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The Geisha by Ben Angotti

The BITF Art Show was a great preview of what is to come for the residents of Brownsville. Stay tuned for more to come as Michael and Jay wrap up their project in Brownsville and be sure not to miss the unveiling on Saturday, May 30.

For more information about the Brooklyn is the Future show please contact Michael Peterson at mrmichaeldpeterson@gmail.com. For more information on The Writings on the Wall please contact Shannon Shird, Community Initiatives Coordinator at BAC at sshird@brooklynartscouncil.org.

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