GREEN SCREEN: THE COMMUNITY GARDENS OF WEST HARLEM

08/13/2014 Ddtvgreenscree

THE WAVES OF CHANGE PROJECT OF THE DEEP DISH NETWORK
http://www.deepdishwavesofchange.org
PRESENTS

A Report and Celebration
Frank White Memorial Community Garden
506 West 143rd Street Between Amsterdam and Broadway
August 14th, 6 pm
506 West 143rd Street Between Amsterdam and Broadway

A video projection of the summer documentation of the gardens of West Harlem by:
The Green Screen Team:
Ambroisine Agbelor
Beatrice Genfi
Danielle Bagley
Kia Thomas
Meilyn Alexandra Delgado Hierro
Melissa Hernandez
Yanni Young

Tanya Jackson, Educational Coordinator
DeeDee Halleck, Project Implementation
Raelene Holmes-Andrews, Assistant Teacher
Femi Ige, Graphics Instructor
Lindsey Harris, Web Design Instructor

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Refreshments will be served.

This project has been supported by :
The North River Fund of the Hudson River Foundation
The workshop space was provided by Saint Mary's Church
Generous technical support by Tekserve, Columbia University Computer Lab, The Lower East Side Recycle Center and Deep Dish Television

Thanks to Melvin McCray, Helena Andreyko, Kym Roberts, Raheem Harris, Celia Braxton, Steve Goodman, Matt Walsh, Jay@Tekserve, Brenda@Deep Dish, Barbara Grill, Brian Drolet and Joel Kovel.
(invitation designed by Meilyn Delgado)

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