#DaretoImagine Week of Pop-Up Cultural Actions

During the week of Dare to Imagine in October 10-18th 2015, a week of creative actions and events organized by the U.S. Department of Arts & Culture - USDAC (a non-government people-powered arts and culture social justice network), Betty and others in NYC helped organize (4) NYC based large scale events. They collaborated with neighborhood residents and activists to design and structure the content. Collaborations included partnering with artists in East and West Harlem and groups like Picture the Homeless and Brotherhood/SisterSol. USDAC in NYC also collaborated with community-based art groups like The Laundromat Project, Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts (NOCD-NY), and JACK Art Center to hold Dare to Imagine activities.

"Staying in Harlem" Dare to Imagine in West Harlem with Brotherhood SisterSol

"Staying in Harlem" Dare to Imagine in West Harlem with Brotherhood SisterSol

Check out more photos from the the "Staying in Harlem" Dare to Imagine event with Brotherhood SisterSol.

Dare To Imagine with Picture the Homeless

Dare To Imagine with Picture the Homeless

Dare to Imagine with Picture the Homeless #HandsOffTheHomeless Letters to Mayor DeBlasio 

Dare to Imagine with Picture the Homeless #HandsOffTheHomeless Letters to Mayor DeBlasio 

Artists Letter Writing for our Dare to Imagine with NOCD-NY

Artists Letter Writing for our Dare to Imagine with NOCD-NY

Check out more photos from the Dare to Imagine event with Picture the Homeless

Check out these links to learn more about these events:

Picture the Homeless: Evening of Cultural Resistance

Emissary Spotlight: #DaretoImagine in New York City