Featuring new collaborative work by
Leslie Alfin, Theresa Byrnes, Chanel Kennebrew
& Toshi Reagon
26-19 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
6:00 – 10:00 pm
About the Artist
Chanel Kennebrew spends her days doing freelance creative work and running Junkprints. What’s Junkprints? Well, it’s an umbrella for the stuff she makes. It’s smarter than fashion, less pretentious than art, looser than design and good for the soul. Junkprints started out as her surface exploration of race and gender in the media. Junkprints is a response to mainstream media’s exclusion and skewed representation of the rest of the American people. Junkprints was created as a lifestyle choice put into place to attempt to create a balance of perspectives. It’s ethical, sustainable, tongue in cheek and socially accountable.
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Queens Council on the Arts would like to thank The Honorable Queens Borough President Helen M. Marshall, The Queens Delegation and especially The Honorable Councilmembers Karen Koslowitz, Mark Weprin and James Van Bramer for their support of Queens Art Express.