Hello From Harlem’s ImageNation, Proud Recipients Of Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY Grant

Greetings ImageNation Family,

How are you? We hope that you’re ok. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented us each with the challenge of adjusting to a new normal.Whether we are learning to home school (whew!), facing the isolation of living alone, or managing grief, let’s all do our best to remain connected, optimistic, and supportive of our friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors.

In spite of social distancing challenges, we at ImageNation will continue to do what we love. And, we hope you will join us! We are cooking up some new and exciting virtual programs. Stay tuned for information on the 2020 ImageNation Outdoors Festival, slated for August. Our Cocktails & Cinema series at the Apollo Theater will resume in the Fall.  And, we are working steadily to open the Sōl Cinema Cafe soon after the pandemic subsides, just in time to help alleviate your cabin fever!

Please visit our Sōl Cinema Cafe page on Facebook and click the “LIKE” button.

ImageNation is honored to have received Ava Duvernay’s inaugural ARRAY Grant, to help us navigate these tough times. For those who are interested, we’ll soon release our investment options, wherein supporters can contribute to the Sōl Cinema Cafe and earn a revenue share!

Starting today, you can participate in our next 45-day seat-naming campaign.  Installment plans are available.

And finally, please click here to view our list of resources designed to help keep you happy, safe and secure.

Moikgantsi Kgama, Founder & Executive Director

Gregory Gates, Executive Producer

Photo credit: Moikgantsi Kgama, Founder & Executive Director with Gregory Gates, Executive Producer

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