JCC Harlem And Art In FLUX Partner In Open Studio With Jordan Baker-Caldwell

April 4, 2019

Jordan Baker-Caldwell will be welcoming the community to his open-air studio at JCC Harlem on Sunday, April 7, 2019, from noon to 2 pm. This is an opportunity to hear from the artist about how he approaches a sculptural piece and also watch him work some magic.

Jordan’s residency will surround a theme entitled “String Theory.” The works he creates during his residency and the ideas he is exploring are firmly rooted in the belief that there is more that unites us than divides us. Through visual interpretations that convey messages of unity and togetherness, it is the artist’s intention for his work to encourage the erasure of divisive language and actions. Jordan started his residency in the beginning of March exchanging ideas with the JCC constituency. Briefly, some of the topics that arose include: “creating something from nothing” “offerings of the heart” “not wasting / giving new life to old things.”

Stop by the JCC on the 7th and get to know Jordan.

Open Studio Day


Sunday, April 7, Noon to 2 PM

Click Here to RSVP and more information

JCC Harlem, 318 West 118th Street, Harlem, New YorkNY 10026


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Photo credit: Art In FLUX.

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