Safe Harbor of The Hudson presents a Weekend Activity

null     Black Renaissance Festival ´╗┐this Saturday!     In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement, Safe Harbors of the Hudson is proud to present Black Renaissance Festival – A celebration and amplification of Black voices in our community through visual and performing arts.   Join us on Saturday, September 26th from 12 – 6 p.m. in the Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery for the opening event of our Black Renaissance Festival exhibit.   This juried exhibit was curated by both Kirsten Kucer and Jonette O’Kelley Miller and will be on view Saturdays/Sundays from 1 – 4 p.m. through November 28.   Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery is located at 104 Ann Street, Newburgh.   There will also be Black-owned food and non-food vendors at the event.   Special thanks to our panelists and committee members:   Vernon Byron Maritza Calderon-Caballero Tavares Cotton Corey Glover Bridget Hayes Virginia McCurdy Jonette Miller Angela Paul-Gaito Genesis Ramos Jules Ridgeway Elizabeth Rowley Candyce Young´╗┐     Safe Harbors works for equitable access to housing and the arts and strives to present inclusive, relevant and reflective programming in the City of Newburgh.    SAFE HARBORS OF THE HUDSON  Safe Harbors of the Hudson is a large scale, non-profit re-development project in the City of Newburgh with the mission of transforming lives and building community through housing and the arts. The Safe Harbors project includes the Cornerstone Residence, supportive housing for 128 of our neighbors; the Lobby at the Ritz, our performing arts venue; the Ann Street Gallery, our contemporary visual arts venue; Safe Harbors Green, a vital green space in the center of our community and the historic Ritz Theater, which Safe Harbors is committed to restoring into a large scale performance space for presentation, creation, education and engagement. Visit Safe Harbors   For more information, visit our website