Aida Miró: Tribute To Women & Diversity

Published on March 12, 2023, 10:48 pm
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In person and for the first time in New York, Aida Miró, presents her collection of portraits of Bronx women in the exhibition, Tribute to Women & Diversity. This collection is accompanied by a series of video interviews from all 13 women that were part of this project. The exhibition will be open from March 04, 2023 to March 30, 2023 at BxArts Factory.

“With this project my aim is to give visibility to Bronx women, their diversity, hear their voices and stories, how they relate to the Bronx and make them immortals with their portrait paintings.” Aida Miró.

On view from March 04 to April 01, 2023.

Opening Reception / Artist Talk

  • Thursday March 09, 2023, from 06:00 to 09:00 pm
  • To register, please visit here.

Portrait Paining Workshop

  • Saturday, March 25, 2023, from 12:00 to 02:00 p.m.
  • To register, please visit here.

Closing Reception

  • Thursday, March 30, 2023, from 06:00 to 09:00 p.m.
  • To register, please visit here.


About the BxArts Factory

The BxArts Factory endeavors to become a preeminent Arts Institution in the Bronx, committed to supporting local artists and art projects focused on making art accessible to communities in the Bronx and using art to address social and economic inequities in the Bronx.

We are a grassroots, 501c3, non-profit organization that connects  Bronx-based artist and community, in experiences, events and opportunities for connection, community development and healing. We assist affiliated artists to engage and advance the Arts in communities throughout the borough via a diverse set of arts-oriented programming and services. Through collaborations with local artists and community based organizations, we offer dynamic arts programming that incorporates education and showcase a variety of art genres.

The BxArts Factory provides unique and engaging experiences to advance the Arts and cultural education in the Bronx. BxArts Factory is a project visualized by Laura Alvarez (local artist), Twahira Khan (Community Activist), Alexis Mendoza (founder of Alexis Mendoza Curatorial Projects) and Yolanda L. Rodriguez (Community Organizer and Teacher) in 2014. These four Bronxites bring forth knowledge and experiences that have  secured the success of this development.

BxArts Factory  also include the talents of local Bronx artists and community members who join our Advisory Committee and Volunteer Staff every year. Our mobility allows us to bring art to everyone in the Bronx and contribute to bringing art to every household.  With this purpose we plan and sponsor regular art exhibitions at venues in the Bronx, organize programs and networking events for artists, develop emerging artists through workshops and educational programs, collaborate with other organizations and local businesses to strengthen ties to the community and increase community engagement with art through workshops, street fairs, and other events.

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