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On Saturday, November 07, 2020, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., in conjunction with The Bronx Tourism Council, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Transportation Alternatives, and Ride with GPS app hosted a bike ride to end the Tour de Bronx 2020 season.

Members from the RWB Bronx Chapter joined Borough President Diaz, Jr. to take part in the “Bronx Riviera” route, using the Ride with GPS app, to visit the neighborhoods, parks, greenways, and waterfronts of the borough seen during the Tour de Bronx event.

Originally slated to take place in late October, The Tour de Bronx — largest free bicycle event in the state — was cancelled due to the gathering restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In its place, the Bronx Borough President’s office and The Bronx Tourism Council partnered with Ride with GPS app to create virtual cycling routes where cyclists ride one of the three paths — “Bronx Riviera,” “Boogie Up The Bronx Jr.” and “8 Wonders of the Bronx.”

The Tour de Bronx 2020 routes were sponsored by Montefiore Medical Center, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Target, Zipcar, Citi Bike, BronxCare Health System, SBH Health System, Transportation Alternatives and Patricia Lynch Associates, and will ran on the Ride with GPS app from October 10 to November 08, 2020. Borough President Diaz, Jr. and The Bronx Tourism Council launched the revamped Tour de Bronx on Saturday, October 10, 2020, riding with borough residents along the “Boogie Up The…

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Kim Dacres is a Jamaican-American artist and educator from the Bronx, who lives and practices her studio work in Harlem. She approaches her work with enthusiasm for life and accountability for the stories of everyday people of color. Her work explores themes of pride, resistance, and silence through the combination and manipulation of tires inspired by intimate narratives.

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The Human Impacts Institute has put together a hybrid experience like no other and the Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) is excited to be a part of it.

The 10th Annual Creative Climate Awards (CCA) features 15 artists from around NYC along with five curating organizations.

Bronx Council on the Arts is proud to represent the Bronx through the works of artists Kim Darces, Ruth Marshall, and Estelle Maisonett.

Kim Dacres is a Jamaican-American artist and educator from the Bronx, who lives and practices her studio work in Harlem. She approaches her work with enthusiasm for life and accountability for the stories of everyday people of color. Her work explores themes of pride, resistance, and silence through the combination and manipulation of tires inspired by intimate narratives.

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Estelle Maisonett is a mixed-media interdisciplinary artist born and raised in the Bronx. She uses found objects, photography, and clothing to document her lived experience while exploring perception of identity through fashion, pattern, consumption, architecture, and material.

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The 10th Annual Creative Climate Awards (CCA) features 15 artists from around NYC along with five curating organizations.

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Kim Dacres is a Jamaican-American artist and educator from the Bronx, who lives and practices her studio work in Harlem. She approaches her work with enthusiasm for life and accountability for the stories of everyday people of color. Her work explores themes of pride, resistance, and silence through the combination and manipulation of tires inspired by intimate narratives.

Australian born and raised, Ruth Marshall has been a Bronx resident since 2000. Her artwork explores the creative possibility of textiles through crochet and knitting, with an emphasis on bringing these crafts to a fine art level of excellence. Ruth sees yarn as having a benign aspect and a history of domestic utility, while maintaining the ability to demonstrate connections to socio-political contexts.

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