Friday, April 8, 2011

Maestro Marlon Daniel is Guest of The Links, Incorporated at Private Viewing of 'The Global Africa Project' in NYC

[From TOP: (1) North Jersey Chapter members, Sandra Jackson Berger (National Association of Women for the Arts) and Marlon Daniel (Artistic Director International Festival Saint-Georges). (2) Algernon Miller, Sandra Jackson Berger and Marlon Daniel. (3) Marlon Daniel and Evetta Pett, Harlem Hat artist. (4) Marlon Daniel and Wahala Temi, featured artist (the designer of the chair).]

Maestro Marlon Daniel is Artistic Director for the International Festival Saint-Georges in Guadeloupe, where Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745-1799) was born. He sends news of another activity:

“I am now involved with The Global Africa Project organization through the National Association of Women and the LINKS for the Arts to combine Music and the Art working with some of the most well known artists of African descent in the world!”

Marlon also sends photos of the event:
“Here are some photos of March 21st GLOBAL AFRICA PROJECT Event at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City: Members of the Eastern Area chapters of The Links, Incorporated were in attendance at the private viewing. On view was the unprecedented exhibition of over 100 artworks, designs and craft of over 100 African and African American artists from around the world. Classical music maestro, Marlon Daniel was the special guest of The Links, Incorporated at this event.
” [Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745-1799) is profiled at]

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