BxArts Factory Launches February 12th At The Bronx Museum


BxArts Factory, the borough’s first incubator for the Arts, will officially launch on Thursday, February 12th at The Bronx Museum of the Arts.  The free event will be held from 6pm – 8pm and, “…will be filled with artists performing and creating art live for the audience to enjoy their craft,” says Yolanda Rodriguez Co-Founder of the organization in a press release sent to us last night.

With a mission to bring forth more artists using their art to promote and create social change in The Bronx, the newly formed non-profit will be providing much need space and resources to underserved minorities in various disciplines in the Arts.

If you are interested in following the BxArts Factory, you can do so on Twitter and Instagram (via @BxArtsFactory) or check out their website regularly.  Also, you can make a tax-deductible donation.

The launch event is free and open to the public but please get your FREE tickets over at Eventbrite, and if you’re on Facebook, please RSVP on their event page!

BxArts Factory is already working on its first project, ‘Innuendos’ coming this March 6th at the Andrew Freedman home featuring the voices of 10 Bronx women in celebration of Women’s History Month.


BxArts Factory hard at work filming for their first project, 'Innuendos' coming March 6th at The Andrew Freedman Home.
BxArts Factory hard at work filming for their first project, ‘Innuendos’ coming March 6th at The Andrew Freedman Home. / Image Courtesy of BxArts Factory

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Ed García Conde is a life-long Bronxite who spends his time documenting the people, places, and things that make the borough a special place in the hopes of dispelling the negative stereotypes associated with The Bronx. His writings are often cited by mainstream media and is often consulted for his expertise on the borough's rich history.