BXTRA with Edwin Pagan

Bronx photographer and cinematographer, Edwin Pagan, shared his perspective on the Bronx through his lens. On Photography Pagan started his career early in life when participating in an organization called, ” The Boys Club.” Though he did not desire to learn how to work the camera, Pagan walked out with an experience of a lifetime…one […]

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BXTRA with Dilson Hernandez

–Tatyana Turner   In the words of notable poet and playwright, Oscar Wilde : “Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has ever known.” No matter how long it was since you’ve graduated from high school, going through life can seem like walking through a high school hallway full of students […]

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BXTRA with Geoff Rawling

–Tatyana Turner Right on the outskirts of Bruckner Boulevard is an unassuming street in the  Mott Haven section of the Bronx… a small creative enclave filled with artists who contribute the vibrancy of the borough.  On the outside, the area appears dull, with an industrial atmosphere and dated buildings. Inside one of the apartment buildings, […]

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BXTRA with Walter Cruz

–Tatyana Turner Walter Cruz is a young Bronx creative who is currently the resident artist for the Laundromat Project. The Laundromat Project is an initiative that uses art and creativity to bring communities together. As part of the residency, Walter is able to utilize a community-based studio until April 2018. Outside from the Laundromat Project, Walter […]

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BXTRA with Raheem Nelson–iPad Artist

–Tatyana Turner In 2010, the world was introduced to an iPad, a tablet computer that serves as a computer, music device, and movie player amongst other functions. Little did anyone know, this technological advancement birthed a new genre of art…iPad art. Seven years later, I was introduced to a creative gentleman at a social event. […]

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