Nigerian Independence Parade celebrating 63 years of independence in New York City.
Overcast skies, drizzle, then showers could not stop the 2023 edition of the Dance Parade. Participants were dancing in the rain along 6th Avenue in New York City dressed in enough colors to counteract the gloomy day. This multi-cultural event highlights not only dance and music but also the creativity and style of the various… Continue reading Dancing In The Rain With Style
New York City hosted today the first Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural and Heritage Parade as part of a month-long celebration of the people of this community. As the fastest growing demographic in the USA, Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are a major part of the creative and business growth of New York… Continue reading Multi-Cultural Celebration
Today was the 13th annual Dance Parade in New York City, promoting dance as an unifying and expressive art form. The parade featured more than 80 unique styles and had one of the world’s largest display of cultural diversity in dance.
How to brighten up a bleak and rainy New York day? Have the 38th annual India Day Parade on Madison Avenue. Culture, Color, Design and Style.
Highlighting our differences in the right way. Greetings and Mabuhay from the 2017 Philippine Independence Day Parade, New York City. Culture, food, colors, good times and great people at the parade despite the overcast sky.
One of the many fortunate things about living in New York City, especially in the summer, is the nonstop variety of things to see and do. This time around brilliant and fabulous colors of crafts, food, products, people and cultures represented at Festival of the Americas. Vendors showcased numerous choices in food, apparel, jewelry, home… Continue reading Fall Into A Cultural Rainbow
Standing Crowned and Jeweled Buddha, Burma, Pagan period, ca. 13th-early 14th century. Wood with lacquer and gilt. Standing Crowned and Jeweled Buddha, Burma, Pagan period 12th-13th century. Wood with traces of red lacquer, gesso and gold leaf. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.