The book launch for “Immigrant Voices in the Pandemic” kicks off a lively evening on Sunday at Gallery RIVAA, 527 Main Street on Roosevelt Island. Completing the doubleheader, it’s followed immediately by a closing reception with painter Steven Balogh whose work now enlivens the walls with celebrations of color.
As reported earlier, Immigrant Voices in the Pandemic is a groundbreaking look at how vital artistic communities responded to the crisis. A set of stories records personal views.
Acting as hostess for this book launch, Roosevelt Island’s own poet, Adela Sinclair, brings a local touch.
Balogh Completes the Doubleheader
Steven Balogh a well-rounded visual artist, invites everyone to join him for a closing reception immediately following the book launch.
The coupling amounts to an evening filled with vital art from different angles, styles and viewpoints.
You don’t want to miss this.