Our neighbor, the National Black Theater, is not only planning to knock down it’s current building and construct a theater+residential building in its place, it’s also worked to redesign its visual presence and to address the issue of what to do with the art in the current building:
NBT houses a diverse art collection that celebrates the indigenous and contemporary expressions of the black diaspora. Signature to our collection is the largest assemblage of New Sacred Art in the Western Hemisphere. This collection was commissioned and created on the premises by a dozentraditional artists from Osogbo, Nigeria: Kasali Akangbe Ogun, Yekini Folorunsho Bolarinwa, Adebisi Akanji, Yekini S. Atanda, Buraimoh Gbadimosi, Muraina Oyelami, Jimoh Buraimoh Gbadamosi, Funsho Bamidele Arowogun Owolabi, Emmanuel Bamidele, Chief Nike Davies-Okundaye, Olabayo Olaniyi and Shegun. To learn more about our artwork or to donate a piece to NBT please reach out by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NBT has a new text logo for publicity:
And has taken ‘Max’ the ‘Maximum Spirit’ and revamped him for 2021:
And the new buiding:
NBT is embarking on a historic major capital redevelopment project that will transform the current property into a 21st-century destination for Black culture through theatre. This redevelopment project will anchor and recapitalize the institution for an even brighter future with a 250-seat flexible temple space and a 99-seat studio theater.
MMP for 8.2 Million
12 Mount Morris Park West is an original woodwork dream mansion. It’s also on the market for 8.2 million.
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