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The (G)eneration Project with Joe’s Barbershop and ONeRad Latina

“23 Tales/23 NFTs” (G) Project 2023

“Highly effective narratives by means of a charming assortment of distinctive digital artwork that captures the essence of the immigrant expertise.”

Expertise the resilience & range of immigrant tales by means of ’23 Tales/23 NFTs. This collaboration gives a strong platform, bridging cultures & fostering empathy by means of storytelling.”

— Richard E. Pelzer II Director of Neighborhood Engagement

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 3, 2023/ — Immigrants Are Us: The (G)eneration Project, in partnership with Harlem’s famend Joe’s Barbershop and visionary city visible artist ONeRad Latina, proudly announce the launch of an modern public digital artwork occasion, “23 Tales/23 NFTs”, which will probably be held on Saturday, July 15, 2023 from 4pm to 8pm at Joe’s Barbershop, 2459 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10027, between 131st and 132nd Avenue. RSVP at

Constructing upon Joe’s Barbershop’s six-decade legacy as a neighborhood stronghold and the hundreds of tales advised and shared within the barbershop, “23 Tales/23 NFTs” expands on this custom of communal storytelling, leveraging cutting-edge expertise to bridge generations in a culturally participating format. The initiative extends the (G)eneration Project’s influential (G) Standing conversations, beforehand confined to bodily areas, into the huge, dynamic realm of digital and augmented actuality.

Anchored in collaboration, the “23 Tales/23 NFTs” initiative proudly invitations neighborhood residents to take part in a “What Is Your (G) Standing” Pop-In, led by ONeRad Latina and hosted by Joe’s Barbershop. Members are inspired to deliver heirlooms or objects of generational significance, recording tales, creating art work, and capturing portraits in a communal effort to protect and have fun our communal heritage. By this expertise attendees are launched to the burgeoning world of NFTs and the Metaverse.

Over the course of 23 weeks, ONeRad Latina will mint a novel sequence of 23 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), making a symbiosis of tradition and expertise that echoes the digital zeitgeist. Because the weeks progress, every freshly minted NFT will mark the tip of a chapter, culminating in a completely immersive digital artwork exhibit open to the general public.

Our manufacturing crew will doc the immersive occasion, making a dynamic document that will probably be shared with the general public, by means of the (G) Project web site and its social media platforms in addition to a forthcoming publication. The fusion of tradition, neighborhood, and expertise encapsulated on this initiative will probably be shared with the broader public, creating an enduring testomony to the richness and range of the Harlem neighborhood and the modern spirit that drives it ahead. The undertaking will culminate in an artwork set up of all 23 Tales/23 NFT’s to be exhibited in December.

The “23 Tales/23 NFTs” digital artwork exhibit reaffirms the dedication of Immigrants Are Us: The (G)eneration Project, Joe’s Barbershop, and ONeRad Latina to fostering a way of unity, understanding, and shared heritage, each inside Harlem and past.

23 Tales/23 NFTs” offered by Immigrants Are Us: The (G)eneration Project is made attainable partially with funds from Artistic Engagement, a regrant program supported by The New York Metropolis Division of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) in partnership with the Metropolis Council and The New York State Council on the Arts with the assist of the workplace of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by LMCC.

About The (G) Project:

The (G)eneration Project is a public artwork marketing campaign anchored in neighborhood initiatives targeted on celebrating and connecting totally different generations by means of modern artwork and expertise. For extra data, go to

About ONeRad Latina

ONe Rad Latina is an interdisciplinary visible artist who brings a novel perspective to her work as an Indigenous Taino Neurodiverse Latina, born and raised in New York Metropolis. With a background in each the bodily and digital artwork worlds, her work spans varied mediums and kinds, with a deal with portray, figurative abstraction, social commentary, and graffiti. Within the bodily artwork world, ONe Rad Latina has exhibited her work in galleries and museums, and has been the recipient of quite a few grants and public commissions. Her work within the Web3 house started in 2021, the place she has been exploring the contrasts between the previous and the current by means of her digital artwork. ONe Rad Latina explores a spread of themes in her work, however her main focus is on the intersection of her Indigenous Taino heritage, her experiences as a Neurodiverse Latina, and her city upbringing. Her work are sometimes figurative abstractions that convey social commentary and draw inspiration from graffiti, exploring the connection between the non-public and the political. ONe Rad Latina continues to push the boundaries of her observe, and her work is a testomony to the wealthy and dynamic views that come from embracing one’s identification and heritage. Her work is a must-see for anybody fascinated by modern artwork and the intersection of cultures, expertise, and identification.

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About Joe’s Barbershop

Joe’s Barbershop is a family-owned barbershop and hashish pleasant occasions house that’s been a Harlem fixture since 1964. From the start, and all through our 58-year historical past, we’ve all the time been an area that fosters neighborhood, connection, innovation, and authenticity. For extra data, go to

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Immigrants Are Us: The (G)eneration Project “Pop-In” Trailer


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