Tickets at hartlemartfest.eventbrite.com!
Tickets at hartlemartfest.eventbrite.com!
The amazing ladies at the Homegirl Box reached out to me for a collab and I couldnt say no! It’s by women of color, with all woman created goods, in a seasonal box. And this one is the Cardi B box. You know I’m a regular degular schmegular girl from the Bronx, too, so this speaks to me. My contribution is my popular Galaxy Princess print (available at shopzahirakelly.com). The box drops tomorrrow! Check out info and details at TheHomegirlBox.com. Be sure to cop yours!
Mi gente, come join us this weekend!
Tomorrow morning I will be at AfroLatino Festival at the Schomburg in Harlem, Paneling. Tickets and info at Afrolatinofestnyc.com
Then in the evening I will be receiving an Award at the Fest for advocacy and leadership at Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn. Truly honored. *cries*
Saturday I will be exhibiting art, vending my Art prints, Necklaces and Clothes, and cohosting the music concert at Afrolatino Festival.
And, finally, Sunday I will be exhibiting art and paneling at this amazing woman of color-focused event in the Bronx . Tickets and info at mpfrias.com/scarlet.
This July 7 and 8 I will be at AfroLatino Festival in several different capacities:
July 7 I will be paneling on Womens Entrepeneurship, exhibiting art and at the Awards Ceremony. Then the 8th I will be vending my art and wares earlier in the day, and later on I will be Co-Hosting the Music Concert, featuring Amara La Negra, Milly Quezada, DJ Bembona, Allison Hinds and so many more.
Just more confirmation it’s gonna be lit as fuck!
Hit up AfroLatinoFestNYC.com for details.
Summer is coming and I am gearing up to participate in awesome events while we look cute.
I have events in NYC in May and June, and you can see details here as I update em.
July 7 & 8 I will be Paneling, Exhibiting Art and Vending at the Afrolatino Festival in NYC, along with some other awesome things I am doing there, to be announced a bit later. Donate to the kickstarter and buy tickets here.
Looking forward to it and to seeing yall there.
Pleased to say my literary reading and Q&A session at KGB bar went amazing as did the Odiosas Art show the next day. Super grateful to everyone who came out to support me. You make life worth living. *cries*
These are the pieces I debuted at the You ruined me/You made me better art exhibition. They are available on prints and canvases at shopzahirakelly.com.
You can book me for art shows, talks, readings, panels, workshops, events, promo and more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support my art at patreon.com/bad_dominicana.
(art: my own, i heart tech, one of my best selling prints at shopzahirakelly.com)
I have my amazing patrons at patreon.com/bad_dominicana to thank for allowing me enough sustenance to focus on creating more last year. It’s really improved my life and art and I am eternally grateful to all of you for the support. I was curious to see what I did throughout the year as I was busy cranking stuff out and not really minding how much. Turns out I did alot more than I thought. I compiled most of the visual stuff I created in this post. Most! This is not any of the writing, only a sliver of the shop merchandise, and there are more unfinished pieces, private commissioned pieces from my day job and freelancing, and artwork from projects and collabs that are going to be released later this year. *phew* It was a laborious, productive year. Here’s to 2017 taking us to new heights.
(Pictured: My best-selling Afrodescendiente Necklace, available at ShopZahiraKelly.com)
After much deliberation and pussyfooting, this last August I opened up my own proper online shop, just to try it. For the last couple years I had been selling random stuff from RedBubble and was really frustrated with their layout and terrible pricing and wondering if it was worth the money to have my own standalone online store. And while my initial shop was featured in Paper Mag for my handcrafted foodie 3d nail art sets, I was hesitant to stock anything else. I am an artist, yes, but I have been very shy about showing people what I create for most my life. Background: Only in my late 20’s did I finally post something online (a black cheesecake pin-up) and whaddya know, my art career started picking up.