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Surviving the Storm Makes Disaster an Art
Comic Book uses Hurricane Sandy to Teach Preparedness in Harlem.
By: Markman Designs
“When the announcement of a storm hits, like storm Juno did this past week on the east coast, there’s usually pandemonium”
About Michael Markman:
Michael Markman is a professional artist and teacher born and raised in New York City has been a resident of Jersey City for 22 years. He holds a BFA from The School of Visual Arts and an MS from Mount Saint Vincent. Markman has participated in The Contemporary Art Fair in New York City, The Harlem Art Tour featured at Martha’s Vineyard and Philadelphia. His Illustrations have been published in The Nation, New York News-day and the Jersey City Journal.
About the Dwyer Cultural Center:
The DWYER CULTURAL CENTER is a 7000 square foot state of the art facility conveniently located at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue (entrance on 123rd Street), is dedicated to supporting Harlem’s artists and arts organizations and promoting the community’s cultural life. The DWYER includes a 75- seat multimedia theatre, state-of-the-
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