Month-Long Exhibit featuring The Photography of Garifuna Photographer AUGUSTO F. AMAYA Opens In The Bronx in New York City (Friday, March 19, 2010)

Garifuna Photographer AGOSTO F. AMAYA refects on over 30 years in Photography

On Friday, March 19, 2010 at Garifuna Community Center, CASA YURUMEIN in the Bronx, a month-long exhibit featuring the photography of Garifuna Photographer AUGUSTO F. AMAYA opened.

The photography focuses on photos taken in Garifuna communities in the countries of Honduras, Belize and Guatemala over the last five years.

Reflecting on a 34 year career in Photography, Mr. Amaya talked about talent, passion and art in photography.

The Exhibit is FREE and any interested parties can come see the Exhibit on the Second Floor of Garifuna Community Center, CASA YURUMEIN for the next month.  The Exhibit is scheduled to last until APRIL 19th.

CASA YURUMEIN

Second Floor

1184 Fulton Ave

Bronx, NY 10456

(718) 991-2233

Visiting Hours of this FREE Exhibit are as follows:

MONDAY 1pm-5pm

TUESDAY 1pm-5pm

WEDNESDAY–CLOSED

THURSDAY 1pm-5pm

FRIDAY 1pm-5pm

SATURDAY 10am-8pm

SUNDAY 12pm-7pm

There are no visitors allowed on WEDNESDAYS.

Audience looking at photos of Garifuna Photographer AGOSTO F. AMAYA

Audience looks at a slideshow featuring the photography of Garifuna Photographer AGOSTO F. AMAYA

As always, if you would like to see more photos, please take a look of the photo album of this show in the BEING GARIFUNA page on Facebook.

-Tio Teo

5 thoughts on “Month-Long Exhibit featuring The Photography of Garifuna Photographer AUGUSTO F. AMAYA Opens In The Bronx in New York City (Friday, March 19, 2010)

  1. Thanks for EXPOSING me and others about
    the world of the Garifuna Tradition.
    Thanks for a project well done.

    Ricci De La Espada.

  2. Thanks for Exposing me and others about the World of the Garifuna Tradition.Thanks for a
    photographic project well done.

    Ricci De La Espada

    • Thanks sooooooo much for writing about Mr. Augusto F. Amaya’s photo exhibit, Ricci De La Espada! It’s so great to read that people are getting much from the photo exhibit. I wonder how many people were able to see it?

      -Tio Teo

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