AKA: The Eye of Slickyboy: Afro-Asian Futurism Gallery Storytelling
We are excited to partner with our member Milton Washington on a special night of art, storytelling, and music during his gallery show week! On display is his photography entitled “The Eye of Slickyboy: Afro-Asian Futurism,” where he captures the duality, culture, and beauty of his existence through his camera. The exhibit runs from September 6th – 16th.
Who: Open to the public
When: Wednesday, September 12th, 6-9pm
Where: Storefront Project Gallery, 70 Orchard St. North
Performers: Milton Washington (storyteller) and Monk Washington (singer, song-writer)
Thanks to Hwayo Soju for sponsoring, and event partner Agent 99!
To learn more about the exhibit, please see the full show link here:
Born in South Korea, Milton Washington was adopted and brought to the states in 1979, where he learned English and the American culture. Today, he lives in Harlem, New York, operating his growth strategy and visual development agency, Slickyboy Studios. He is months away from completing his memoir, “Slickyboy.”