Genre: Urban Arts, LLC

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Genre: Urban Arts (GUA) Provides Educational Consulting And Publishing Services For Creatives. With Genre: Urban Arts’ platform, creatives can grow their skills through workshops and courses, become published on our site or in one of our gorgeously polished print publications, showcase art and multidisciplinary works through exhibitions curated and designed by our team, & flex their performance skills at one of our pop-up events. Our team spends much time preparing opportunities for creatives to develop and share their art as part of the necessity for inclusion. All of this with the knowledge that working in the space of developing yourself as a creative is often seen as a privilege. A plethora of artists in urban areas work jobs that they do not love as a means to support their art and creativity. Pop-up galleries and performances organized by Nakeysha, founder, via Gene: Urban Arts allows everyone in the urban creative community the ability to develop themselves as artists, become published and showcase their art through performance and exhibition. GUA is now a playground for 3200+ creatives, all who have their own medium in which they create— their own genre. Genre: Urban Arts is turning the intangible into the tangible. GUA pop-up galleries uniquely organize and support artists who have an appetite to share art with the community. Genre: Urban Arts is a true friend to the creative, a support for the artist in a world that wants us to end our dance with our connection to divinity- end our connection with the most innate part of ourselves. Here we are protected & freed from the societal pressures of mundanity. Find us on social media at @GenreUrbanArts

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Genre: Urban Arts, LLC
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Nakeysha Roberts Washington
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