Grace Aneiza Ali

‘Fast Five’ Interview with Guyanese-American Art Curator Grace Aneiza Ali

: ‘Fast Five’ Interview with Guyanese-American Art Curator Grace Aneiza Ali

Guyanese-born art curator Grace Aneiza Ali has made it her mission to create spaces for works of art that bring more visibility and awareness to the many experiences of the little-known Guyanese community across America. Migrating to Washington D.C. at the age of 14, her curatorial work heavily focuses on migration, particularly from Guyana, and examines the intersections at which art, activism and social change connect. Ali spoke with Brown Girl Magazine recently about the…

: GGR Founder Among 10 Guyanese Women Honored by the Guyana Cultural Association

Guyanese Girls Rock founder, Cloyette Harris-Stoute, was one of 10 women who were recently honored at the 2014 Guyana Cultural Association Folk Festival Award Ceremony in Brooklyn, New York.   Cloyette, who was recognized for her outstanding contributions to contemporary media, was presented with her Award by GCA committee member, Allison Skeete. Other notable honorees, many of whom were featured by Guyanese Girls Rock,  included Patricia Jordon-Langsford, President of The Guyana Tri-State Alliance, Inc. who…

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: She Rocks! Grace Aneiza Ali – Founder | Editorial Director, Of Note Magazine

Grace Aneiza Ali is the founder and editor of  OfNoteMagazine.org, an online magazine that celebrates people of color in the arts. She was born in Guyana and moved to the United States when she was fourteen years old. Having grown up surrounded by a culture of illiteracy among women, she is committed to the work of educating girls in developing nations. Grace launched Of Note in 2009 as a platform to honor “artists whose work values compassion,…