Kathleen Laziza has decades of experience as a public speaker for artists as she once lobbied the halls of Congress with notables like actor Alec Baldwin for the NEA to continue their individual artists grants; we failed our approach but we never gave up speaking for America cultural aspirations. She went on to inspire an tourism center in Brooklyn’s Borough Hall along with renovating the neighborhood Boerum Hill by inventing cultural tourism initiations; including Brooklyn Cultural Circuit, Brooklyn Dance Consortium and Kids Press Magazine. Her business training includes NYC Arts and Business Council programs, Brooklyn Economic Development Corp, The US and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and as a fellow of the Columbia University’s Art Leadership Institue through Teacher’s College.
Currently she is available to speak on these 4 topics
Make it Your Own
Cultural Diplomacy Needs You
Conflict Resolution and Language
What is Art Good For?
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CELEBRATE EARTH DAY at Hancock Community Backyard Garden Park where Micro Museum will offer a live interaction occasion with Kathleen Laziza’s SPRING FEVER collection with 30 of 90 wearable art pieces. The museum offers group public digital portraits in honor of all things GREEN THUMB. Shout out to Darryl Hell for making this possible.
SPRING FEVER has three parts:
1. Players agree to do the piece and get sized for a SPRING FEVER jacket.
2. Players pose for a group public portraits with Micro Museum’s camera people and probably random camera buffs.
3. Park visitors with e-mail addresses can sign up for a free digital portrait.
Micro Museum is proud to announce a free public presentation of "JOY TO THE WORLD" a video art work piece by William Laziza in the 2nd floor windows of Micro Museum at 123 Smith Street Brooklyn, NY 11201. The projection will be active after dark from Nov30 - Feb15.
JOY TO THE WORLD is a part of a larger series called "Videokinesis". William Laziza is one of America's pioneering public access TV advocates. His work aired routinely on Brooklyn Community Access TV from the mid 1990s to the mid 2000s.
Micro Museum is an interdisciplinary art center that is celebrating 30 years in downtown Brooklyn. It is founded by Kathleen Laziza in 1986 as an artist driven environment that specialized in community development and cultural tourism. Follow her and Micro Museum on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Fun city begins in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn!!!
Micro Museum artists are delighted to be a part of FLASHBACK at Hancock Community Garden. We intend to play outdoors in the heart of Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy neighborhood and invite you to come along too! Micro Museum will be photo-oping "Instant Matador" from 4 - 6 PM but ink us in all day for music, shared historical records, food and friendships.
Located in Bed-Stye this community garden will host Kathleen Laziza's SPRING FEVER with partners Darryl Montgomery, Director and Kari Otero, Photographer. Be prepared for a day of neighborhood fun as The Bed-Stye Community Coalition also hosts NYC Department of Records. More info to come.