The Long-hallway: an evening of music, film and performance
“The Long hallway event was the most uninhibited fun I’ve had in Brooklyn! I can’t wait for the next opportunity to dance, act, listen to some rad poetry and commune with more innovative brooklyn artists. The Long hallway is an epic no pressure event where artists just get to be.”
– Mirirai Sithole, actress, Brooklyn
Westbrook Community Garden Celebration
“For the past three summers we’ve had the pleasure of working with Noelle to produce an all-ages event at our community garden in Crown Heights. She is a true professional who can bring together visual artists, musicians, actors and others to create a welcoming and participatory experience. We’re already looking forward to next year!”
– Meg Fellarath, Brooklyn Queens Lands Trust President
Co-curated this event in partnership with Westbrook Community Garden and the Brooklyn Queens land Trust.
The Laudromat Projects’ Field Day: Renter’s archive
Through a series of artist-led, interactive workshops, participants were able to create narratives of their own experience as renters in NYC.
Co-curated this Archiving the City and Create Change fellowship artists at the Laundromat Project.
unlocking your creative potential: UNESCO youth forum, Paris
“Noelle’s creative yet professional approach was frankly a breath of fresh air in what was otherwise a fairly mundane conference. I appreciated her authentic nature and ability to facilitate so effectively, actually being able to make young leaders dressed in suits, dance, write, and express their creative potential. It was by far the highlight of the conference for me, and it has even inspired me to offer my own workshops on creativity which I never thought I would be able to do, and to pursue my own creative potential full time, as I am now even writing a book on the subject.”
-Tissione Parmar, workshop participant
Working in Community as Artists: Open Engagement Conference at Queens Museum, NYC
Co-facilitated by Laundromat Project Create Change Fellows, Noelle Ghoussani, Sukjong Hong, and Kameelah Janan Rasheed. Participants included socially conscious artists and change-makers from across the United States.