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Articles about Wendy Angulo Productions, our artists, and write-ups of our events.

Trailblazers: Meet The Creatives – Episode 2: Ivette, The Visual Artist

On today’s episode of  Trailblazers: Meet The Creatives,  I interviewed Ivette Urena, one of the Visual Artists that attended my workshop this past November. I am excited to announce that at the end of this month she will be fulfilling part of her dreamed project by having a semi-solo exhibition. More details at the end of the interview. Tell us about ... Read More »

Trailblazers: Meet The Creatives Series

  This past November I facilitated a workshop at WordUp bookstore in Washington Heights, sponsored by the New York City Latina Writers Group: The Business of Art Workshop. I have been the Program Director of the organization and this was my last year in the said position.  While creating this year programming, its founder, Alicia Anabel Santos,  encouraged me to be ... Read More »

Creating your Wellness Roadmap, Interview with Kenia Nunez

I met Kenia Nunez at an event for Proud to be Latina about a year ago since then we have built together. Kenia is an incredible human being who is not afraid to share her story with the hope of helping others. She has been planning for quite some time a conference for her organization SavvyGems and today we discuss ... Read More »

Unos Cuantos Piquetitos- Theater Review

Last night, I had the opportunity to attend the play “Unos Cuantos Piquetitos” (A Few Small Snips) by Laila Ripoli and directed by Gemma Ibarra as part of Teatrica’s Fall Season. As the play begins, we meet “El” (he) – interpreted by Venezuelan actor Cesar Augusto Cova-who begins his courtship of “Ella” (She) – interpreted by Spaniard Gemma Ibarra- by ... Read More »

Queens HipHop Festival 2018

Mi Gente! For the past seven months, I have been working non-stop as the Public Relations Manager of the  Queens Hip-Hop Festival alongside its creator and founder Ashely Dean, Peter Lemonier, Josh Matos, Andrew Saliski, Adjani Reed, Dj RayBlk, Dj Zeeti and Juels: the team.  It has been a wonderful opportunity and great honor to work with this team, a group of talented and ... Read More »

Coming Home Colombia, Interview with DJ EFN

As some of you might know by some of my Instagram posts, I am a huge fan of DrinkChamps the weekly podcast hosted by Queens own N.O.R. E and Miami Hip Hop Pioneer Dj EFN. Today, I have the pleasure to chop it up with DJ EFN about his award-winning documentary series Coming Home, where DJ EFN and his Crazy Hood crew ... Read More »

The Woke Series, Interview with Creator Glenis Hunter

A few weeks ago my friend Nia Thomas sent me a screenshot of The Woke Series Instagram page and suggested I interviewed its creator and help spread the word through my platform about this project. Right away I said yes! So after a quick introduction via text, I set up an interview with Glenis Hunter and today she will share ... Read More »

I Don’t Live There by Richa Pokhrel

Shame is a common feeling that a South Asian woman like me experiences over and over throughout our lifetime. Since my birth, this emotion has held on to me like a light scar that never fades. I’ve shaken it off a few times like a wet dog, but somehow it creeps back into my life. I’ve dealt with a fair ... Read More »

Breaking Cycles by Rachel Wendy Cuevas

Plenty of people are oblivious to the many diverse forms of domestic abuse. It can be deemed physical, verbal, emotional, psychological or sexual. According to The Center for Disease Control and Prevention: every month 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. Lugubriously enough, domestic violence doesn’t just transpire between romantic partners. An immediate family ... Read More »

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