Kenya (Robinson) Presents A Live Taping of ST4NKLOV3 at the Creative Capital Office
Mar 15 2017
15 Maiden Lane, 18th Floor
New York, NY
Single-payer healthcare and poppin' tags, ST4NKLOV3 is back with another edition on Thursday March 23rd from 6:30 – 8:30pm at 15 Maiden Lane, NYC. Hosted by Creative Capital and Clocktower Productions, this month's livestream episode is less romance and more finance as k(Rob), along with Doug Henwood, Leigh Kamping-Carder and Kendra Jayne Patrick, pontificate over a mash-up of rootsy protest tunes and trap music. "Bad and Boujee" served with a hearty dose of "Backlash Blues", it's a green light special, complete with a Make-It-Rain tutorial, Cocktails and a Dollar-Deal-Gift-Basket Raffle.
Doug Henwood is an American journalist, economic analyst, and financial trader who writes frequently about economic affairs. He publishes a newsletter, Left Business Observer, that analyzes economics and politics from a left-wing perspective, is co-owner and co-editor, along with Phillipa Dunne, of The Liscio Report, an independent newsletter focusing on macroeconomic analysis, and is a contributing editor at The Nation.
Leigh Kamping-Carder is the digital editor of the weekly luxury-homes section of an international daily newspaper. Follow her on Twitter: @Leigh_KC.
Kendra Jayne Patrick is an independent art dealer based in New York City. In 2013 she founded Turbulence Art Project, an online archive for her monographic essays and curatorial projects, and in 2016 she established HARRISON, an itinerant platform for her collaborations with artists. A graduate of Georgetown Law and Spelman College, she has organized recent solo shows with Doreen Garner and Eva and Franco Mattes, reviewed in The New York Times, Haaretz (Israel), Hyperallergic, and Artnet News.