Category: My Work in the Arts
RT @HyattsvilleMD: Join us for the “Arts & Ales” Festival on Sat. Sept 22, 12-6PM in the City’s Gateway Arts District. With over 100 artist exhibits, local breweries, food trucks, and live entertainment, it’s an event you don’t want to miss! For more info, please visit http://bit.ly/2QgmwnN
Join us for the "Arts & Ales" Festival on Sat. Sept 22, 12-6PM in the City's Gateway Arts District. With over 100 artist exhibits, local breweries, food trucks, and live entertainment, it's an event you don't want to miss! For more info, please visit t.co/knEM8wkwCe
— City of Hyattsville (@HyattsvilleMD) August 31, 2018
I wear many hats: Artistically, you may know me as a graphic designer, painter and artist. As I’ve grown, I’ve honed my interests and work as a community organizer with the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation and I study City and Regional Planning at Morgan State University, focusing on Urban Design and Economic Development.
As such, I am eager to get better involved by volunteering, giving, and familiarizing myself with community development organizations and urban planning firms within the City of Baltimore. I’m open to projects like:
- Community Profiling and Scoping Neighborhood Plans
- Framing branding statements, promotional text and fliers
- Database development to help list local resources
- Research and write historical narratives
- Site visit and tour neighborhoods
- Sit on committees and offer insights
I am also on-the-job-hunt! Please contact me if you know of an opportunity that may interest me.
— Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) May 31, 2018
I am active in my community on three fronts: volunteering, financial donations, and employed engagement. I give yearly or monthly to the following organizations. They typically fit into these categories: city and regional planning, Judaism, African-American studies, the arts and humanities, and health and wellness. For an additional list of companies, influencers and associations that grab my interest, browse my Twitter Lists.
now online on Academia.edu. I wish my backup hard drive hadn’t died after I graduated undergrad! I’ll have to scan my old folders of printed work to see what I can find and digitize.My graduate work is
— Justin Orlando Fair (@Soulstrong) April 19, 2018