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No Longer Empty is a nonprofit arts group that seeks out empty and underutilized spaces for art installations throughout New York City. It does more than transform empty storefronts into temporary exhibition space: All its projects relate to the building's history and its neighborhood.The group's holistic approach also involves community participation and discussion months before it comes up with a theme for its site-specific exhibitions.Twenty-three artists created works that responded to the history of the Beaux Arts building and its role in the neighborhood.Guest curators are invited as needed for exhibitions, all of which are free and feature local, international, emerging and established artists.Janon Rasheed was one of 22 artists in the Sugar Hill exhibition, whose project of personal and found objects reimagined where she lived until her family became homeless when she was 12 .
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