Harlem Week Features Multi-Racial & International Models Casting Call
International and Multi-Cultural Models Casting Call featured by Harlem Week
A MODEL CASTING CALL FOR THE
2011 HARLEM WEEK FESTIVAL IS BEING HELD IN
JUNE FOR MULTI-RACIAL AND INTERNATIONAL MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF ALL AGES TO
PARTICPATE IN FEATURED FASHION SHOWS.
The June 2011 Harlem Week Festival is once again seeking multi-racial and international men, women and children of all ages to participate in featured fashion shows. One of the most
anticipated and heavily attended summer festivals in the Northeast is here
again. HARLEM WEEK celebrates its 37thAnniversary
with events from July 31st through August 30th, making it what some call
“the world’s longest week.” The fashion shows featured during HARLEM
WEEK are some of the highlights featured in the
“Great Day of Harlem,” “Elders Jubilee”, “Uptown
Saturday Night”, and “Harlem Day” events. The Model Casting
Calls will be held in two sessions for adults and youth models. Men and Women (ages 18 and over) of all sizes, can audition for the show on Wednesday, June 1st and Wednesday, June 8th from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Children (ages 5 years to 17) of all sizes, can audition on Wednesday, June 22nd and Wednesday, June 29th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
casting calls will take place at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building
located at 125th Street
and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
All models must bring head shots, and comp cards. PHOTO ID is a must for building
entry. For info: call 212-862-8477 Ext. 227 or register online at
include the NYC Economic Development
Conference Indoor & Outdoor Expo. The NYC Sr. Citizens Day Expo , Summer In The City and the Uptown Saturday Night Concert, for Children’s Festival, HARLEM DAY with 5 stages of entertainment,
fashion shows, The Upper Manhattan Auto Show,
NYC Health Village and The Percy E. Sutton Harlem 5k Run and NYC Family Health
HARLEM WEEK now thirty
seven-years old (1974) is very simple. It began as HARLEM DAY, a one day
tribute that was so astonishing and unexpectedly successful that more days were
needed to showcase the community’s rich economic, political and cultural
history, to say nothing of the current ever increasing artistic talent in Harlem. HARLEM WEEK was
a day of encouragement and fellowship for New Yorkers in general, Harlemites
in particular, many of whom had struggled for some years to see a positive
future for Urban America.
WEEK 2011 promises to be bigger and better than ever with something for
everyone. For a full listing of the HARLEM
WEEK Calendar of Events with all locations, times, etc. log onto www.HARLEMWEEK.com or call
212-862-8477. HARLEM WEEK can also be followed on Twitter @ HARLEMWEEK and via
the HARLEM WEEK Face book page.