Mfalme Kenyatta

Fashion – Boston

Originally from Asbury Park,NJ. I am a Visual Artist/Muralist/Fashion Designer.I have been creating artwork my entire life. Currently my PRMARY FOCUS is FASHION DESIGN. I am the definition of \"raw\" being that I have a natural ability to create artwork without any formal training. All of my Artworks are 1of1 Originals. I do not believe in mass production of artwork, once I create something one time, I move on to the next creation. My clothing line MFALME(swahili for King) currently consist of Unisex High-End 1of1 Wearable Art. All of my Fashion is Exclusive limited edition Garments. Director of Programming at the Afro-Caribbean Museum 2017 - Present CERTIFICATION 2015 –present Received Artist Certification from Boston Redevelopment Authority (now Boston Planning and Development Agency) FELLOWSHIPS Creative Entrepreneur Fellowship (Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston). Includes six-month entrepreneurial training, peer-mentoring, and a grant. Recipient, 2017 Love Your Block “Neighborhood Beautification“ wardd (City of Boston, Office of Civic Engagement) – This funded art projects throughout the Grove Hall Community of Roxbury. Public Art (Static and Interactive) 2017 – Mural – Grove Hall Library 2017 – Mural - Four Corners State of Mind at intersection of Washington and Bowdoin Streets at Four Corners in Dorchester). Mural inspired from my original painting, State of Mind. 2017 – Live painting, annual Juneteenth Celebration (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) 2016 – Resident Artist (Sustainability Guild) – Artistic landscaping, mural creation, artistic planning and program development 2016 – Selected artist – MassArt Paintbox Program (Mass Art Center for Arts and Community Partnerships)- Designed and executed two utility boxes in Grove Hall community (one in front of Grove Hall Post Office; one at corner of Blue Hill Ave. and Seaver Street – visible to thousands of commuters each day) 2014 – Artist/Creator – Planters for businesses in Upham’s Corner section of Dorchester – visible to thousands of commuters each day for Upham’s Corner Main Street Program. 2015 – Mural Restoration, Amical Cabral and Boricua mural, Upham’s Corner “T” Station 2014-15 – Received contract to restore Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative mural (138 Dudley Street, Roxbury) 2014 – Participant, Boston Arts in Motion Showcase at… Social Media IG:mfalmekenyatta1of1