A new direction in music and arts programming, 7eventytwo is a space for teen-only art exhibitions, performances, film screenings and beyond. 7eventytwo provides an opportunity for teens to meet / work with professional artists, filmmakers, and fellow musicians.
7eventytwo was founded by artists Azikiwe Mohammed and Z Behl and is the brain-child of the
Church Street School for Music and Arts, a downtown family institution for the past 30 years.
Natalie Casagran Lopez
Natalie is a social worker, artist, and educator originally from Southern California. She graduated with a BFA from the Calarts’ School of Art in 2017 and has worked as a teaching artist for art institutions and organizations including the Church Street School for Music and Art, the Broad Museum, Girls Leadership, and the Independent Publishing Research Center, among others. She has toured across the country as a member of the performance trio, wetwinkie, and her writing has appeared in numerous publications. Natalie is currently working towards her MSW at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College