NoMAA Newsletter – 24 May 2012

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) is pleased to announce the return of the Uptown Arts Stroll. The Stroll kicks off on Thursday, May 31, 6-8:30pm at the United Palace (Broadway at 175th St.) with a celebration designed to bring the community together in acknowledging its many accomplishments while commemorating the 10th annual Uptown Arts Stroll. … read more »

Call for Proposals: CUE Curatorial Project

This program provides one deserving curator the time and resources to realize an innovative project, with the further aim of encouraging curatorial research in tandem with exhibition planning. Deadline: Wed 30 May 2012. … read more »

Self: A Creative Competition

“Self: A Creative Competition” is an international, all-medium-encompassing open call for art and photography with the goal of uncovering the story of one artist to launch on the world stage. Artists Wanted is looking for all types of creative works in photography, painting, sculpture, drawing, performance, video, installation, design, printmaking, and more — any medium that you use to express yourself as a creative person is welcome. … read more »

Exhibition and Book Launch: Felipe Galindo’s “No Man Is a Desert Island”

NoMAA member and grant awardee Felipe Galindo presents “No Man Is a Desert Island,” an exhibition of cartoons from his newly released book of the same title. … read more »

Uptown Arts Stroll Kick-Off Celebration – 31 May

We invite you to join us for the Uptown Arts Stroll 2012 kick-off celebration, “Celebrating the Arts in Washington Heights & Inwood,” on Thursday 31 May 2012, 6–8:30 p.m., at the United Palace Theatre. … read more »

Exhibition: Abstract

Paintings by Carla Aurich and Susan Bresler, on view until 31 August 2012. … read more »

Multimedia: Malcolm on My Mind

A visual exploration of Malcolm X and his times. Art exhibit, multimedia and live performances. … read more »

Special Presentation by Batz’i Rock Band, Sak Tzevul

Please join us for a program that will showcase the unique musical message from Batz’i Rock Band, Sak Tzevul, and a conversation about spirituality and indigenous traditions in contemporary life. … read more »

Capacity Building: NYFA Individual Consultations for Visual Artists

Our professionals can provide you with expert feedback on activities such as how to develop a project, put together a portfolio, find resources, and research spaces in which to exhibit or perform. … read more »

Internship: The Laundromat Project

The Laundromat Project (The LP) is a community-based public art non-profit that brings arts programming to laundromats in the Greater New York and Philadelphia areas The LP seeks interns to help support day-to-day operations for their core programs: Create Change and Works in Progress. … read more »