Category: Artist Talks
Please join the artists of “Women in the Heights – Transitions” as they share their processes and visions, followed by “Ask a Professional” where curator Andrea Arroyo will address questions on career development, professional practices and available artists’ opportunities. Date: 23 March 2016.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, NoMAA, in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, presents the exhibition “Women in the Heights – Transitions,” featuring the work of thirty women artists of Uptown Manhattan. Dates: 4–29 March 2016. Opening reception: 4 March 2016.
NoMAA is pleased to invite you to Selfless Selfies, a black & white exhibit by uptown photographers, narrating stories about our communities. Dates: 16 October – 19 November 2014. Opening reception: 16 October. Artist talk: 28 October.
NoMAA is pleased to invite you to “La Caída de Rafael Trujillo” by Carmen Rivera, a play about the events that led to the implosion of a ruthless dictatorship. Date: 22 October 2014.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, NoMAA presents Women in the Heights – Reflections on Creating, an exhibition displaying works by 25 women artists residing in Washington Heights, Inwood, El Barrio and Harlem. Dates: 5 March – 9 April 2014. Opening reception: 5 March. Artist talk: 19 March.
The current show at Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), “Immigrant Too,” features the work of local artists who are all from different countries. This past Thurs., Oct. 31st, a discussion explored the overlap between being both an immigrant and an artist. Led by curator Gabriel de Guzmán, it was a frank and intimate conversation about the struggles and complexities of both.
Food and conversation with interactive theatrical reading. “I Am New York: Juan Rodriguez” imagines the story of a free man of mixed-race origin from Hispaniola who, in 1613, became the first “immigrant” of NYC. Date: Wednesday 13 November 2013.
Quintet of the Americas, a woodwind quintet that champions music from Latin America, will be joined by world-renowned bandoneonist Daniel Binelli and tango master pianist Polly Ferman for a program of music that spans the history of tango from the habanera to Piazzolla and the modern tango. Date: 21 November 2013.
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NoMAA programs are made possible thanks to the support of:
ATAX ⁞ Broadway Housing Communities ⁞ Columbia University Medical Center ⁞ ConEdison ⁞ El Diario ⁞ Harlem Community Development Corporation ⁞ HeightSites ⁞ Hispanic Federation ⁞ Manhattan Community Board 9 ⁞ Manhattan Community Board 12 ⁞ Manhattan Times ⁞ Moët Hennessy, USA ⁞ New York City Department of Cultural Affairs ⁞ New York City Department of Parks and Recreation ⁞ New York–Presbyterian Hospital ⁞ Office of Council Member Mark Levine ⁞ Office of Council Member Ydanis Rodríguez ⁞ Rio Gallery ⁞ Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling ⁞ The Uptown Collective ⁞ United Palace of Cultural Arts Inc. ⁞ Washington Heights BID ⁞ WorkSpace Offices and Studios
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