POSTPONED – We All Count! ¡Todos Contamos! & The Future Is Now!

Hey NYC, we all count! Join us on a creative journey to envision and identify the diversity and needs of our community and what our neighborhood can look like when fully counted!

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE subscribe to NoMAA’s e-newsletter to hear of rescheduled dates.

March 15, 2020 7-8pm
Buunni Coffee- Inwood 4961 Broadway (207 St / Isham St) NY NY

FREE RSVP on EVENTBRITE

The Future Is Now!
Join People’s Theatre Project at the Buunni Performance Space in Inwood for a theatrical call to action for Census 2020.
Now is our chance to secure the resources and representation we deserve! Ignited by Census 2020, this new theatrical event is touring NYC’s immigrant/Latinx/POC communities to encourage each of us to stand up and be counted.

NoMAA presents art making with local artist Josefina Hernandez:
WE ALL COUNT! ¡TODOS CONTAMOS!
Hey NYC, we all count! Join us on a creative journey to envision and identify the diversity and needs of our community and what our neighborhood can look like when fully counted! Participants will pledge to make their voices count while engaging in collage and drawing. This workshop is an informative and creative way to learn about the 2020 Census and help participants understand how being counted benefits their community.
Free and for all ages!

Support provided by Make Manhattan Count Grant from Manhattan Borough President Gale A Brewer

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CENSUS 101 WORKSHOP – Make Manhattan Count

Want to learn more about the importance of the 2020 Census and/or producing a program to bring awareness?
Join us for a workshop on Census 101.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM
5030 Broadway, 6th Floor Conference room

Led by Sarah Malaika, Partnership Specialist / New York Regional Office at U.S. Census Bureau

Free. SPACE IS LIMITED – RSVP through EVENTBRITE required.

The census is much more than just a head count. It provides a picture of our nation that helps determine where to build new schools, hospitals, and businesses; how federal funding is distributed; and how congressional seats are apportioned. It also helps us see how our communities have changed over time. That’s why an accurate count is so important.

New York City must achieve a complete count in the 2020 Census. We have a creative plan to boost participation and are proud to have been awarded a Make Manhattan Count grant by Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President to put it into action.

Look for NoMAA’s open call for promotional graphics and one minute videos to encourage census participation at www.nomaanyc.org

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Halloween Serigraph Printing with Reynaldo García Pantaleón

Trick or Treat @ 5030 Broadway
NoMAA presents a free workshop / taller gratuito – Serigraph Printing Session with / con Reynaldo García Pantaleón & Students of Gregorio Luperón High School
Come trick or treat in Workspace offices. A spooky time will be had by all.
Workspace 5030 Broadway @ 214 St, 6th Floor Conference Room NYC

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FALL FEST at Sherman Shriek! Park

FALL FEST at SHERMAN SHRIEK! PARK –
NoMAA presents a free workshop: Gratitude Cards with Evelyn Suero / NoMAA presenta un taller gratuito: Tarjetas de Agradecimiento
Presented by New York Restoration Project, the afternoon will include face painting, poetry, portrait drawing, mask and puppet making, a magic show, musical performances, and more.
Sherman Creek Park, 10th Ave, Dyckman St and Harlem River Dr
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LMCC – UMEZ ARTS ENGAGEMENT info session


With support from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council – LMCC’s UMEZ Arts Engagement program provides technical support to applicants and awards of up to $10,000 to enhance the diversity and frequency of arts and cultural presentations in Upper Manhattan.

Monday, August 5, 6:30PM
Dominican Commission of Culture
541 West 145th St
Hosted in partnership with Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and Comisionado Dominicano de Cultura.
Esta sesión será en inglés y español consecutivos.
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Fundraising Fundamentals with LMCC

The LMCC 2019 Fundraising Fundamental series is hosted in Partnership with Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center and Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA)

The LMCC 2019 Fundraising Fundamental series is hosted in Partnership with Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center and Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA)
Workshops are free, but space is limited and registration is required for each workshop on a first-come, first-served basis.

Budgeting 101
Thursday, August 1, 6:00PM Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
RSVP

Grantwriting Basics for Artists
Thursday, August 15, 6:00PM at Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
RSVP

Work Samples Do’s and Don’ts
Thursday, August 29, 6:00PM at Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
RSVP

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Creative Engagement Through Art

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 6:30 – 8:30pm
Inwood Center – 5030 Broadway (@214 St) 6th floor Conference Room
RSVP REQUIRED
www.nomaanyc.eventbrite.com

A Placemaking workshop with Ambassadora’s Jana La Sorte

Get an overview of the growing field and trend of creative placemaking, which connects to the desire of artists and communities to embrace art-making in hands-on and communal ways that build stronger, functional and connected communities.

The recent UMEZ/LMCC grant opportunity related to this as do grant opportunities with the city and other funders. The workshop will largely focus on creative engagement strategies that serve you, your art, your organization and the creative and citizen community at large. Local uptown arts examples will be shared. Results of creative engagement include larger audiences; more donations and purchases; more committed supporters and funders; and energized citizens who sustain the ripple effect of involvement and fully understand the importance of local arts/artists.

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NoMAA: Sherman Shriek!

New York Restoration Project, hosts Fall Fest at Sherman Shriek! Park. October 31, 2:30 – 5PM

New York Restoration Project, hosts Fall Fest at Sherman Shriek! Park
This years’ activities include pumpkin decorating, arts and crafts, face painting, booths and stands from local organizations, and FREE cider and candy! Costumes are welcomed.

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) presents a FREE Printmaking workshop
facilitated by local artists Leslie Jimenez and Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez.
Sherman Creek Park, Intersection of Dyckman St. and 10th Ave., New York, NY, 10034.
October 31, 2:30 – 5PM

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