In the New York Times…..

….. ‘The annual Uptown Arts Stroll, scheduled this year for the month of June, takes in the area from West 135th to West 220th Streets and includes art exhibitions, performances, concerts and literary readings. “It’s … read more »

Unity in Progress Mural in Seventeen Magazine

Congratulations to Meliza Cepeda of Inwood Academy for Leadership for the Seventeen Magazine article about her Unity in Progress mural design. … read more »

Miranda Spencer Wins the 2018 Uptown Arts Stroll Poster Contest

Miranda Spencer, born and raised in Inwood, and currently an undergraduate student at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom, has won the 2018 Uptown Arts Stroll poster contest. Ms. Spencer’s submission depicted the waterways … read more »

Serving Healthful Art

Serving Healthful Art at NY Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital. Guest curated by Henone Girma. Featuring the work of Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Ansel Oommen, Stephanie Lindquist and Alexis Agliano Sanborn. On view until June 30, 2018. … read more »

Call for Artists – 2018 Uptown Arts Stroll

Calling Uptown Artists and venues (organizations, businesses, etc.) to participate in the 16th Annual Uptown Arts Stroll June 2018. … read more »

Women in the Heights: Resistance

Women in the Heights: Resistance Curated by Andrea Arroyo. On view March 8-28. Artist Talk and Workshop March 28. … read more »

Open Call for Women in the Heights: Resistance

Women in the Heights - Resistance

Open Call: Free online application for Women in the Heights: Resistance, DEADLINE February 11 … read more »

Open Call for Serving Healthful Art

Serving Healthful Art

Open Call: Free online application for Serving Healthful Art, $400 award, DEADLINE February 16 … read more »

2018 Uptown Arts Stroll Poster Contest

2018 Uptown Arts Stroll Poster Contest, CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR WEST HARLEM, WASHINGTON HEIGHTS & INWOOD ARTISTS, $1,000 honorarium Grand Prize, Deadline February 20, 2018 … read more »

Technical Assistance Institute Fall 2017

NoMAA is proud to showcase and celebrate innovative, community-led arts initiatives that are working to expand arts and culture capacity and equity through cross-sector collaboration and inclusive community engagement. … read more »