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NoMAA Technical Assistance Workshops 2016

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) is pleased to offer the following Technical Assistance Workshops during the Uptown Arts Stroll 2016.

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Essentials of Grant Writing

This two-hour workshop led by grant writing specialist Melissa Sandor is a rapid-fire writing session. Participants will learn how to craft a project description that can be used to develop full grant proposals and project narratives. A brief overview of proposal basics will also be covered. Handouts will be supplied for further reading.

Date: Wednesday 8 June 2016, 6–8pm
Location: YM/YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood, 54 Nagle Ave (b/w Broadway and Ellwood St), New York, NY 10040 (ADA-compliant)

Free! Space is limited. RSVP:

Activist Love Letters – Immigration and Heroes from Home!

An emphatic thank you for those who stand strong for their beliefs. This two-hour session explores the waves of immigration of different ethnic communities, from the era of the Dyckman family to families of the present day. We will learn about everyday people at the forefront of championing change, promoting tolerance and humanizing the immigration journey. In partnership with Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, “Activist Love Letters” offers a forum for everyday people to see themselves as movement builders learning to intersect with art, culture and history through letter writing and dialogue. Led by Monica O. Montgomery, Strategic Director, Museum Hue.

Date: Thursday 9 June 2016, 6–8pm
Location: Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, 4881 Broadway (at W 204th St), New York, NY 10034

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Tango for You 2

More than 100 years since its inception in the Rio de la Plata (River Plate), tango has a rich history with different eras and influences. Learn how it has become an international craze. Learn about its health benefits, too. Screening of the film “Tango” (1933, in Spanish with English subtitles) followed by an interactive lecture led by Polly Ferman, renowned pianist and cultural entrepreneur.

Date: Monday 13 June 2016, 6–8pm
Location: Isabella Geriatric Center, Larson Library, 515 Audubon (at W 190th St), New York, NY 10040 (ADA-compliant)

Free! Space is limited. RSVP: . More info: (212) 342-9539.

Photographs to Final Prints

A two-part workshop on the process of saving digital and instant film photographs, choosing the right media, Photoshop color settings and tools, and preparation of images for print. The workshop will also cover important factors that build a healthy relationship between an artist and printer when it comes to collaborating. This workshop is appropriate for emerging and mid-career artists/photographers. Led by fine art printer Tone Taghon and art photographer Fabiola Jean-Louis.

Date: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 June 2016, 6–8pm each day
Location: CLOTH Technology Center, 2113B Amsterdam Ave (at W 165th St), New York, NY 10032 (ADA-compliant)

Free! Space is limited. RSVP:

Best Practices in Marketing and Promotion

Join the artists of Uptown Arts Review as they share their processes and visions, followed by the workshop “Best practices in marketing and promotion,” where curator Andrea Arroyo will share the best art marketing tools, including online and hard-copy portfolios and other promotional materials. This workshop is appropriate for emerging and mid-career artists of all disciplines.

Date: Monday 20 June 2016, 6–8pm
Location: Rio II Gallery, 583 Riverside Drive (at W 135th St), New York, NY 10031 (ADA-compliant)

Free! Space is limited. RSVP:

Doctor’s Hours en Español

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), in partnership with the Sugar Hill Museum of Children’s Art & Storytelling and Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, is pleased to announce Doctor’s Hours in Spanish, free one-on-one consultations, developed to serve Spanish-speaking artists of all disciplines.

Date: Tuesday 28 June 2016, 6–9pm
Location: Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, 898 St. Nicholas Ave (at W 155th St), New York, NY 10032 (ADA-compliant)

Free! Space is limited. RSVP:

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