“Immigrant Too,” features the work of local artists who are all from different countries. This discussion explored the overlap between being both an immigrant and an artist and was a frank and intimate conversation about the struggles and complexities of both.
An impressive array of unique and colorful artworks from 26 women artists in Washington Heights and Inwood is now on display at the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance.
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), is proud to announce the Presidential appointment of NALAC Executive Director and Board member, María López de León as a Member of National Council on the Arts.
Actor, composer, writer and NoMAA supporter Lin-Manuel Miranda reveals the story behind his Tony award-winning musical, In The Heights.
An online fundraising effort has saved Word Up Books, a community book store set up in 2011 during the Uptown Arts Stroll, with the support of NoMAA.
You are invited to join the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance in celebrating five years of cultivating, supporting, and promoting the work of artists and arts organization in Washington Heights and Inwood. Please donate to the 5th Anniversary Fund, and NoMAA will incorporate your name into the 5th Anniversary Mural.Le invitamos a unirse a la Alianza de Artes del Norte de Manhattan para celebrar cinco años de su labor de cultivar, apoyar y promover el trabajo de artistas y organizaciones de arte en Washington Heights e Inwood. Contribuya al Fondo del 5º Aniversario, y vea su nombre incorporado en el Mural del 5º Aniversario.
Actor, composer, lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda shows us why Washington Heights is the place to go for the best of New York’s history and culture.