NoMAA’s #StayHomeOpenStudios with Laurence Elle Groux

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

UPCOMING ARTISTS
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Support also from the ManhattanTimes

NoMAA’s #StayHomeOpenStudios with Rafaela Luna

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

This event is supported by the Martinez Gallery and West Harlem Development Corporation.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

#StayHomeOpenStudios with cornerstone STUDIOS

cornerstone STUDIOS is an independent 501(c)(3) organization established in 2015 to create affordable studio space for emerging and career visual artists, especially those living in the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods of northern NYC.​

https://cornerstonestudios.nyc/
NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

UPCOMING ARTISTS
July 23 – Laurence Elle Groux
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

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This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

This edition of #StayHomeOpenStudios is also made possible, in part, by United Palace

NoMAA’s #StayHomeOpenStudios with Emmanuel Abreu

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.
Open Studios are a much anticipated part of the Uptown Arts Stroll. NoMAA is continuing that tradition with our series of virtual tours.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

RSVP on Eventbrite to get a reminder to join us live on Zoom https://nomaanyc.eventbrite.com

Emmanuel Abreu is a New York City based photographer who has been collaborating with his Uptown community of Washington Heights/Inwood since the start of his career. His images tend to capture the raw joy in almost any situation, and this is why his work led him to become a professional wedding photographer. His travel photography focuses on landscape, street, and sometimes portraiture, just like in his neighborhood. Some of his work has been featured on media outlets like the local Manhattan Times, New York Times, and Local Blogs, as well as sites like HuffPost and Gothamist. He hopes to continue capturing the love and beauty of his community for years to come.

Instagram: @eabreuvisuals
Website: www.eabreuvisuals.com

UPCOMING ARTISTS
July 9 – Rosa Naparstek
July 16 – Cornerstone Studios
July 23 – Laurence Elle Groux
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

This edition of #StayHomeOpenStudios is also made possible by CHOCnyc

Support provided by NYC Department of Small Business Services

#StayHomeOpenStudios with Rosa Naparstek

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.
Open Studios are a much anticipated part of the Uptown Arts Stroll. NoMAA is continuing that tradition with our series of virtual tours.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

RSVP on Eventbrite to get a reminder to join us live on Zoom https://nomaanyc.eventbrite.com

UPCOMING ARTISTS
July 9 – Rosa Naparstek
July 16 – Cornerstone Studios
July 23 – Laurence Elle Groux
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

This edition of #StayHomeOpenStudios is also made possible by The Armory Foundation

Support provided by NYC Department of Small Business Services

NoMAA PRESENTS: Writing About Your Art Today

RSVP required. Please upload one example of your work (visual, performance or text) with your application.

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

NYC DCA

#StayHomeOpenStudios with Michelle Asarch

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.
Open Studios are a much anticipated part of the Uptown Arts Stroll. NoMAA is continuing that tradition with our series of virtual tours.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

Michelle Asarch is an artist and art educator from Long Island, NY residing in Washington Heights. Drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, and photography are jut some of the mediums that Michelle focuses on in her own art practice but her recent area of focus has been figure studies with exaggerated contrast and lighting. Her artwork has been featured in the “Rise and Shine,” and “We Art Educators” 2017 and 2018 galleries in Harlem. She currently is the sole art teacher of an Elementary charter school in Mott Haven, fostering creativity and inspiration for young students.

UPCOMING ARTISTS
June 25 – Liz Ritter
July 2 – Emmanuel Abreu
July 9 – Rosa Naparstek
July 16 – Cornerstone Studios
July 23 – Laurence Elle Groux
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

This edition of #StayHomeOpenStudios is also made possible by Inwood Animal Clinic

Support provided by NYC Department of Small Business Services

#StayHomeOpenStudios with Josefina Hernandez

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm.
Open Studios are a much anticipated part of the Uptown Arts Stroll. NoMAA is continuing that tradition with our series of virtual tours.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

Josefina Hernandez
Josefina Hernandez is a Colombian artist and illustrator based in New York City. She obtained her Honours Bachelors of Arts with high distinction from the University of Toronto in 2012. Josefina’s practice consists of paper cut works that are meticulously carved with an x-acto knife. Largely inspired by nature’s sinuous and organic forms, Josefina explores belonging and the relationship between us and the spaces we inhabit. She has taken part in a number of group shows in Toronto and New York. Her paper cut art was included in the 2019 Spring Edition of the UC Review as well as Issue No. 2 of Invisibilities Zine in Toronto, Canada. See www.josefinahernandez.com for more.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/josefinahernandezart/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josefinahernandezart/

UPCOMING ARTISTS
June 18 – Michelle Asarch
June 25 – Liz Ritter
July 2 – Emmanuel Abreu
July 9 – Rosa Naparstek
July 16 – Cornerstone Studios
July 23 – Laurence Elle Groux
July 30 – Rafaela Luna

Census Coloring Contest – KIDS COUNT edition

#NoMAA2020Census Coloring Contest – KIDS COUNT edition
Deadline: June 20 / $50 grand Prize

NoMAA calls kids (preschool to high school) to show what
makes your community unique, and what your dreams are for the future.
Census=Funding
Remember- ALL KIDS should be counted in the census.

And the winner is… Omotola, Age 8 for “A Night in Summer”

TO ENTER:
– Download the image (right click or ctrl + click and “save image as”)
– Color in digitally or print out and collage or color
– Post to Instagram and/or Facebook with FIRST NAME and AGE of the artist, and tag NoMAA
– Use #NoMAA2020Census (so we can find it)

#MakeManhattanCount is supported by the office of Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President
drawing by Josefina Hernandez

DID YOU COMPLETE THE CENSUS?
You can do it NOW – HERE

See the response rate in your area HERE

#StayHomeOpenStudios with Garry Grant

Open Studios are a much anticipated part of the Uptown Arts Stroll. NoMAA is continuing that tradition with our series of virtual tours.

Join NoMAA live on Zoom each Thursday at 7:30pm at this link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92784165292?pwd=c3dTbEwxenhOaFJKS09mQXczUkYwdz09

Watch on Facebook Live

Watch archived talks on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel
https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

Garry Grant
My abstract paintings are inspired by world affairs, the evolution of our culture, society’s idolization of material wealth, and human relationships, including the relationship that we have with ourselves. In addition, I often contemplate the sustainability of our planet, the consequences of our behavior on nature, and the importance of music in nurturing our souls.
https://www.garrygrantstudio.com/

UPCOMING ARTISTS
June 4 – Cathy O’Keefe
June 11 – Josefina Hernandez
June 18 – Michelle Asarch
June 25 – Liz Ritter
July 2 – Emmanuel Abreu
July 9 – Rosa Naparstek

Sponsored in part by the Juan Pablo Duarte Foundation
Support from the West Harlem Development Corporation
Support from Council Member Mark Levine
NYC DCA
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.