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

Halloween Serigraph Printing with Reynaldo García Pantaleón & Students of Gregorio Luperón High School

NoMAA presents a free workshop – Serigraph Printing Session with Reynaldo García Pantaleón
Come trick or treat in Workspace offices. A spooky time will be had by all.
Workspace 5030 Broadway @ 214 St, 6th Floor Pantry NYC

Trick or Treat @ 5030 Broadway
NoMAA presents a free workshop – Serigraph Printing Session with 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

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.

Led by Sarah Malaika, Partnership Specialist / New York Regional Office at U.S. Census Bureau
5030 Broadway @214 St – 6th Floor Conference Room

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

Open Call- Haven Plaza public art $7000 award

APPLY BELOW
Columbia University Irving Medical Center in partnership with NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance) invites artists to submit proposals that creatively address ways to cover 26 bollards (cement blocks 57”L x 30”H x 22”W) and the immediate walkways located at two entrances of Haven Plaza. The design must take into consideration the proximity to the Columbia Medical Center Nursery School as well as reflect the diversity of the uptown community.

One artist or team will be selected. Proposals should include a detailed budget that covers artist fees and materials. Total award will be $7,000 for the selected proposal. Artwork must be completed by September 26, 2019. The official unveiling of the project will take place during the Haven Plaza Health Fair on September 28. We invite the selected artist to lead an artmaking workshop.

NYC based artists are eligible to apply.
Northern Manhattan artists strongly encouraged to submit proposals.

TIMELINE

  • Deadline: September 8, 2019, midnight.
  • Notification: week of September 9, 2019.
  • Install: weeks of September 16 and 23 and fully completed by Thursday, September 26, 2019.
  • Official unveiling: September 28, 2019 Noon until 5:30pm, as part of the annual Health Fair.

FREE ONLINE APPLICATION

UMEZ Arts Engagement & Creative Engagement Information Session 2020

RSVP on Eventbrite
Information sessions are offered in locations across Manhattan for artists, groups, and non-profit organizations interested in applying to our grant programs. Sessions include a review of the guidelines and useful information to help you put your best foot forward.

This session will cover UMEZ Arts Engagement and Creative Engagement and will be held in English and Spanish consecutive.

Note about who is required to attend an information session:

  • For UMEZ Arts Engagement, first time applicants are required to attend.
  • For Creative Engagement, first-time applicants and applicants who have not attended an information session for Creative Engagement in 2016 or later are required to attend.

Hosted in partnership with Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) and Comisionado Dominicano de Cultura.

For information regarding accessibility, please contact CreativeEngagement@lmcc.net, UMAE@lmcc.net or 212-219-9401 x 119.