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Artist Talk/Workshop for “Women in the Heights–Creating for Change” at Rio II Gallery

Artist talk, workshop & closing of the exhibition. Join the artists as they share their processes and visions, followed by the workshop “How to use your art to create change,” led by curator Andrea Arroyo. This session is appropriate for emerging and mid-career artists of all disciplines.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance) in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling presents Women in the Heights – Creating for Change. Presenting the works of: Nadema Agard Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Yael Ben-Zion, Leenda Bonilla, Susan Bresler, Lyndell Brookhouse-Gil, Cathleen Campbell, Lisbeth Checo, Rose Deler, Julann Gebbie, Wilhelmina Obatola Grant, Beth Green, C’naan Hamburger, Selina Hernandez, Josefina Hernandez, Jeanne F. Jalandoni, Julia Justo, Andrea Kornbluth, Lilia Levin, Alison Loeb, Elizabeth Lorris Ritter, Luciana Maiorana, Hye-Ryoung Min, Patricia Miranda, Rosa Naparstek, Nancy Rakoczy, Marcie Revens, Diana Schmertz, Elizabeth Starcevic, Yasuyo Tanaka and Joana Toro.

“Women in the Heights–Creating for Change” Exhibition at Rio II Gallery

In celebration of Women’s History Month, NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, presents Women in the Heights–Creating for Change. Curated by Andrea Arroyo. Presenting the works of: Nadema Agard Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Yael Ben-Zion, Leenda Bonilla, Susan Bresler, Lyndell Brookhouse-Gil, Cathleen Campbell, Lisbeth Checo, Rose Deler, Julann Gebbie, Wilhelmina Obatola Grant, Beth Green, C’naan Hamburger, Selina Hernandez, Josefina Hernandez, Jeanne F. Jalandoni, Julia Justo, Andrea Kornbluth, Lilia Levin, Alison Loeb, Elizabeth Lorris Ritter, Luciana Maiorana, Hye-Ryoung Min, Patricia Miranda, Rosa Naparstek, Nancy Rakoczy, Marcie Revens, Diana Schmertz, Elizabeth Starcevic, Yasuyo Tanaka and Joana Toro.

Opening: March 8, 6:30pm

Artist Talk/Workshop & Closing March 29, 6:30pm. Join the artists as they share their processes and visions followed by the workshop: How to use your art to create change” led by curator Andrea Arroyo. This session is appropriate for emerging and mid-career artists of all disciplines.

Art Exhibition at Café Buunni: Gabriel Vicéns, Paintings

Through March 31. Gabriel Vicéns is a jazz musician and painter from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico based in New York City. He earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Jazz Studies and is one of the most respected figures in the jazz scene. Vicéns is interested in producing art influenced by his inspirations in Abstract Expressionism, Lyrical Abstraction and COBRA, turning out exciting contemporary works that are unique to him.

“Painting and drawing have always been a part of my life and another way of expressing myself. I feel that what I can’t say with music, I say in my paintings. I practice the art of improvisation in my works, creating figures that are related to each other by space and movement and then carefully choosing colors to create emotional and thoughtful compositions. I really don’t know what’s going to happen until the end of a painting. For me, it’s always a mystery, and that’s the way I like it.”

“Women in the Heights–Creating for Change” Exhibition at Rio II Gallery

In celebration of Women’s History Month, NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, presents Women in the Heights–Creating for Change. Curated by Andrea Arroyo. Presenting the works of: Nadema Agard Winyan Luta/Red Woman, Yael Ben-Zion, Leenda Bonilla, Susan Bresler, Lyndell Brookhouse-Gil, Cathleen Campbell, Lisbeth Checo, Rose Deler, Julann Gebbie, Wilhelmina Obatola Grant, Beth Green, C’naan Hamburger, Selina Hernandez, Josefina Hernandez, Jeanne F. Jalandoni, Julia Justo, Andrea Kornbluth, Lilia Levin, Alison Loeb, Elizabeth Lorris Ritter, Luciana Maiorana, Hye-Ryoung Min, Patricia Miranda, Rosa Naparstek, Nancy Rakoczy, Marcie Revens, Diana Schmertz, Elizabeth Starcevic, Yasuyo Tanaka and Joana Toro.

Opening: March 8, 6:30pm

Artist Talk/Workshop & Closing March 29, 6:30pm. Join the artists as they share their processes and visions followed by the workshop: How to use your art to create change” led by curator Andrea Arroyo. This session is appropriate for emerging and mid-career artists of all disciplines.

Art Exhibition at Café Buunni: Gabriel Vicéns, Paintings

Through March 31. Gabriel Vicéns is a jazz musician and painter from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico based in New York City. He earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Jazz Studies and is one of the most respected figures in the jazz scene. Vicéns is interested in producing art influenced by his inspirations in Abstract Expressionism, Lyrical Abstraction and COBRA, turning out exciting contemporary works that are unique to him.

“Painting and drawing have always been a part of my life and another way of expressing myself. I feel that what I can’t say with music, I say in my paintings. I practice the art of improvisation in my works, creating figures that are related to each other by space and movement and then carefully choosing colors to create emotional and thoughtful compositions. I really don’t know what’s going to happen until the end of a painting. For me, it’s always a mystery, and that’s the way I like it.”