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Inwood Art Works Returns! with “My Neighbor, the Artist” Pop-up Art Exhibition

Inwood Art Works is proud to continue the creative momentum of Culture Hub with the return of our pop-up gallery through the end of 2018! Begining November 1, Inwood Art Works presents My Neighbor, the Artist – a pop-up art exhibition that celebrates and showcases the diverse work of Inwood-based artists and provides access and exposure to professional art in the Inwood community  This curated exhibition will run November 1-25 and feature the work of Nadema AgardNoah Baumwell, Shane Bullock, Elissa Gore, Jeff Hoppa, Eva Nikolova, Dario Olega and more!

On exhibition directly following will be What the World Needs Now from November 30 – December 23.  What if artists were in a place to make the major decisions for society?  With this group exhibition and fundraising auction, Inwood Art Works gives the power to our neighborhood artists to contribute their take on what they believe would make our local and global community a better place.  Artists interested in participating can download an entry form here.

In addition to, and during, the exhibitions, Inwood Art Works will also be presenting live music, workshops, and community events.  An announcement of the full programming calendar is forthcoming at www.inwoodartworks.nyc.

In a neighborhood bereft of art galleries, Inwood Art Works attracted 2500 people to its first pop-up gallery exhibition in the fall of 2017.  The return of the Inwood Art Works Gallery in 2018 continues our service to local artists, expands public access to professional visual arts in Northern Manhattan, and presents as diverse an array of art as the community it serves.

Pied Piper Children’s Theater: “Our Town” at Holy Trinity

“Our Town” by Thornton Wilder is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. Directed by Leslie Kincaid Burby and performed by the teens of The PPCT a youth theatre program under the auspices of Holy Trinity Church Inwood.  Performances: Fridays, October 26 & November 2 at 7PM
Saturdays, October 27 & November 3 at 3PM & 7PM
Sundays, October 28 & November 4 at 4PM.  Online Tickets $20.03 (includes service fees) ourtownppct.brownpapertickets.com

For groups of 5 or more call (212) 567-1177 for discounted rates
Tickets at the door $25 (cash or check only)at

https://www.facebook.com/events/321206641792766/

NoMAA’s Technical Assistance Institute 2018: Arts, Community and Equity Professional Development & Networking for the Creative and Civic-Minded

Suggested Admission: $25 in advance / $35 at the door (Breakfast and lunch provided) RSVP.  Keynote: Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Program Officer, Creativity and Free Expression – Ford Foundation
Moderator: Alicia Grullón, Coordinator: Charlie Vázquez, Social Media Partner: Museum Hue

Panels:

  • Technology: Bridges to New Engagement with Marco Castro Cosio, Lisa Daniell, Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez and Monica O. Montgomery
  • Women on the Frontlines with Blanka Amezkua, Minerva Diaz, Juanita Lanzo and Yelaine Rodriguez
  • Gentrification and Cultural Preservation with Tomie Arai, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Edwin Pagan and Adrián “Viajero” Román
  • The Arts as Healing Practices with Nancy Bruning, Dominic Dupont, Marcus Smalls and Curtis D. Young

Pied Piper Children’s Theater: “Our Town” at Holy Trinity

“Our Town” by Thornton Wilder is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. Directed by Leslie Kincaid Burby and performed by the teens of The PPCT a youth theatre program under the auspices of Holy Trinity Church Inwood.  Performances: Fridays, October 26 & November 2 at 7PM
Saturdays, October 27 & November 3 at 3PM & 7PM
Sundays, October 28 & November 4 at 4PM.  Online Tickets $20.03 (includes service fees) ourtownppct.brownpapertickets.com

For groups of 5 or more call (212) 567-1177 for discounted rates
Tickets at the door $25 (cash or check only)at

https://www.facebook.com/events/321206641792766/

Inwood Art Works Returns! with “My Neighbor, the Artist” Pop-up Art Exhibition

Inwood Art Works is proud to continue the creative momentum of Culture Hub with the return of our pop-up gallery through the end of 2018! Begining November 1, Inwood Art Works presents My Neighbor, the Artist – a pop-up art exhibition that celebrates and showcases the diverse work of Inwood-based artists and provides access and exposure to professional art in the Inwood community  This curated exhibition will run November 1-25 and feature the work of Nadema AgardNoah Baumwell, Shane Bullock, Elissa Gore, Jeff Hoppa, Eva Nikolova, Dario Olega and more!

On exhibition directly following will be What the World Needs Now from November 30 – December 23.  What if artists were in a place to make the major decisions for society?  With this group exhibition and fundraising auction, Inwood Art Works gives the power to our neighborhood artists to contribute their take on what they believe would make our local and global community a better place.  Artists interested in participating can download an entry form here.

In addition to, and during, the exhibitions, Inwood Art Works will also be presenting live music, workshops, and community events.  An announcement of the full programming calendar is forthcoming at www.inwoodartworks.nyc.

In a neighborhood bereft of art galleries, Inwood Art Works attracted 2500 people to its first pop-up gallery exhibition in the fall of 2017.  The return of the Inwood Art Works Gallery in 2018 continues our service to local artists, expands public access to professional visual arts in Northern Manhattan, and presents as diverse an array of art as the community it serves.