Artists Unite is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality arts programming and to helping artists of all genres collaborate on projects. This is its Member Network.
Hello Everyone, yes, I still exist although way behind the veil and still director of Artists Unite. Apologies for being so invisible. I check in on all of us all of the time and things seem to be running well providing a site for diverse art forms and artists from around our world. As always you can contact me by writing firstname.lastname@example.org. When we first began, this site served as a website for those who did not yet have their own. Now, of course, many of you do. Still. this serves as…Continue
So much has happened since my last post. I've been awarded two artist residencies from LMCC--in their Su-Casa program, working with seniors. The first, in 2016, I conducted workshops in two Senior Centers, one in Washington Heights, and the other in Harlem. These were called "Stretch & Sketch" and incorporated gentle stretching movements with simple sketches of the human body, using each other as models. These culminated in exhibits and receptions included in the Uptown Art Stroll for…Continue
A.I.R. Brooklyn January 4-February 4
Don't miss this important timely exhibit, which has been timely for much too long in our history, our lives. Thank you, Rosa…Continue
Artists Unite is celebrating it's decades long (in the making) poster project. This is our 9th year of posters in the elevator, although the process and project effort began in 2001.
Please join us for a three day event featuring an exhibit of the 40 Posters that have been displayed, and a group show of the participating artists. In addition there will be a video of the project's history, a "viewing" of the foot high…Continue
Subiré al álbum mas escritos, poemas, cuentos reales, algunos surrealistas, un ensayo con mi filosofía y por último " un poeta sobre mi mesa ", éste lo comencé a escribir en el Forense Municipal, una " amiga " me pidió que le acompañara a una de sus clases de medicina, me llevé una bata blanca y me hice pasar por estudiante, una experiencia más.
Era en la calle Uruguayana de Montevideo, me acuerdo que cuando subí al ómnibus la gente se apartaba de mi, no por mi aspecto, mas bien por el…