Subject: Call to Artists: Arsenal Gallery Exhibition of Migration
Deadline:Sunday, November 23, 2014
Call To Artists
NYC Parks’ Ebony Society invites you to submit your work for the exhibition Migration in the Arsenal Gallery in celebration of Black History Month.
In the midst of tremendous upheaval—two world wars and the Great Depression—a vast movement of people, some 6 million African American descendants of the Antebellum…
Added by Rosa Naparstek on October 31, 2014 at 10:02am — No Comments
Artists Unite installs @ 4 exhibits a year at this venue. Please join us this coming Tuesday for a very interesting show and also let me know if you are interested in exhibiting at this large, light filled space*. And, for those of you who have exhibited, please come and show your support. Thank you, Rosa, director Artists Unite
*(Due to our grant program, you must reside in Washington Heights/Inwood to exhibit).…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on September 3, 2014 at 1:48pm — No Comments
Please join Artists Unite for this Opening: May, Thursday 15.5:30-7:30 PM
Also, Part of the Uptown Arts Stroll: June 2-June 30. This exhibit at Berkshire Bank will definitely extend the boundary of what most bank clients understand as art.
David is a mixed media artist, using whatever material he can find to express an idea or feeling. His work is bold, colorful, immediate and as easily inspired by a cartoon,…
Added by Rosa Naparstek on May 11, 2014 at 8:59pm — No Comments
A call to all uptown artists: Help us kick-off Uptown Arts Stroll 2014!Continue
Dear Friends, I am attaching a link to a utube video/interview http://youtu.be/r3irX1CbI-o of my last year's exhibit at the Brecht Forum: "Face To Face: Occupy Myself & The Politics of Presence." See the flyer below.
Since I was a child, I have always wanted to know "the source of evil" and explore this in the video.
As a long time admirer of Hannah Arendt, I was happy to see that the recent movie Hannah…Continue
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Hi...I was so busy installing the Marc Solomon "Points of Departure:Paintings of Fort Tryon Park" at the Berkshire Bank last week for Artists Unite 187th. Street Gallery Project (See Events Listing...show on till November 30) that I forgot to list the NoMAA Immigrant Too exhibit in which I have a piece that I want to share.
First, I'll post the piece and then the NoMAA exhibit Info. The opening reception was last week and the exhibit will run through…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on October 15, 2013 at 8:28am — No Comments
Hello Again, I am aware that this may be redundant...however, this information doesn't come up every time I log in, so,
just to be sure....here it is again. See below for past winning work. Thank you. rosa for Artists Unite
Due to the June Uptown Arts Stroll schedule,
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GERMINATE: New Beginnings
A WCA NY Chapter…Continue
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Hello Everyone, listed below is an art opening-TODAY-at Boricua College...not much notice, however I have, after many decades found that last minute often works as well as the appropriate "due notice". I have one piece in this exhibit (see image below). I submitted two, and interestingly enough, although both were accepted, one was "censored" by the college. I am posting the one accepted. Censorship is a form of secrecy by the powers that be.
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Hello Everyone...it's that time again, our fourth call for Washington Heights/Inwood artists to submit work for the Subway Elevator Poster Project. Please see the information below and go to "opportunities" on the home page for specific guidelines. This project is unique to our community and a wonderful opportunity for your work to be seen.
For those not in NYC, MTA stands for Metropolitan Transit Authority, our subway system. One of these days I will write the long, colorful history…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on May 6, 2013 at 10:50am — No Comments
Hi...Please check out the Manhattan Times article on the Artists Unite Group Show, "Landscape: Three Views".
It was very well attended and as always, great food.
For those of you in the 'hood, stop by, the show will be up through March.
Feel free to go throughout the space. The management will be happy to accommodate you.
Hello, this was a fabulous even (co-sponsored by Artists Unite)__a community coming out to mourn the demise of an icon in the 'hood. Please check out the video's of the New Orleans style funeral procession. And, Honda has now said it will be posting one of the videos of the funeral world wide and sending condolences and flowers. thank you....rosa
From Harry, (Artists Unite member/owner of Bluey)
As you may remember, I sent out an email last week announcing the…
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“Bluey,” Inwood Icon, Laid to Rest at Age 31
“Bluey,” a 1982 Honda Civic, will be laid to rest on July 31, 2012, following a ceremony in upper Manhattan, NY. Bluey—so named by the young son of Mr. Ettling’s downstairs neighbors—was lovingly owned and driven for 30 years by Harry Ettling, a jazz musician and long-time Inwood resident.
‘Born’ in the fall of 1981, Bluey was purchased new by Mr. Ettling’s girlfriend at the time, Ms. Lucy Smith, originally of…Continue
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OK. still a novice, or is it the site that's not alright? Here is the Postcard referenced in the "blog" below. And another chance to say Hello. See what I mean about "compulsive "rhyming? Repulsive? Will this mean I won't be taken as seriously by a gallery? It maybe true, thank you.rosa…Continue
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Dear Friends, As an artist, lawyer, and political activist, I have been working to integrate knowing/feeling and the personal/political. Much of my work explores childhood memories and how unacknowledged emotions shape and distort our world. This exhibit, Opening next week (Thursday, July 12 @5:30 PM) emerged from my poem and work Face to Face: Occupy Myself published in the Manhattan Times last January (also posted here). There will be a Closing Party, Tuesday, July 31, 7-9 PM featuring The…Continue
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The Hoodudes w/ Harry Ettling on guitar, Tim Harrison on piano, Steve Alcott on bass, Grisha Alexiev on drums and Diana Herold on percussion. A great opportunity to hear a great band in a great venue with 3 of the musicians actually from our 'hood, although the Hoodudes actually reference Voodoo and New Orleans music. …Continue
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Hi...Opening tonight...catch this @ 155th. & Broadway, then up to the Opening of the Uptown Arts Stroll @ United Palace Theater at 175th. St. and Broadway. I have three pieces in the show below...I'll post two, and for the third, well,
I have to leave some mystery. thank you. rosa (oh, titles: #1: HatBox: Minnie Gets A Mouth, 2. The Conversation)…
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Hi...see this show first, @ Boricua College @ 156th. St. & Broadway, then up 20 block to the Opening Reception of the UPTOWN Arts Stroll @ the United Palace Theater @ 175 St. & Broadway. I have three pieces in the show, two seen below, the third, well, I have to maintain some mystery. ( Oh, the titles of the pieces are 1. HatBox: Minnie Gets A Mouth, 2. The Conversation and the Unseen third: Barbie Pregnant.)…Continue
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