Women Create A Conversation with Women Artists of Northern Manhattan
Sunday, March 28, 2-5pm
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and Harlem Arts Alliance have teamed up to present a panel discussion featuring women artists from the communities of Harlem, Washington Heights & Inwood. Join us for an afternoon of art and conversation with a diverse group of artists sharing their artwork, community, and inspiration.
Alejandra Barahona, Aleathia Brown, Vickie Fremont, Beatrice Lebreton, Dindga McCannon, Diana Schmertz
Moderated by Andrea Arroyo
Dwyer Cultural Center, 258 St. Nicholas Avenue (at 123rd Street )
This event is presented by Harlem Arts Alliance and the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance under the Shared Spaces Initiative with support from Community Works, Dwyer Cultural Center and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation.
NoMAA’s mission is to cultivate, support and promote the works of artists and arts organizations in Northern Manhattan . NoMAA’s programs include the Regrant Program, Technical Assistance Institute, NoMAA Website, NoMAA E-Newsletter, Uptown Arts Stroll, First Thursdays Arts and Business Stroll, and the NoMAA Artists’ Salon. NoMAA programs and services are possible thanks to the support of: Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ), JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Tides Foundation – advised by Lambent Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), NY Community Trust, the Office of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer – NYC & Co. Foundation, Moët Hennessy USA, Inc., PA Associates, Malinsky Family Charitable Trust, Union Square Awards, Columbia University Medical Center – Office of Government and Community Affairs, NY Presbyterian Hospital, F.B. Heron Foundation, Councilmember Robert Jackson, State Senator Eric Schneiderman, and local businesses and artists.
Harlem Arts Alliance: The Harlem Arts Alliance nurtures the artistic growth and organizational development of artists and arts organizations in Harlem and surrounding areas, and serves as a strong advocate for the health and vitality of the Harlem cultural community. HAA provides the Harlem Community with a wide range of critical programs and services supported by: Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation, New York State Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, New York Community Trust, Booth Ferris Foundation, Council Member Inez Dickens. The Harlem Arts Alliance is a proud member of the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce