ARTHOUSE.NYC presents The Hero Art-ProjectT, portraits to honor healthcare heroes from around the world who have lost their lives while fighting COVID-19 while selflessly saving the lives of thousands of their fellow citizens.
The Hero Art-Project pairs members of ARTHOUSE.NYC’s artistic community with family members of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers lost to COVID-19.
Our artists work with the families to create multi-media portraits of these medical heroes to celebrate their lives, sacrifices, and legacies. Each family is able to select the artist and art style that they feel most represents the spirit of their loved one and to collaborate with the artist to capture their soul.
The goal of the Hero Art-Project is to bring about love and healing throughout our global communities, and honor these heroic souls to give back with love and art. The project is close to founder Susannah Perlman’s heart as she lost her mother to COVID-19.
“We wanted to give back to the heroic communities that have been on the frontlines, hence The Hero Art Project was conceived, featuring artists from around the world,” said Susannah Perlman, ARTHOUSE.NYC curator. “This public tribute is especially poignant as many of the families were not allowed to have public funerals and the physical comfort of many of their loved ones during the lockdown. We have every type of healthcare worker represented in The Hero Art Project: doctors, nurses, PAs, NAs and EMTs. It is our hope that the art will convey the human lives and stories behind the statistics.” Perlman lost her own mother, a former healthcare worker to Covid in December 2021.
Now, we have very exciting news! The Hero Art Project, portraits of healthcare heroes will be exhibiting on the National Mall in Fall 2022.
Art House NYC/Founder Susannah Perlman
Conceived in one of the best contemporary and cutting-edge digital art galleries in New York City, ARTHOUSE.NYC is an event-producing agent devoted to all things artistic, colorful and quintessential New York.
Art House NYC specializes in creating a home for emerging artists as well as season professionals.
Susannah Perlman, founder moved to NYC to do great things. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Perlman brings a comfortable, personable approach to big city living –accessible, strategic and most importantly affordable.
Perlman has a strong background in both design (Macy’s, Ralph Lauren, Ann Taylor and Workman Books) as well theater producing (“Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad”, “The Obama Girls of Comedy”, Funny Girls on Film Festival) which has given her the skill set to effectively produce multi-faceted events.
Her expertise lies in event logistics and strategy including operations, design, marketing/PR, and production coordination.
She has managed multiple corporate event events across North America; her role included client communication, creating and implementing proposals and budgets, location scouting, securing permits from city agencies, sourcing vendors, problem-solving, as well as supervising a team of technicians, designers, and event staff to create successful experiences.
She is extremely resourceful, energetic and an excellent multitasker who thrives going the extra mile to deliver flawless results.
Photo credit: 1-2) The Hero Art Project.