In celebration of the theatrical release of Warner Bros’ “In the Heights”.
It’s Thursday, October 1, 2020. Welcome to the weekly edition of the Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewers COVID newsletter.
It’s Friday, April 24, 2020. Ramadan Mubarak, to all those celebrating.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer today awarded grants to 12 community organizations as part of her Make Manhattan Count initiative to fund outreach efforts and encourage participation in advance of the 2020 Census.
Join uptown’s Joanna E. Castro, Executive Director, of the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NOMAA) as she talks about the 17th Uptown Arts Stroll, global travel, her fave place uptown and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
The 16th Uptown Arts Stroll continues with Inwood open studios this Saturday, June 9th from 1-6pm. Artists open their home studios to show you an intimate glimpse into their creative process.
The Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ) today announced that the organization’s longtime President and Chief Executive Officer, Kenneth J. Knuckles, will step down in June after 15 years of service to begin his retirement.
The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with NY-Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, welcomes submissions for NoMAA’s next exhibition entitled “Portraits of Community: People, Places.”
The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance(NoMAA), Fort Tryon Park Trust and NYC Parks present “Sculpture at Fort Tryon Park,” a series of temporary art installations on display July–November 2016.
Touro Graduate School of Social Work recently hosted award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo at the school’s “Arts Intervention in Social Work Practice” class.
Meet Uptown’s own, Lin-Manuel Miranda as he autographs for you an advanced copy of Hamilton The Revolution about the one time Uptown resident Alexander Hamilton at Hamilton Grange in Hamilton Heights.
In celebration of Women’s History Month The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling presents the exhibitionits new gallery space with the exhibition “Women in the Heights: Transitions” Featuring the work of thirty women artists of Uptown Manhattan.
On our 5-year anniversary of presenting site-specific art, No Longer Empty’s exhibition “If You Build It” takes root in Sugar Hill—the legendary epicenter of the Harlem Renaissance.
In celebration of the l00th anniversary of the birth of Mexican actress and diva María Félix, a muse for poets, musicians and painters, our three organizations will present two of her short films, a panel discussion and reception, as well as six of her films.
In honor of the 1 st Anniversary of the Community Matters NYC initiative: Join Community Works NYC, The Interchurch Center, NoMAA and Harlem Arts Alliance at the opening reception for two special exhibitions, featuring a guest performance by Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché.