Spring Fund Drive
Matching Gift Challenge
This thermometer measures our goal for the full fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2017. Please help us get to 100% by donating today!
Our Anonymous Donor is back!
Can you help raise $20,000 by June 30 in order to make the match and meet our fundraising goals for the year?
Your gift in any amount will make an immediate impact:
$50 can buy supplies for one art class
$150 can pay for a teaching artist to lead a free art activity
$400 can support a week of camp for a scholarship student
$1,000 can support the continuation of resident theatre programs
Your donation helps make our community more vibrant, healthy, and joyful through the arts. Thank you for donating before June 30!
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Diversity and Art Festival
2 – 5 pm FREE
in partnership with WW Human Relations Council
at the Nassau Park Pavilion
Join us for an afternoon of cultural exhibits, performances, and arts activities for the whole family! Together we will celebrate how the arts are integral to celebrating diversity at this free event. The day will feature music and dance performances from our diverse community. For more information or to perform, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org Rain date will be May 20.
Our mission is to provide professional quality community arts programming in order to support, educate, inspire and promote the arts and art appreciation. Will you join us?
Cross Cultural Currents
LiQin Tan, Topmost, 21x26″
Primitive Level-Signals ( 2012 )
Animation Installation with Digital Prints
This series applies spirit levels as a signal to describe a natural phenomenon in humans, where human brain development is an equalized procedure. The competing concepts of the brain–whether the battle of the brain’s size versus its intellectual capacity, or of its technological versus its spiritual side–are always kept in equilibrium.
“Teaching technology art at Rutgers, including 3D animation, game design, digital printing, and interactive art, has changed the focus of my art practice from traditional techniques to installation work, digital art, and singularity art. Singularity art (a future tech art) has comprised the majority of my research in the last few years, and my new book ‘Singularity Art: How Technology Singularity Will Impact Art‘ has recently been published this year. My other new book “Singularity: Subversive BioArt” will be published this upcoming year.”
Resources for Artists
Exhibit your work in an upcoming show. Click here to see the latest opportunities.
We’re seeking artists to lead classes and workshops for kids, teens, & adults.