As we race towards our teenage years (the second year into our second decade!) we need your support to keep us on the edge, at the forefront of new art, poetry and dance in Brooklyn and beyond. Quite simply… help us… help artists… #makemoreart
By supporting Norte Maar you not only support our core programs but also our creative agenda based on ideas of imagination, spontaneity and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Everyone who supports us knows just how far their gift goes to financially support our volunteer-led organization and our mission to encourage, promote and present new art, new poetry, new performance while bringing attention to emerging artist communities in Brooklyn and beyond.
Now more than ever, we need to think bigger, smarter. And we need to do it more often with a cast of diverse voices that echo the artists and community we represent.
Help us to help others to fly effortlessly, to break out beyond the studio, to stretch boundaries that seek to keep art quiet, inaccessible to some or out of reach for others, to come together to share experience and ideas, to build community.
With your donation to Norte Maar’s #makemoreart campaign you may choose a perk that is well worth your money. From tickets to performance, art tours and a rural weekend, to postcard art by Rico Gatson and Tamara Gonzales, ceramic mugs by our artists collaborators in the Adirondacks, or the unique print edition of Audra Wolowiec, you’ll find something that connects you with the mission of Norte Maar. And of course, you can always choose the #makemoreart trucker hat or t-shirt!
Norte Maar is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 2004 by curator Jason Andrew and choreographer Julia K. Gleich. Donations made to Norte Maar are fully tax-deductible less the estimated value of any goods or services received.
Norte Maar Projects 2016:
“Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art,” 1285 Avenue of the Americas, NYC, Jul 11-Oct 7.
“3rd Annual Jay Invitational of Clay,” Norte Maar, Jay, NY, Jul 15-17.
“Kris Grave: The Testament Project, a photographic exploration and re-conception of the contemporary black experience,” Norte Maar, Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, Jun 4-Jul 31
“Pin the Tail on the Tiger: poetry by Bob Holman / art by Jessica Weiss.”
“CounterPointe: new work by women choreographers and their collaborations with artists,” Actors Fund Arts Center, Brooklyn, Apr 8-10.
“Free Kids Art Days at Norte Maar,” Oct-Nov.
“Beat Nite Greenpoint,” Greenpoint, NY, Oct 28.
“Artist Panel: Ways and Means,” Art Student League, NYC, Sept 28.
“2nd Annual Ausable River Valley Studio Tour,” Au Sable River Valley, NY, Jul 16-17.
“Beat Nite Lite: Bay Ridge,” Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, May 14.
“CounterPointe Panel with Kathryn Posin,” Actors Fund Arts Center, Apr 9.
“Beat Nite Downtown,” Downtown Brooklyn, NY, Feb 26.