We are pleased to announce that Alejandro Jassan has joined Norte Maar’s Board of Directors!
In its first appearance at an art fair, ever, Norte Maar presents “watching the conkers arrive,” curated by Jason Andrew, Kanad Chakrabarti and Sarah Pettitt featuring a collection of works by seven artists from the UK, Canada and Brooklyn, which interrogate language, geography, culture — all involving cross-disciplinary works with abstract grounding, leaving room for reflection on heritage and the borders of experience.”
Join Norte Maar and artist Amy Lincoln to celebrate her recently commissioned 18′ mural commissioned by the Starbucks New York City Design Studio.
Join us as we welcome 2018 with our annual New Years Brunch featuring a pop-up exhibition and talk with Brooklyn-based artist, Roberto Jamora, Saturday, January 6, 11am-1pm (artist talk at 12noon).
Norte Maar is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Emily Berger from October 21-November 19. On exhibit are new paintings and a selection of drawings the artist created this past summer during her residency at Norte Maar’s Jay House.
Bushwick Open Studio came on the scene over 11 years ago and the annual event remains relevant still today. As a veteran of the old Bushwick scene (circa 2006), our co-founder Jason Andrew offers his Top 5 Picks for BOS2017!
This October, Norte Maar will present “Martha (The Searchers)” a new full-length ballet featuring the collaboration of choreographer Julia K Gleich and artist Elana Herzog. The production coincides with the 25th anniversary celebration of Gleich Dances, the contemporary ballet company founded by Julia K Gleich in 1992.
Norte Maar kicks off its fall season of programming with a two solo exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn-based artists and a new collaborative ballet!
Announcing the return of the fifth season of Dance at Socrates, the summer dance series that brings New York-based choreographers and their dancers to the East River waterfront at Socrates Sculpture Park. Check out our six resident choreographers!
When the 4th Annual Jay Invitational of Clay opens this week it will feature in addition to the 30+ artists from the Adirondack Region and including ceramic artists from Brooklyn, North Carolina, Georgia and Boston, a memorial exhibition celebrating local potter Paul Z. Nowicki. The exhibition, titled “The Mark We Leave Behind: selected works by Paul Z. Nowicki,” will be held in the main tent on the grounds of the Jay House in tandem with the Jay Invitational of Clay. Opening reception will be Fri, Jul 14, 6-9pm. The exhibition will run through the weekend, Sat + Sun, 9am-6pm.
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