Congratulations to Norte Maar’s co-founders Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich, as the first in a series of short dance films will premiere at the PHILADELPHIA SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL this weekend.
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With plans to continue to advocate on behalf of Brooklyn artists and beyond, art nonprofit Norte Maar’s relocation from a 2-bedroom space in Bushwick to Cypress Hills gives some locals pause.
On the occasion of Norte Maar’s relocation to Cypress Hills / East New York, Co-Founders Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich sat down with Bedford + Bowery reporter Nichole Disser to discuss their move from Bushwick and the opportunities to facilitate more art in Cypress Hills / East New York.
L Magazine’s lead arts critic Paul D’Agostino talks to Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich on Norte Maar’s new home in Cypress Hills / East New York and the bright future for the organization that had previously positioned Bushwick as one of the most important artistic neighborhoods in New York.
Norte Maar, the innovative arts organization that played an integral role in creating the vibrant Bushwick arts scene, is relocating to the Cypress Hills area of East New York.
Art Gowanus invites Norte Maar’s venerable director Jason Andrew to lead a curated tour of artist studios during Gowanus Open Studios.
Todd Moe of North Country Public Radio spoke with Jason Andrew, co-founder and director of Norte Maar, about Norte Maar’s tenth anniversary its return to the North Country this summer with a big exhibition of works in clay and the return of the summer dance concert, Fete de Danse.
Brooklyn Magazine came out with The 100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture and our director, Jason Andrew is one them! Boy are we proud!
Artnet.com’s critic Benjamin Sutton interviews Brooklyn gallerist on challenges of running a gallery in Brooklyn.
Due to the overwhelming public response to this exhibition, Norte Maar in collaboration with 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery, is pleased to announce the extension of this historic show, To be a Lady: forty-five women in the arts, through March 22, 2013.
1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery
1285 Avenue of the Americas (btwn 51st+52nd Str), New York
Directions: B/D/F/M to 47-50 Strs/Rockefeller Ctr, B/D/E to 7th Ave, 1 to 50th Str
Hours / Admission: Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm / Free
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