NURTUREart partners with Brooklyn public schools and non-profit organizations to create opportunities for artistic and curatorial collaborations with underserved youth and adults. We believe in equitable access to high quality art experiences that are inclusive to all audiences. By offering our resources and expertise, we design tailored and responsive arts programs with our partners and for our local constituents.
Announcing the Eliot Lable Education Fellowship Program
November 1, 2016
The Eliot Lable Education Fellowship program is a new initiative that will provide training and work experience for professionals interested in art education.
Jaimie Warren at Juan Morel Campos
November 1 — May 2, 2017
An in-school art residency for high school students of Juan Morel Campos School, Brooklyn.
Amy Ritter at P.S. 147
November 5 — February 28, 2017
An in-school art residency for students of P.S. 147 Brooklyn.
Project Curate with PJ Policarpio
November 5 — June 18, 2017
Project Curate is a curatorial residency at Juan Morel Campos High School.
January 13 — January 29, 2017
The work of P.S. 147 third grade in collaboration with Amy Ritter.
Call for Artworks: Project Curate
February 26 — March 22, 2017
Deadline March 22, 2017
Art Explorers Club with P.S. 147
May 1 — June 30, 2017
The Art Explorers Club connects public school students with their artistic community through visits to local artist studios, galleries, and other creative spaces.
Teen Video Screening: A Nightmare on Elm Street
May 2, 2017
5:00 pm—6:00 pm
NURTUREart’s Education Program is pleased to present work from this year's video art class at Juan Morel Campos High School, led by Jaimie Warren.
Voices Need Heroes
May 27 — June 18, 2017
NURTUREart presents Voices Need Heroes curated by Project Curate with PJ Gubatina Policarpio and featuring artworks by: Ify Chiejina, Walter Cruz, Sylvia Hernandez, Umesh Mangipudi, Kwantaeck Park, and Tajh Rust.