Exhibitions & Events
Our artist programs and public engagement series demonstrate the role artists and curators play in our communities by connecting audiences to creative practices, ideas, art forms, and each other. Through exhibitions, performances, Muse Fuse talks, screenings, and publications, NURTUREart provides direct support to artists and curators and aims to inspire the public to think critically about the world around them and connect to their creative and local communities.
20th Anniversary Celebration and Silent Auction
November 7, 2017
6:00 pm—9:00 pm
Let’s work to build a creative future. Join us for our 20th Anniversary Celebration.
November 18 — December 17, 2017
Relative Material examines a spectrum of gestures by seven artists who—through engaging with family mythologies, exchanges, and ephemera—recognize and question broader issues of sociopolitical, historical, and philosophical concern.
Leader in Me
January 13 — January 22, 2018
Leader in Me is a group show exhibiting self portraits of Public School 147’s fifth grade students created with NUTRTUREart’s 2017-2018 Resident Artist, Walter Cruz.
Call and Response
February 3 — February 25, 2018
A group exhibition curated by Kelly Rae Aldridge and featuring artists Salome Asega, Sophia Brueckner, Ornella Fieres, Sam Lavigne and Mendi + Keith Obadike. Call and Response explores how we speak to our machines and how our machines speak through us.
Bang Geul Han: Ugly Feeling
March 9 — April 1, 2018
Ugly Feeling is a solo exhibition by Bang Geul Han that claims space to represent both highly personal experiences and overtly public manifestations of sexism, misogyny, and violence, as well as setting these accounts face-to-face with anti-feminist statements made by powerful and marginal figures.
April 13 — May 6, 2018
NURTUREart is pleased to announce its participation in Sculpture 56, a six-week long contemporary sculpture event held at eleven participating galleries at 56 Bogart Street.
Laura Bernstein: Becoming Beast
April 13 — May 6, 2018
NURTUREart is pleased to present Becoming Beast, a solo exhibition of sculpture and a multi-channel video installation by Laura Bernstein. In the style of a natural history museum exhibit, audiences are presented with grotesque humanoid beasts from a confluence of pre-enlightenment fantasies and future environmental collapse anxiety.
Becoming Beast Performance
May 6, 2018
4:00 pm—6:00 pm
A speculative lecture performed by Emily Reilly shown in conjunction with the exhibition Laura Bernstein: Becoming Beast.