Across all five boroughs of New York City, art is being made. Our Community Partnership Program supports the missions of our partner organizations, making the arts more accessible through programming for incarcerated youth, post-incarcerated adults, homelessness initiatives, HIV/AIDS services, LGBTQ shelters, refugee groups, adult education and ELL programs, immigration services, early childhood programs, and more. We’re honored to host artwork from this diverse group of organizations in our Cullman Education Building. Titled “Showing Up,” this show is a testament to all the different things that #MoMALearning
is showing up for at this moment. ↖️ Check out more artwork in our Instagram Story.
[🎨: Participants in the #nationaldomesticworkersalliance
(NDWA) create posters based on portraits of participants and their demand for sufficient value for their labor.
🎨: Jamel Shabazz-O-saurus, a papier-mache dinosaur named after photographer Jamel Shabazz, created by participants from @fortunesociety
whose mission is to support successful reentry from incarceration.
🎨: Fathers in Midtown Community Court’s UpNext program—which supports non-custodial fathers—created coloring books for their children @courtinnovation.