Wednesday, October 2, 2013. New York City – On Wednesday, November 13, 2013, will be “The 4th annual event NOA-Night Of the Arts” and you are invited!
The art show will be at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City, which is located at 208 W 13th St, Manhattan, NY 10011. Room 301. From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Artworks will be available for purchase. Admission is free.
I will have some of my photography work. Facebook event page.
Artists in 2013 are:
Catherine Taormina-Addeo. Actress, Rocker, Poet, Filmaker.
“I am ROCKSTAR SISSY!!! That’s my name when I perform my songs on my guitar and sing out! I have 23 hit songs to date! I began playing Open Mics and I won prizes at the GAY BARS! haha! I graduated to REAL time slots and began working with other musicians. With a drummer and bass player these songs are brought to another pulse. I have been spending time writing more songs for you and teaching myself lead guitar. As you can imagine, I will satisfy you in that endeavor as well.”
Jesse Ruiz. Actor,Painter oil in canvas.
“A self taught artist, Jesse Xavier Ruiz finds inspiration behind his work in art, music, architecture, and everyday life. Born in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Jesse lived in Southern California before moving New York City in 2006. It was in 2008 that he picke d up his first paintbrush and began to create. Certain art periods which have influenced his style are Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, Impressionism, Dada, and Action Art.”
Chip Moeser. Painter oil canvas, acrylics pastel, Pencil and ink.
“I am a self-taught contemporary figurative artist working in acrylics, oils, pastel and pencil and living in New York City. My work is an exploration of feminine beauty as well as a challenge and deconstruction of ideals that are associated with such beauty.”
Rob Ordonez. Erotic Photographer.
Keith Taylor. Painter, Poet and Actor.
Ryan Janek Wolowski. Photographer.
Kike Seba. Photographer.
“Kike Seba is a photographer, videographer and graphic artist. Originally from Medellin, Colombia, he moved to the U.S. in 2005 as a political refugee, and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.”
Timothy Bouldry. Photgrapher.
“Timothy Bouldry has been photographing, exploring and educating people about landfill activity and the people who live from these landfills for 5 years. His published photographs have been used by activists to present to the House of Representatives, The US Senate and The Organization of American States. His photographs have been on an international tour to spread awareness on the topic of children in distress. He has been interviewed on different shows in Mexico and Nicaragua. His work is currently expanding into the far reaches of Asia and will pursue much beyond.”
Anu Annam. Painter.
“Anu Annam is a New York based South-Asian artist, born in India and raised in America. She has been passionate and dedicated to art since childhood–attracted to the qualities of perspective, color, dimension, shadow and composition. She trained herself in art at the age of five then later in life attended various art schools in New York City and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Massachusetts.
Anu concentrates on portraiture so as to be able to express her interest in countenances and emotions. Watercolor has been her media of choice for some time, due to its translucence and the spontaneous mixing that could occur due to the various properties found in its pigments.”
Javier soriano. Journalist/Visual Artist.
Pedro Vazquez singer
According to the Facebook page, “The Night Of The Arts NYC Festival is an annual event during the second week of November. The Festival was founded by Armando Chavez in 2010. The Festival’s criteria for inclusion into the program are broadly interpreted to include works by gay singers, photographers, works that have a gay relevance or theme, or works that include either or another artistic contribution by gay people. Participation and attendance is open to all who wish to witness and acknowledge the immense contribution of gay people to Art in all its forms.”
First Annual Night of the Arts Exhibition on November 2, 2010. LGBT Center.
Come join us! Have a glass of wine or two. Support our artists and mingle with people who love arts. This is a free event.