Aether Gallery is committed to the fantastic, bizarre and wonderful. Exhibiting artists that are cutting-edge, new and ethereal.
Aicon Gallery's curatorial vision begins in India but reaches outwards internationally from there. Aicon draws upon the academic interests of its curatorial staff, whose specializations in subjects including globalization, identity, environmentalism, international politics and postcolonialism often feed into programming.
Alianza Dominicana Cultural center is one of the collaborators of the Film Festival. They are contributing by the allowing us to use the venue to present films on particular days. Alianza Dominicana, Inc. is a non-profit community development organization that parterns with youth, families, and public and private institutions to revitalize economically distressed neighborhoods. Their mission is to assist children, youth and familes break the cycle of poverty and build self sufficiency in socie
The gallery represents both established and emerging artists, and offers secondary market sales and art advisory services.
Richard and Joanna Rothbard, founders and directors of American Art Marketing, have launched and produced art fairs and craft shows for over 30 years. In addition to the Contemporary Art Fair NYC and American Fine Craft Show NYC they also operate the summer Berkshires Arts Festivals, the American Craft Show Sarasota and the American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Museum.
Founded in 1987, American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA) serves Native artists in New York City and the surrounding northeast region. AMERINDA promotes the indigenous perspective in the arts to a broad audience through its public programs and services to individuals artists.
The AIGA's gallery presents exhibitions, many the result of national and international competitions in graphic design. Winning examples of books, print advertisements, promotional materials, labels and packaging are on display, supplemented by publications, seminars and educational activities.
The American Watercolor Society is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1866 to promote the art of watercolor painting in America. Each year the Society holds a juried exhibition of watercolors from artists throughout the world.