Immigrant Arts Coalition Press Launch, February 2018:
On Tuesday February 6, 2018, the Immigrant Arts Coalition, an arts and culture activism group comprised of of New York City-based cultural organizations, unveiled an agenda aiming to recognize the important and ongoing contribution of immigrant artists and arts organizations representing America’s diverse cultural mosaic. Held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, the event drew about 75 attendees comprised of civic leaders, politicians, and members of the press, as members presented plans to serve as a united front for advocacy and audience development, and work to collaborate with continuous shared programs, including the second annual, multi-day Immigrant Arts Summit this summer.
The Immigrant Arts in American Summit, July 2017:
Hosted by the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Lower Manhattan, the confab brought together representatives from theater companies and cultural organizations including the Pan Asian Repertory; Repertorio Español; Irish Repertory Theatre; the Kairos Italy Theater; the Irish Arts Center; National Asian Artists Project; and the Turkish American Repertory Theatre, El Museo del Barrio; the Museum at Eldridge Street; Israel’s Office of Cultural Affairs in the USA, the Museum of Jewish Heritage; and the Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance.