VISIT GIV.NYC and select THE ARCHITECTURE OF TOMORROW as your FAVORITE organization. The top ten favorite nonprofits will be in the running to pitch their causes to a live audience for a chance to win $10,000 and more! #givenyc2015 #givingtuesday #givkwik
Author: Douglas Turner
Your input is needed! Soon we will begin campaigning for membership and we would greatly appreciate your input in our structure building phase. As an organization, we are deeply committed to three things: Art, Social Justice, and Education.
24 OCTOBER – 21 NOVEMBER 2015 OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2015 | 6 – 9 PM AOT Project Salon…
Show up on Saturday the 24th from 1-3p, Senator Jesse E. Hamilton has organized a Youth Resource Fair at Brownsville NeON. Stop by AOTps’ Equal Education Initiative Booth we’ll be providing consultations, and artist internship connections!
Victor G Jeffreys II butt FACE Opening Thursday, October 1st 6-9pm at AOT Project Salon 159 Hope St Brooklyn
HELP AOT RAISE MEDICAL RECOVERY FUNDS FOR ARTIST EMILY WEISKOPF. Early in October of 2014, A.O.T Co-Director, Artist and teacher Emily Weiskopf was hit by an 18-Wheeler Truck while driving up to install her Unparallel Way Public Sculpture at the Governor’s Mansion and the Bushnell Sculpture Park Plaza both in Hartford CT. Her car was totaled, and has since left Emily with debilitating pain and in and out of the hospital since and most recently spinal surgery in May.
VIDEO: Corinne Innis Basabe asked me to speak about her work. Her exhibition is on view by appointment and open house, at my non-profit gallery AOT Project Salon. The exhibition LIKE CLOCKWORK is on view through September 28th. I find her work visually stunning. She’s taking on a very hot topic: Police Brutality. Our next open house is Sunday, September 20th 1-6p