Mister ArtSee continues to engage with young curators/educators to develop programs and community participation. Quarterly workshops investigate the non-locality of art as we are always looking forward to productive and exciting projects that elevate the awareness and importance of the arts in communities in a fun and engaging way.
(L to R) Museum of Modern Art board member Lawrence Benenson and America's Next Top Model winner Allison Harvard pose with finalists Susan Rong, Wei Chin, and Anvar Makhkamov
Mister ArtSee produces the first Annual Best Street Portrait/Caricature Artist Contest in New York City.
Mister ArtSee broadens and connects the arts to communities in fun and engaging ways.
Students at PS 29 collaborate with teachers and professional artists to design and build their own art mobiles.
From the Young Women's Leadership School of East Harlem to PS 256 in the heart of Bedford Stuyvesant, Mister ArtSee brings professional artists and activities of the highest caliber to schools around the country to promote creativity
renowned performance artist/musician Amanda Palmer performs on Mister ArtSee for victims of hurricane Sandy in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Mister Artsee presents public performances in under served communities, highlighting worthwhile causes.
Mister ArtSee hosts CitySculpting.com for a day of free sculpting classes on the Lower East Side in Manhattan in celebration of International Sculpture Day 2016.
Mister Artsee presents and highlights the work of leading arts organizations by partnering with and presenting public events.
Half Gallery celebrates Mister ArtSee with an exhibition of design concept collaborations with Vito Acconci and final vehicle design by Dario Nunez Ameni.
Mister Artsee presents exhibitions in contemporary Art
Mister ArtSee unveils the first official US Postage Stamp on National Arts advocacy day in downtown Brooklyn with Brooklyn Borough President's office representative Elizabeth Koch.
Mister ArtSee promotes awareness and advocacy for the arts and arts education.