The ArtSpeak Collective: Where Art Has A Voice
Introducing Pictor Gallery
an artist run gallery in the heart of NYC
ArtSpeak Collective introduces you to Pictor Gallery! A NEW artist-run gallery located in the Landmark Arts Building in New York City’s Chelsea Gallery District. Created by ArtSpeak Collective's founders, Barbara Shelly, Denise Jones Adler, and Laurie Lamont Murray, Pictor Gallery was established with the mission to encourage and promote the creative efforts of painters, sculptors, and other visual artists.
Member artists, from New York and around the country, bring a diversity of ideas together in order to inspire one another, to curate collective and collaborative exhibitions, and to continually engage the art-seeking public in meaningful conversation. The Gallery is located at 547 West 27th Street, Suite 204, New York, NY 10001 and is open Tuesday - Saturday 12-6pm EST.
To learn more visit PictorGallery.com
To become a member click here
Inside "A New York Story"
a film by Paul Schwartz
ArtSpeak Collective had the extraordinary opportunity to sit down with the director (Paul Schwartz) and actors (Mike Keller, Ivy Omere, Joan Porter, and Edward Setrakian) of "A New York Story" and interview them about their experience working on this film.
A New York Story is about the summer of 2020. The movie follows four entwined New Yorkers as they tell their stories of how their lives have been shaped by the protests, the pandemic, and unforeseen consequences of both.
ArtSpeak Collective, in association with The Goddard Riverside Community Center presents:
Feminart - A virtual exhibition featuring a talented group of diverse female artists, celebrating the creative accomplishments of women.
This is a fundraising event for Ballet and Beyond NYC. The proceeds for tickets and a percentage of the art sold, will go to Ballet and Beyond's Summer program to ensure that all children with a passion can benefit from a summer of dance. We value your support.
To see the price list CLICK HERE
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."