Save the Date: NURTUREart’s 2012 Benefit!

A night of great art, great food and great fun? Yes, please. Art Assets’ Barbara Koz Paley and Pauline Nee are delighted to invite you to NURTUREart’s annual benefit on October 29, 2012 at the Charles Bank Gallery.  Get more details and buy tickets here.


NURTUREart Non-Profit Inc. is dedicated to nurturing new contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for emerging artists, curators and public school students. Founded in 1997 by George Robinson to realize his vision of a non-profit dedicated to supporting artists, NURTUREart is now located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, the heart of emerging art in New York City.  NURTUREart has four core programs:

Registry of Artists and Curators

We are very excited to be beta testing the new NURTUREart Registry. Emerging artists, curators and viewers are invited to join our pilot group by signing up to share their work and explore the features. Please help us test the new registry and let us know what you think!


Each year, emerging curators, artists and gallery staff organize seven to eight exhibitions in NURTUREart’s Bushwick gallery. NURTUREart has created more than fifty exhibitions to date, in addition to gallery talks, performances, and readings, both at the gallery and outside venues.

Muse Fuse

NURTUREart’s monthly salon features an impressive variety of notable guest speakers from the forefront of the art world. These meetings provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information and offer professional education, networking, and community-building opportunities. Attendees are encouraged to bring interesting news, info, exhibition announcements, and something to eat or drink to share.

Education Outreach

NURTUREart is dedicated to nurturing and enriching the next generation with its unique arts programs that connect practicing professional artists and curators with students and teachers. NURTUREart’s Education Outreach Program not only exposes students to contemporary art and possible future careers, but also teaches life skills such as responsibility, communication, teamwork, confidence, and critical thinking to underserved youth of New York City.