Staff and Board

Howl Arts Staff
Founder and Executive Director: Jane Friedman
Education Director: Katherine Cheairs
Development Director: Nicole Bliss
Program Coordinator: Daniel Wallace
Digital Content Manager: Jake Couri
Graphic Design: Jeff Streeper, Modern Identity
Architects: Daphne Binder, Theodore Kofman, Space ODT
Creative Consultants: Susan Martin, Some Serious Business
Public Relations: Andy Cushman, Blue Medium
Howl Arts Board of Directors
Bob Perl, President
Bob Holman, Vice President
BG Hacker, Treasurer
Riki Colon
Jane Friedman
Nathaniel Siegel
Marguerite Van Cook, President Emeritus
Arturo Vega Foundation Board of Directors
Lalo Quiñones
Jane Friedman
Donovan Welsh
BG Hacker
Board of Advisors:
Curt Hoppe
Marc H. Miller
Dan Cameron
Carlo McCormick
James Rubio
Anthony Cardillo
Debora Tripodi
Lisa Brownlee

Howl! Social

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A little bit of fall nip is in the air as things open up in New York City and more folks start to gather after being separated for quite some time. Over the past year and a half, new ways to connect with one another in online and virtual spaces have helped us stay connected…

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By Katherine Cheairs, Howl! Happening Director of Education On February 29, 2020, a cohort of 11 teens and their parents, guardians, and supporters, along with artists were seated in a circle at 6 East 1st Street for the first orientation of Howl High, a free teen-arts program meant to expose participants to the vibrant history…

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Read the interview with Andrew Castrucci by Chris Molnar for Bomb Magazine!

https://bombmagazine.org/articles/design-for-a-difference-andrew-castrucci-interviewed/

The exhibition will be celebrated with a closing event on Sunday, December 5 from 2 - 5 PM.

@stationsofthecrass @bulletspacecollab @bombmag #design #NYCarts #downtown #les

Join us at Howl Happening on December 3 from 7 - 9 PM for a panel discussion in honor of WORLD AIDS DAY.

https://www.howlarts.org/event/collective-space-embodied-resistance-40-years-and-beyond-of-aids-art-and-activism/

Image: Rafael Sánchez, 1993-94, “Bedtime Story”; Courtesy of the artist and Martos Gallery, New York. Performance still by Rainer Behrens.

Due to unforeseen circumstances tonight's screening will be ONLINE ONLY. We will NOT have an in-person audience at Howl Happening.

Log on to http://Howlarts.org from 7 PM - Midnight to watch this program of short films curated by Andrew Castrucci.

Our Supporting Partners

Howl! Happening
An Arturo Vega Project
6 East 1st Street, NYC 10003
917-475-1294

Howl! Arts/Howl! Archive (HA/HA)
250 Bowery, 2nd Floor, NYC 10012
212-500-6804

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