Board Opportunity – Treasurer

We are currently in search of a treasurer to join our Board of Directors. The Board Treasurer is a member of the executive committee and reports to the President of the Board. S/he will have the primary responsibility of overseeing the management and reporting of the organization's finances, including reviewing finance ... More

Board Opportunity – Secretary

We are looking for the right person to join our leadership team and become our next Board Secretary. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, organized, has great time management skills, and is a self-starter and team player. The person who holds this position works closely with the Board President and is a member of the ... More

Volunteer Opportunity – Paint & Sip Artists/Assistants

Are you a good artist? Do you like to teach others to paint? Would you like to help us raise money to pursue its mission? We are building a team of artists to facilitate our fundraising events. Palettes and Palates is our fundraising series of 2-2.5 hour events during which attendees receive step-by-step instruction on ... More

Volunteer Opportunity – Blogger

Are you a great writer? Do you want to help raise awareness for Artsmith? We are building a team of volunteer bloggers to write content for our newsletter and website to build traffic and increase engagement. Relevant post topics would include art, arts education/ non-profit arts education space, the Bronx arts scene, ... More

Artsmith Founder Nominated for Neighborhood Impact Award

Tricia Smith, President and Founder of Artsmith, was nominated for the Volunteer of the Year - Neighborhood Impact Award. The Volunteer of the Year Awards are administered by the Bronx Volunteer Coalition to celebrate Bronx residents who volunteer their time to help make the borough a better place. According to the BxVC, ... More

The Art of Music

Music has unlimited potential. Often considered the universal language, it has the capacity to form connections between people, change lives, and create emotion seemingly out of nowhere. The only thing that could hope to rival the overwhelming might of music is visual art. More

Losing the NEA? How President Trump’s Budget Could Affect Arts Programs in Your Community

Two months into his presidency, Donald Trump has released "America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again." The 2018 fiscal year budget plan sent shockwaves through arts and culture circles because the proposal calls for the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) More

STEM vs. STEAM

Students in arts-integrated classrooms are more creative, positively challenged, and more engaged in their schoolwork than those not in arts-integrated classrooms. Find out why this student from Bronx High School of Science thinks art should be incorporated into their curriculum. More

Nyssa Pitts Morais: The Intersection of Business, Humanity, and Art

Nyssa Pitts Morais lives in Harlem. She has a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and is currently the Senior Global Director of Research and Analytics at Revlon. Her 18-year career in the corporate, private sector includes leadership positions in pharmaceutical and consulting companies. So why is a ... More

Red Sahara Collective Brings the Musical Heat in Songwriting Workshop

By Tessa C. Smith “You have the voice of an angel,” Briana said. Another student cried during Sabrina Clery’s rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” “That’s what a song can do. That’s the power of music,” Clery responded. On November 19th Artsmith brought in singer/songwriter and co-director ... More