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Nomadique a multimedia cooperative committed to community. Our mission is two-fold: to tell stories that bring people together, and to give the people we document the tools to tell their own stories. We partner with nonprofit organizations, purposeful businesses and news outlets to create compelling documentary-style narratives. Nomadique is made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors. Nomadique’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Time Out New York, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor and Nat Geo Music, and our commercial and non-profit clients include Amnesty International, the World Bank Institute and Transparency International. Want to stay in touch? Sign up for our newsletter! We won't flood you, we promise. http://nomadique.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9e63891c77447c8cfe7431322&id=37f83f8060

Don't miss out! The deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just two days away on 9/15!Submit your artwork, ...
09/13/2017

Don't miss out! The deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just two days away on 9/15!

Submit your artwork, written pieces, music, and/or performance work responding to the theme of "touch" to be considered for this year's multimedia exhibition! All mediums are welcome.

Submission link: nomadique.submittable.com

Photo by Nomadique community member Verónica Puche

The EXTENDED Deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just over two weeks away!Submit your artwork, written p...
08/28/2017

The EXTENDED Deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just over two weeks away!

Submit your artwork, written pieces, and performances responding to the theme of "touch" to nomadique.submittable.com! All mediums welcome. Deadline 9/15.

Photo by NMDQ community member Verónica Puche

The #NMDQCollections Open Call submission deadline has been extended to 9/15! This year's theme is touch. Submit at noma...
08/21/2017

The #NMDQCollections Open Call submission deadline has been extended to 9/15! This year's theme is touch. Submit at nomadique.submittable.com/submit

Hey community! NMDQ Collections, our annual group art exhibition series, is now accepting submissions. The theme for 201...
07/25/2017

Hey community!

NMDQ Collections, our annual group art exhibition series, is now accepting submissions. The theme for 2017 is touch. Find out more at the link below. We'd love to consider your work!

Image © Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova

https://nomadique.submittable.com/submit

We are in the midst of planning the 2017 NMDQ Collections exhibition! Keep an eye out for the Open Call launching soon. ...
07/21/2017
A Living Together

We are in the midst of planning the 2017 NMDQ Collections exhibition! Keep an eye out for the Open Call launching soon.

In the meantime, check out this round up of last year's show in collaboration with Pioneer Works and Found Sound Nation, now featured on our site.

We were thrilled to share the artworks of Christopher Anderson, Alix M. Pentecost Farren, Peter Van Agtmael, Dana Michelle Hemes, and the performances of twig twig+Lea Fulton, Jonah Parzen-Johnson, Alpenglow and more. Thank you for all who came to experience this evening with us.

Event photos by Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova

Common rhetoric tells us that nature is a force to be dominated, that strangers will surely swindle us, loved ones will one day betray us, and technology will soon overtake us. In our quest to survive and grow, we often extol individuality and self-sufficiency as virtues.

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art...
04/24/2017

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art show featuring 24 international lens-based artists. Part of our mission at Nomadique is to encourage artists and thinkers from different backgrounds and disciplines to come together and create something new, in dialogue with one another. We're excited to share about this event and even more inspired to plan our next show!
If you find yourself in Bogotá within the next month stop by "Espacio el Pasajero". Opening details and gallery hours above. Artists' work in order Katrina Lillian Sorrentino, Lara Tabet, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Kalen Na'il Roach

@notasalfuturo #notestothefuture #notasalfuturo @ Bogotá, Colombia

One more image from Notas al Futuro, an exhibition in Bogotá, Colombia that Nomadique's Katrina Sorrentino is helping i...
04/24/2017

One more image from Notas al Futuro, an exhibition in Bogotá, Colombia that Nomadique's Katrina Sorrentino is helping install this week. Image @veropucheq

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art...
04/24/2017

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art show featuring 24 international lens-based artists. Part of our mission at Nomadique is to encourage artists and thinkers from different backgrounds and disciplines to come together and create something in dialogue with each other. We're excited to share about this event and even more inspired to plan our next show. If you find yourself in Bogotá within the next month stop by Espacio el Pasajero. Opening details and gallery hours above. #notestothefuture #notasdelfuturo Artists' work in order Katrina Lillian, Lara Tabat, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Kalen Na'il Roach @ Bogotá, Colombia

On the occasion of the fourth 🎉🎂 anniversary🎂 🎉 of the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners this month, were th...
12/19/2016
Nourishing a Collective of Creative Minds—and Stomachs—at Nomadique

On the occasion of the fourth 🎉🎂 anniversary🎂 🎉 of the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners this month, were thrilled to share with you a new profile about the series and Nomadique, featured in a whopping 10-page spread in Brooklyn Magazine. Beautifully written by Lauren Duca, and photographed by Julia Hembree as well as our very own Sasha Arutyunova, you can find the printed issue on stands now!

10/12/2016
Guardian US

Check out this the first episode in this very important series created by Mae Ryan and Mona Chalabi, workshopped at our September Dinner.

Most people still don’t understand what vaginas look like or how they function. In episode one of our four-part series, we're starting with the basics: we build a giant vulva, talk to a gynecologist, a labiaplasty surgeon, and a trans woman.

Welcome to the new NMDQ HQ! You'll find us on a tree lined block in Bed-Stuy in a historic home built in 1889. After a s...
08/30/2016

Welcome to the new NMDQ HQ! You'll find us on a tree lined block in Bed-Stuy in a historic home built in 1889. After a summer of bouncing around, we hosted our inaugural dinner here last night with incredible presentations by @grantslater, @maeryan & @jakeoleson. Shrimp pasta was headed up by @the_shane_omar & @treenaphoto, who has also worked tirelessly to put this beautiful room together for us since moving in. photo by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

Live script reading during our July dinner. photo by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners
08/30/2016

Live script reading during our July dinner. photo by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

Live reading of @ellisgram and @lindsaylaurenne's script for a short film that they shot in the Central African Republic...
08/30/2016

Live reading of @ellisgram and @lindsaylaurenne's script for a short film that they shot in the Central African Republic later that month. photo by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

Last month's nomadic NMDQ Dinner at the Boatwrights' abode in Lefferts Gardens. They greeted us with a beautiful backyar...
08/30/2016

Last month's nomadic NMDQ Dinner at the Boatwrights' abode in Lefferts Gardens. They greeted us with a beautiful backyard taco picnic that set a perfect backdrop for our July conversations.
photo by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

Thanks to the folks at The Atlantic for listing "Eleanor Ambos Interiors" as an Editor's Pick! If you haven't yet, check...
08/13/2016
When a Famous Interior Designer Loses Her Eyesight

Thanks to the folks at The Atlantic for listing "Eleanor Ambos Interiors" as an Editor's Pick! If you haven't yet, check out the full film by the Nomadique team below.

Eleanor Ambos is going blind, yet she’s determined to preserve her artistic vision.

the artist workshop dinners are moving! after 3½ years of hosting in Borough Park, not missing a month since our start ...
05/24/2016

the artist workshop dinners are moving! after 3½ years of hosting in Borough Park, not missing a month since our start in December 2012, we'll be heading north. more on that soon.

thanks to all who came out last night to bid Dahill farewell. this house has been a host for countless new ideas, connections made, meals shared and projects finished. we're sad to see it go but are excited for a brand new space and a brand new dinner table. see you next month.

photo by sasha arutyunova

we've been skimpy with our posts but don't fret: the March artist workshop dinner knocked us out with incredible chilli ...
04/26/2016

we've been skimpy with our posts but don't fret: the March artist workshop dinner knocked us out with incredible chilli fixins, brave new works by Groana Melendez and Carter McCall, as well as a presentation by Caroline Sinders about her mind bending internet based art.

tonight, we open our kitchen to chef & poet extraordinaire @fransquishco as well as a new set of works from workshop veterans @migeophoto & @bigdealseale, and a first ever showing by @fransquishco himself.

if you're looking to be a part, apply on our website & make sure to RSVP. our table fills fast!

photo by @sashafoto

Thanks to Blink for this great announcement and the support - we're excited for another way for all of you to be able to...
04/05/2016

Thanks to Blink for this great announcement and the support - we're excited for another way for all of you to be able to find us :) Stay in touch.

We're thrilled to announce that the multimedia cooperative Nomadique is now on Blink!

Connect with Nomadique members here: https://app.blink.la/organizations/nomadique

#Blink #Blinkpartnership #Nomadique #photojournalism #video #documentary #multimedia #storytelling

02/19/2016

An artist that we deeply respect and admire, Xinran Yuan, is having her first solo show opening in New York tomorrow. Come on out! Xinran Yuan: Water As A Burden: Map

Alban Stamper, who drew a new comic in the duration of the #ALivingTogether opening. | #nmdqcollections photo by @sashaf...
01/19/2016

Alban Stamper, who drew a new comic in the duration of the #ALivingTogether opening. | #nmdqcollections photo by @sashafoto

Part of the Dana Hemes interactive interspecies candy installation | #ALivingTogether #nmdqcollections
01/18/2016

Part of the Dana Hemes interactive interspecies candy installation | #ALivingTogether #nmdqcollections

@heytwigtwig performs for a full crowd at @pioneerworks accompanied by an improvised dance performance by Lea Fulton | #...
01/18/2016

@heytwigtwig performs for a full crowd at @pioneerworks accompanied by an improvised dance performance by Lea Fulton | #ALivingTogether #nmdqcollections photo by @sashafoto

@heytwigtwig sound checking for his pop up performance at tonight's @wearenomadique & @foundsound pop up show at @pionee...
01/17/2016

@heytwigtwig sound checking for his pop up performance at tonight's @wearenomadique & @foundsound pop up show at @pioneerworks. don't miss it! | #ALivingTogether #nmdqcollections

5 hours til showtime! Hanging @stone_cat's beautiful wallpaper scrolls. #nmdqcollections
01/17/2016

5 hours til showtime! Hanging @stone_cat's beautiful wallpaper scrolls. #nmdqcollections

Artist & musician bios are live on the Pioneer Works event page. Get your self acquainted with these wildly inspiring pe...
01/14/2016
Found Sound Nation & Nomadique Present: ‘A Living Together’ | Programs | Pioneer Works

Artist & musician bios are live on the Pioneer Works event page. Get your self acquainted with these wildly inspiring people and then come see their work on Sunday! We can't waiiiit.

Found Sound Nation Presents is a monthly music series at Pioneer Works. After a hiatus this fall, the series resumes with an inspiring new multimedia collaboration that features a gallery exhibit curated by Nomadique as a part of their NMDQ Collections pop-up series, as well as performances by Black…

December marked three years of our monthly Artist Workshop Dinner series. We're honored to have supported over 100 works...
12/28/2015

December marked three years of our monthly Artist Workshop Dinner series. We're honored to have supported over 100 works in progress and hosted hundreds of members of the artistic community at our table through this time. Thank you for your incredible support all these years. | Here's a view of our white elephant exchange that marked the year's end. #nmdqdinners Photo by @sashafoto

One of the most successful meals we've had the pleasure of preparing to date, daal & saag, accompanying Ben Stamper and ...
12/04/2015

One of the most successful meals we've had the pleasure of preparing to date, daal & saag, accompanying Ben Stamper and Andrew Ellis's November workshop presentations. #nmdqdinners photo by @sashafoto

If you missed our last NMDQ Collections exhibition in May, you can now take a look through selections from the show on o...
11/30/2015
Inner Circles: Reflections on Belonging

If you missed our last NMDQ Collections exhibition in May, you can now take a look through selections from the show on our site! A huge thank you to all of the incredible artists involved.

We're really excited to present this online version of the exhibition as we prepare for our next event on January 17th. Stay tuned for more details.

Hi New Yorkers! Tonight at 7, we'll be doing an exclusive screening and panel discussion centered around our short film ...
10/16/2015

Hi New Yorkers! Tonight at 7, we'll be doing an exclusive screening and panel discussion centered around our short film "Eleanor Ambos Interiors" and how it inspired our Nomadique Collections exhibition series. Come out to Parsons to check it out!

We finished every bit of Jon's Tex-Mex chalupas, his favorite dish made by his mother when he was a kid. And the talk wa...
10/05/2015

We finished every bit of Jon's Tex-Mex chalupas, his favorite dish made by his mother when he was a kid. And the talk was good. Here's Johnny before presenting the beautiful documentary he edited about two Mayan brothers growing up in the jungle of southern Mexico. #nmdqdinners photo by @sashafoto

We were very committed to ambiance during the poetry reading at our September Artist Workshop Dinner. Thank you to Shane...
10/03/2015

We were very committed to ambiance during the poetry reading at our September Artist Workshop Dinner. Thank you to Shane Slattery-Quintanilla for presenting this beautiful collection of work and to Johnny Bassett for presenting your film. #nmdqdinners photo by @sashafoto

Brooklyn Magazine calls the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners one of the best dinner parties in Brooklyn. We'd have to (...
07/28/2015
Nomadique: An Art Collective Hosts One of the Best Dinner Parties in Brooklyn | Brooklyn Magazine

Brooklyn Magazine calls the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners one of the best dinner parties in Brooklyn. We'd have to (humbly) agree! Check out this interview with co-founders Sasha Arutyunova and Andrew Ellis about this series, started over two and a half years ago.

"None of us are in this for the money, but we've learned that survival instincts will always beat out the loftier concepts of community and self-expression."

Serious backyard BBQ chatting last night at our July Artist Workshop Dinner // #nmdqdinners photo by @sashafoto
07/23/2015

Serious backyard BBQ chatting last night at our July Artist Workshop Dinner // #nmdqdinners photo by @sashafoto

07/22/2015

firing up the grill for our July artist workshop dinner. gonna be a great one. #nmdqdinners video by @sashafoto

We're thrilled to finally share a slough of photos from this year's Nomadique Collections two-night exhibition! Relive t...
07/17/2015

We're thrilled to finally share a slough of photos from this year's Nomadique Collections two-night exhibition! Relive the experience or take a gander at what all the commotion was about :)

A huge thanks to the team of photographers and videographers who contributed their talents to document the show this year: Sasha Arutyunova, Katrina Sorrentino, Souki Mehdaoui & Ora DeKornfeld

Nomadique presents its fifth group multimedia art show, hosted over two nights by the Metropolitan Building in Long Island City.

Featuring artwork by Jordan Reznick, Sebastian Collett, Photographer Joseph Rodriguez, Emiliano Granado, Irina Rozovsky, Martha Fleming-Ives, Danila Tkachenko, Christopher Cappoziello, Sasha Arutyunova, Mark Davis, Jonno Rattman and Ben Stamper.

Music by Zusha, Big Thief, Shelley Thomas and Twain

Performance by Kenyon Adams

Storytelling by Adam Wade

Short films by Ora DeKornfeld, Shane Slattery-Quintanilla, Anatoli Ulyanov, Lindsay Branham & Jon Kasbe

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To what do we belong and why? How does an anxiety of belonging impact our development and behavior? How does belonging affect our sense of purpose? Does belonging necessitate exclusion by nature?

Inner Circles: Reflections on Belonging is a two-night pop up art exhibition which invites attendees to explore the many complexities of belonging through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. As viewers wander the corridors of the Metropolitan Building, they’ll encounter artworks and reflect on the inner workings of this existential need.

One cannot choose to belong to a given group or community; belonging necessitates both an invitation from the outside and an assent from within. We can love someone without their consent, but we cannot belong without their agreement. This complex dynamic is part of what makes belonging central to our home and family lives, our national and cultural identities, and our religious and spiritual beliefs.

Lifetimes of choices challenge us to pick sides, but how we negotiate the bounds of our belonging—both from the cultures we inherit and the those we adopt—is a personal process that carries universal implications. Ultimately, the decisions we make will shape our stories, our communities, and the legacies we leave behind.

In this year’s exhibition, we invite audiences to find themselves in the reflection and to challenge themselves to consider the complex currents that define our identities—both together and apart.

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Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience.

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova, Katrina Sorrentino and Souki Mehdaoui

Nomadique presents its fifth group multimedia art show, hosted over two nights by the Metropolitan Building in Long Isla...
07/15/2015

Nomadique presents its fifth group multimedia art show, hosted over two nights by the Metropolitan Building in Long Island City.

Featuring artwork by Jordan Reznick, Sebastian Collett, Photographer Joseph Rodriguez, Emiliano Granado, Irina Rozovsky, Martha Fleming-Ives, Danila Tkachenko, Christopher Cappoziello, Sasha Arutyunova, Mark Davis, Jonno Rattman and Ben Stamper.

Music by Zusha, Big Thief, Shelley Thomas and Twain

Performance by Kenyon Adams

Storytelling by Adam Wade

Short films by Ora DeKornfeld, Shane Slattery-Quintanilla, Anatoli Ulyanov, Lindsay Branham & Jon Kasbe

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To what do we belong and why? How does an anxiety of belonging impact our development and behavior? How does belonging affect our sense of purpose? Does belonging necessitate exclusion by nature?

Inner Circles: Reflections on Belonging is a two-night pop up art exhibition which invites attendees to explore the many complexities of belonging through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. As viewers wander the corridors of the Metropolitan Building, they’ll encounter artworks and reflect on the inner workings of this existential need.

One cannot choose to belong to a given group or community; belonging necessitates both an invitation from the outside and an assent from within. We can love someone without their consent, but we cannot belong without their agreement. This complex dynamic is part of what makes belonging central to our home and family lives, our national and cultural identities, and our religious and spiritual beliefs.

Lifetimes of choices challenge us to pick sides, but how we negotiate the bounds of our belonging—both from the cultures we inherit and the those we adopt—is a personal process that carries universal implications. Ultimately, the decisions we make will shape our stories, our communities, and the legacies we leave behind.

In this year’s exhibition, we invite audiences to find themselves in the reflection and to challenge themselves to consider the complex currents that define our identities—both together and apart.

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Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience.

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova, Katrina Sorrentino and Souki Mehdaoui

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