Latest from NOGO Arts
Untether was a success!
8 artists over 3 nights
NOGO Arts wants to thank the hundreds of people who came out to support Untether. We raised some money for NOGO, got the word out about our work, and more importantly featured work from transgender, gender noncomforming, and non-binary artists. We are already working on our 2019 events. Click below to see some photos from the three nights of Untether.
Permission to read and write
Apricot’s newest entry talks about access to big ideas and who is granted permission to participate in the world of academic writing. We are taught to write, to construct sentences following established rules of grammar and conventions of syntax. We are taught that certain styles of writing merit more attention and reverence than others.
Brooklyn Magazine, with The Yard, asked NOGO Arts' Executive Director and Founder, Todd Coulter, a few questions. Check out the feature.