Archives: 2010
BELLA Magazine
NYC Pop-Up Shop Prevails With The Help Of Non-Profit, Chashama
Chashama is partnering with NYC Department of Small Business Services to bring financial stability, commerce, beauty, and hope back to NYC with the Storefront Startup program. More
Mann Report
Filling the Voids With Art
If vacant storefronts and offices suddenly look a lot more avant-garde, you probably have Anita Durst to thank. More
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Coming Out in 'The Wash': The Bus Terminal's Laundromat Look
In recognition of Earth Month, the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) has unveiled an exhibit along its 42nd Street façade that focuses on the collection and clean-up of marine debris from New York City beaches. “The Wash” features 29 photographs of marine debris framed in a portal motif that resembles a line of washing machines. More
New York Post
State of the Art
Millions of square feet of office and retails space in the city remain empty. But some savvy commercial landlords have found new and creative uses for their buildings. More
The Art of Revitalizing the West Side’s Empty Storefronts
Tired of seeing all the empty storefronts? Locals are working on a plan to turn those windows into space that can be used for creativity.   ChaShaMa — a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating art where you least expect it — is working to rejuvenate empty commercial space in Hell’s Kitchen and around the city. More
Atlantic Highlands Arts Council presents "The ChaShaMa Matawan 11"
The ChaShaMa Matawan artists recently suffered flooding to their studio spaces and the board members of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council wanted to reach out to offer support and space for these artists to continue showing their work to the public during this time of crisis. The arts community in New Jersey is strong and we are very supportive of each other. More
Art Frankly
Art Frankly Interview with Anita Durst – Founder of Chashama
Anita Durst, founder of Chashama, has worked tirelessly for over 20 years to secure over one million square feet of space in New York City for artists. She believes programs like Chashama are the vital building blocks to ensuring cultural capital in New York City. More
Art Frankly
Art Frankly Interview with Hayley Ferber – Deputy Director of Chashama
Hayley Ferber is an independent curator, educator and artist living in Brooklyn, NY. Her professional mission is to initiate and support creative opportunities in the arts. She accomplishes this in her daily role as Deputy Director of Chashama, a non-profit organization that transforms unused real estate into artist studios and exhibition spaces. More
11/29/2010 IFC News
Babycastles Takes Manhattan
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11/23/2010 Gotham Gazette
Recession Could Provide Hidden Boost for the Arts
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11/21/2010 Uptowner
Old Brewery Boosts Harlem Artists
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11/17/2010 New York Examiner
New Chelsea development hosts third art exhibition
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11/17/2010 New York Post
Now On Display
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10/27/2010 New York City News Service
Art in Unlikely Spaces
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10/27/2010 NY Art Examiner
De-Coherent Histories
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9/19/2010 NY Pop Culture Examiner
Mixing +aRt, CARNIVORA and commerce in West Chelsea
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9/15/2010 New York Press
Nomadic City
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8/30/2010 Newark City Guide Examiner
Anita Durst and chashama - bring a positive energy to artists and communities alike
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8/3/2010 WNYC
Hidden City: Dean Radinovsky's Secret Chapel
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7/30/2010 nycedc.com
Artist as Entrepreneur project
7/14/2010 DNAinfo
Massive Art Installation Coming to Vacant Donnell Library
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2/16/2010 NYU's Daily Student Newspaper
Art comes back to the West Village
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1/20/2010 Clarin.com
Crece la tendencia de exponer arte en casas y locales vacios
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