You invested in New Expressive Works in 2020…
…and we were able to positively sustain the creativity of multi-cultural independent performing artists in our community.
Here are some quotes from our 2020 residents…
“This residency has supported my arts journey by validating and recognizing my strengths as an artist and organizer. N.E.W. has helped me create a larger perspective of my work and provided resources to support it.”
“Having a bright, clean, and warm space is not something I take for granted especially during the pandemic when so many of my favorite spaces have had to close their doors. N.E.W. has held many moments of creative indulgence as well as spirited playtime for myself as well as many others in my community.”
“This time and space have given me the ability to voice and tackle many of the emotional struggles I am facing every day. I finally have an opportunity to move with autonomy and without the pressure or constraints of traditional theatrical experiences. This residency could not have come at a better time.”
When you donate today, you will help us continue this important work!
In 2022, N.E.W. is poised to -
Here are three ways to support us:-
(We are an Oregon Cultural Trust arts nonprofit, so all donations to N.E.W. are eligible for the Oregon Cultural Trust Tax Credit.)
Thank you so much for your consideration and for all that you do. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!
Founder/Director, New Expressive Works
New Expressive Works (NEW) is a 501(c)3 organization. (FED EIN is 47-1075329)
Regional Arts & Culture Council
Ronald W. Naito Foundation
WYSE Real Estate Advisors
Prosper Portland (PDXCARES)
Oregon Arts Commission (State CARES Fund)
Laurel & Gene Leverton
Susan Olson & Bill Nelson
Raahi Reddy & Hays Witt
George & Nancy Thorn
Samuel Hopkins and Suzanne Chi
Rajinder and Priya Kapoor