Andrea Arroyo is an artist living and working in New York City. Her award-winning artwork is exhibited, published and reviewed extensively and is featured in public, corporate and private collections around the world. Ms. Arroyo is also a Speaker, Lecturer, Consultant and Curator.
Recent Individual Exhibition: Andrea Arroyo “Memories Interlaced” Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial Center, housed in the restored Audubon Ballroom (built in 1912 and the site of the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965.)
"SACRED WOMEN"Selected as Pick of the Week, The New York Times. Also featured in: The Morning News"Sacred Women" watch WPIX-TV; NY1-TV: "Great things to do across the city"; NY1 Noticias-TV, Notimex, the Associated Press andWomenWorking:"Andrea Arroyo-Art Without Borders"read; "Andrea Arroyo-Boldly Inspired by Mythology"watch
"Flor de Tierra" An ongoing project in homage to the more than 400 women of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico that have been murdered since the early 90s and whose deaths have not been brought to justice. The project has been exhibited at different stages and has received support from the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, The Puffin Foundation, and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
NEWS AND EVENTS Current Group Exhibits:National Museumof Mexican Art "Signature Works, from the Permanent Collection" Recent Awards & Honors:Outstanding Latina of the Year, NYC. U.S. Department of State, Arts in Embassies Program. Recent/Current Curatorial Projects (featured on CNN, NY1, AP, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, La Jornada, Notimex, El Mundo and Univision, among others)"Women Inspired," "Women in the Heights", "Art Without Borders," "AriZONA, Artists Respond to the Immigration Issue," "September 11, Past, Present and Future."
PUBLIC SPEAKING: Ms. Arroyo lectures at schools, universities, corporations and institutions. Please contact her directly for bookings.
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