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After 8 years as the Executive Director of Fourth Arts Block, Tamara Greenfield has decided to pass the torch to a new leader. This transition will happen over the course of the next few months.

We are so proud of what Tamara has accomplished and what we, as a network of artists and community organizers, have been able to achieve together. As FABnyc moves onward towards even broader horizons, this is a particularly exciting time to welcome fresh guidance and vision. Please help FABnyc find a great new Executive Director by passing the job description (linked here) through your networks.

Thank you all for your support!

With LES Love,

The FABnyc team

THANK YOU For Your Support in 2015!!

From all of us at FABnyc,

THANK YOU!!!

Your support this year will continue to help make unexpected connections around the city, support artistic practices, and help others explore the neighborhood. Our work isn't simple, but YOU make it all possible.

Recap some of YOUR #FABstories here.

Lower East Side History Month (LESHM)

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE: 2015

Last May, more than thirty Lower East Side-based cultural and community groups collaborated to launch Lower East Side (LES) History Month, an annual celebration of the rich, diverse history of New York City’s Lower East Side. This May will mark the second annual LES History Month, and we're gearing up for an even bigger collection of partners and events!

Throughout the month, dozens of public events, exhibits, tours, and learning opportunities will take place within the historical definition of the Lower East Side, which includes the East Village, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Alphabet City.

Conceived and launched by LES-based cultural and community groups, LES History Month aims to connect our present to our past, exploring how our history can inform and inspire our future.

Special kickoff activities include ‘Chalk LES’, an interactive project encouraging anyone and everyone to share memories and images of the Lower East Side on the city’s pavements; and the Lower East Side Community Heroes Awards, which aims to highlight underappreciated heroes in the neighborhood.

Interested individuals and organizations are welcome to participate next May, 2015. Please fill out the Invitation to Participate form at http://www.leshistorymonth.org/participate/.

Twitter: #LESmonth
Facebook: LES History Month

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