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Omo Misha

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Birthplace
Detroit, MI

Lives in
New York, NY

Works in
New York, NY

Website

Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
May, 2015 FLUX Fair
The Corn Exchange Building
 
Statement

Misha McGlown - also affectionately known as Omo Misha - has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in the arts and education. She served as Program Director and Curator for the LeRoy Neiman Art Center from 2011 through February 2015 and has curated exhibitions and art events on behalf of Community Works NYC, City College Center for the Arts, Jack & Jill of America, Inc., No Longer Empty, Harlem Community Development Corporation, Helene Fuld College, Knox Gallery, the NYC Parks Department and Columbia University. Additionally, Misha has worked with the Curriculum Art Project at Symphony Space since 2003, has facilitated programming for The Sugar Hill Museum of Art & Storytelling, and previously managed programs for The Children’s Art Carnival, Congreso Girls’ Center (PA) and Artists Collective for Social Change (NJ).

She has been featured on HGTV, National Public Radio, and in numerous local and national print publications; has exhibited throughout New York City and executed public art installations on behalf of the Harlem River Park Task Force and the 125th Street Business Improvement District (2011), and; has been awarded artistic grants by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (2011), Puffin Foundation (2007, 2010) and Harlem Arts Alliance (2008, 2009 and 2013).  

A two-time published author, Misha is also Managing Editor for the Morningsider, an on-line guide to Uptown living, and is a contributing writer to Of Note Magazine, which features global artists using the arts as tools for social change.

Recent Exhibits

Omo Misha participated in these exhibits:

Nov, 2014 MUSIC IS LIFE: Speakers of the Universal Language
City College, Windows on Amsterdam Gallery
 
Sep, 2014 VISIONS, ROOTS & RHYTHMS
Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba
 
Jun, 2014 Touching the Abstract
City College, Windows on Amsterdam Gallery
 
Oct, 2011 Seminal Works
Renaissance Fine Art
 
Feb, 2008 American Portrait Series
Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion, Columbia Univeristy, NYC
 
Feb, 2015 harlem is...THEATER: The South African Connection
NYPL for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center
 
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