HAA — nurturing artistic and educational works that speak to local, national and international issues
In Post-Production, Spring 2017
In post-production, this feature documentary about the complex neurological disease MIGRAINE, and the consequences for close to a billion people living in its grip, delves into our attitudes about pain and stigma while illuminating how deeply a neglected illness can influence us. Help filmmakers Susanna Styron and Jacki Ochs complete this groundbreaking film.
Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere 2016
Director Kristi Zea chronicles groundbreaking artist Elizabeth Murray's rise from childhood impoverishment through single motherhood to maverick painter. With narration contributed by Meryl Streep, the film opened to sold-out audiences at the Whitney Museum as part of its Tribeca Film Festival premiere in April. Critical funds are needed to license art and music, and create deliverables, for worldwide distribution beyond the festival circuit. Join us and support and celebrate women in the arts.
Human Arts Association
The Human Arts Association is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in the State of New York in 1976 for the purpose of producing and sponsoring independent productions by artists, writers, composers, performers, and media makers. Our support stimulates talent and nurtures educational and artistic works, which speak to relevant community issues — local, national and international.
The Human Arts Association has been granted tax exemption under the IRS Code Section 501(c)(3) as a Public Charity.
HAA receives contributions from a wide variety of sources including individuals, private and public foundations, local, state and federal agencies and corporate foundations.
Earmark your contribution for a specific project by selecting the project name from the pull down menu below; type the amount of your contribution in the empty box; click on the donate button and you will be redirected to our secure ordering form, which resides on the PayPal server, where you can complete the contribution process.
Tax-deductible contributions to HAA general funds are used toward the costs of promoting HAA sponsored projects, and for organizational expenses associated with project fiscal management.
To Donate by Mail: send a check or money order made out to Human Arts Association, P.O. Box 3238, New York, NY 10008. Please include your name, address, telephone number and the name of the project you wish to support.
Donation Questions? call 1(212) 343-0078