Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which oversees the choreography, visual art, and art spaces created by Jonah Bokaer. It is also an international laboratory for interdisciplinary dance, art, and live performance.
The company also operates three public art spaces in New York City and Hudson NY serving 1,500+ artists offering 5,000+ hours of annual affordable space, including 15 annual residency awards to emerging artists.
The organization’s dual mission is to foster the development, research, and presentation of new performance works across disciplines, while establishing affordable arts facilities for other artists, notably Chez Bushwick (2002) & CPR (Co-Founded 2008), adjacent affordable studios in Brooklyn, and Space 428 Hudson (2016): incubator of The Hudson Eye, among others.
The fastest growing department of the organization is arts education, often in areas of urban revitalization.
60,000+ Art appreciators and consumers reached annually
35,000+ Weekly e-newsletter subscribers
23,600+ Combined social media following (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)