about us

MediaNoche is the place where art, technology and community converge. We offer artists working in new media exhibition space and residencies in order to provoke a dialogue that blurs all lines of marginality and alterity. Unique among art and technology groups, MediaNoche is directly linked to the oldest Latino community of New York City, Spanish Harlem, and has showcased a roster of local and international new media artists.

MediaNoche is a project of prdream.com and is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, NYS Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV, and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer. Special thanks: Hugh Mandeville and other superlative individuals who have volunteered their time and labor.

MediaNoche is located at the edge of Spanish Harlem, just blocks from Museum Mile. We are the storefront at 1355 Park Avenue, the entrance is on 102nd Street.

Take the 6 subway to 103rd Street and walk west to Park Avenue. Turn left on Park Avenue and walk south to 102nd Street. MediaNoche is at the corner of Park Avenue and 102nd Street. Entrance on 102nd Street.

The gallery is open Thursday and Friday, from 3PM to 7PM; Saturday 1PM to 4PM; and by appointment. Email us at info@medianoche.us or call 646.228.7950 for an appointment.

Judith Escalona, Director


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