Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center
At Governors Island
Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island
Resident Artist Hidemi Tagaki working in her studio.
Faye Driscoll Dance Group presenting an Open Rehearsal in the rehearsal studios.
Floating World, a group exhibition in the gallery featuring works by previous resident artists.
Resident Collaborative The Friendly Falcons and Their Friend the Snake rehearsing in their studio for an upcoming performance.
Resident Choreographer Christopher Williams leading a discussion following a performance of his work in the rehearsal studios.
Embedded in the midst of inspirational landscapes, waterfront views, and historic architecture, Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island is an arts center for both artists and audiences.
During the off-season, Building 110 is a shared, multi-disciplinary space where selected artists-in-residence can escape from the frenetic buzz of the city to develop their practice and create new works. While on the Island, artists draw inspiration from the unique location, as well as their community of fellow visual and performing artists-in-residence.
During the summer season, LMCC and our artists-in-residence welcome audiences into the Gallery and also into the studios. Discovering new artists, engaging the artistic process, and just simply enjoying the art in this stunning park-land setting are some of the things you can look forward to when you visit Building 110 this summer.
Upcoming Events in The Gallery
Season of Cambodia “In Residence”
Saturday, May 25-Monday, May 27, 12-5PM
LMCC is proud to be a part of the Season of Cambodia Festival, a city-wide initiative of Cambodian Living Arts celebrating the arts and culture of Cambodia. Come to Building 110 and to meet the Cambodian artists “In Residence” and see what they’ve been working on in their studios since April.
Amy Lee Sanford
For more information, please visit the Season of Cambodia website
Getting to Building 110
Governors Island is open to the public May 25-September 29
Saturdays and Sundays, and all holiday Mondays
Ferries to Governors Island are free and depart regularly from the Battery Maritime Building in Manhattan and Pier 6 in Brooklyn. For more information, please visit the Governors Island website.
Building 110 is located steps from the Soissons ferry dock. As you disembark, walk up the small hill and Building 110 is the first building on your right. If you’re disembarking from Pier 101, take a right and follow the main road just past the Soissons ferry dock.
Building 110 currently houses 20 visual artist studios, two rehearsal studios, and an exhibition space, all with sweeping views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor. Formerly an Army warehouse, historic Building 110 was transformed by LMCC in 2010 into a multi-use arts facility for the development and presentation of new work in the performing and visual arts. Artists-in-residence are offered a retreat-style experience just minutes from the City, and audiences gain unique access to New York City’s newest cultural destination.