LMCC News | January 2010
LMCC is partnering with the Department of Cultural Affairs and Department for the Aging to create artist workspace in selected Senior Centers throughout the borough of Manhattan. Deadline for applications is now January 25, 2010.
We're bringing back our immensely popular Access Restricted series with its third installment, Law & Representation.
LentSpace is now closed for the Winter and will reopen in Spring 2010 with a new sculpture exhibition.
NYS Arts is organizing a trip for hundreds of arts advocates on February 24, 2010 to meet with state legislators to explain and demonstrate how public funding for the arts revitalizes communities and creates an economic engine for the entire state.
Artist Collective CORNROW RIDER will have five shows in February, including artist Daniel Turner and a show curated by Kenya (Robinson).
Translations by Andy Bragen of two playwrights through The Lark U.S./Mexico Playwright Exchange Program featured in The Brooklyn Rail this month.
Figment 2010 will be held on June 11-13, 2010 on Governors Island, and they have announced 3 open calls for season-long projects.
Proposals are being sought by York College in Jamaica, Queens to create public artwork.
Limited Edition works of art by past LMCC Residents to benefit the earthquake victims of Haiti.
"Rope-a-dope," a performance revisiting the Ali-Foreman "Rumble in the Jungle" boxing match. Friday, January 29, 7-9pm.
This grant program supports the needs and aspirations of Harlem's creative community and furthers the organizational and artistic development of both artists and arts organizations.
F(r)iction Project's LIMINAL SPACE opens on January 22nd 6-9pm to show work by artists including LMCC's Jonathan Allen.
Searching for the Heart of Black Identity now through April 10, 2010 at The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft.
Jerome Foundation's 2010 Travel and Study Grant Program will award grants to emerging creative artists. The deadline to apply is March 8, 2010.
January 16 marks the kick-off of a new weekly version of the Saturday Sessions performance and music series.
Dana Salisbury and the No-See-Ums will perform Saturday, January 23, at 8:30pm, presented by Take Root at Green Space.
Swing Space's Resident video and performance collective CHERYL is busy at work preparing for their next big event, The Cult of CHERYL.
ROMPE PUESTO is a one-night celebratory performance event highlighting and deconstructing piñatas created by 23 NYC artists and artist groups.
LMCC Swing Space Residents Laura Peterson, Michael Bodel, and Nick Brooke will perform and show work in this years' festival.
The exhibition will open on January 16, 2010 from 4-6 and is organized by Nadine Wasserman.
The City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program makes art accessible and visible throughout our city, one of the world’s cultural capitals.