LMCC News | February 2010
Swing Space Resident Group Theater Askew Presents Workshop Performance of Horatio's Rise at 14 Wall Street
Korean-born visual artist SoukJin Park has spent the last two months in the LMCC Project Space developing pink ribbon, a sculptural installation and photography project exploring themes of innocence, sexuality, beauty, and absurdity.
LMCC is pleased to be accepting applications for the Workspace Residency Program.
Reservations are now open for our March 5th Access Restricted event, “The Aesthetics of the Contract and the Contract of Aesthetics”
The Educational Alliance Art School is now accepting registration for the upcoming Spring Term of classes in Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Photography and Sculpture.
Frances Justine Post is interviewed by BOMBLOG in their Phoned-in podcast.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts is seeking applications for its new Art & Law Residency Program
Several past LMCC Residents have been included in the 2009 round of awards from the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation.
Swing Space Resident Group Housing is a Human Right and Workspace Resident Zachary Fabri are featured in MoCADA's Upcoming Exhibition, The Gentrification of Brooklyn: The Pink Elephant Speaks.
The Tribeca Film Institute invites young filmmakers to get access to all things media through the Tribeca Film Fellows program.
Lower East Side Printshop is now accepting applications for it's Keyholder Residency
Swing Space Resident Theater Group CollaborationTown will present The CTown Mysteries during a residency at The Watermill Center in Watermill, NY.
Swing Space Choreographer Daria Fain will present a collaboration with Marya Wethers at Dance New Amsterdam in February.
Swing Space Resident Chin Chih Yang Staging Interactive Performance about the Haitian Earthquake Crisis
Melissa Levin, of LMCC's Artist Residencies Department, is curating P.S. 1's Saturday Sessions this weekend, which features current Swing Space Resident Collective CHERYL.
NYC Performing Arts Spaces is pleased to announce an open call for applications for the Spring 2010 round of the Con Edison Musicians’ Residency: Composition Program.
Current Workspace Artist-in-Residence LaToya Ruby Frazier will be featured this week in a lecture at the School of the International Center of Photography.