LMCC News | March 2010
Applications for our Workspace studio residency for emerging visual artists and writers are due this Thursday by 5PM.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at artists’ studios. Workspace, LMCC’s studio residency program is opening its doors for the first time this year. Meet the 20 emerging visual artists and 9 writers in their studio spaces and see the work they have been making since September.
The Tavern recently changed operators, and the new operators are hard at work getting the restaurant back up and running.
We're now taking RSVPs for our next Access Restricted event, which will take place at New York County Surpreme Court at 60 Centre Street.
We still have some space for tomorrow's Access Restricted lecture at the Jacob Burns Moot Court featuring Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento.
BFA: Basic Finance for Artists is a free six-week intensive seminar on money management and personal finance for artists.
The 7th Annual Ides of March Biennial at ABC No Rio on the Lower East Side features many past residents of LMCC.
American Theatre Wing will distribute 10 grants for the 2010 cycle in the amount of $10,000 each for general operating support.
The Public Art Fund is hosting 3 talks this spring with artists who work primarily in figurative sculpture.
Ex.Pgirl rehearsed Paris Syndrome in the Vault at 14 Wall Street and will perform at City Tech March 18–20th.
Art Law & Culture Society is hosting a series of panel discussions on Friday, April 9, 2010 to discuss the issues surrounding art and culture with respect to American law.
The Department of Transportation is looking for temporary surface treatments at the Broadway/Times Square pedestrian plazas.
As a service to the performing arts industry, Career Transition For Dancers is holding another Career Conversations event on Monday, March 22 from 5:30 to 7:30pm. This one is called, “Embracing your transition”.
Emily Faulkner and Jody Sperling will be hosting the spring and fall 2010 sessions of Tea Dances and are currently accepting submissions.
Swing Space Residents, ((audience)), present Dub Shop, a pop-up exhibition organized by ((audience)) co-curators Alexis Bhagat and Lauren Rosati at Kleio Projects.
The Watermill Center invites emerging artists to submit ambitious proposals for the creation of collaborative works.