LMCC News | August 2010
Stationed in Lower Manhattan as part of LMCC’s Swing Space program, Riley, the Windowfarms team, and other volunteers are hosting workshops and meetups. An ongoing open source installation embodies the real-life R&D-I-Y process behind the Windowfarms project, showcasing the evolving innovations of New York windowfarmers.
Matthew Jensen’s project Searching For Something Previously Unknown or Forgotten on Governors Island closes this Sunday, August 29.
Artist Matthew Jensen will discuss and answer questions about his exhibition Searching For Something Previously Unknown Or Forgotten On Governors Island.
In Trichrome Navigation, LoVid lead a team of performers and audience members through an obstacle course, carrying electronic components from one side to another, building an electronic musical instrument that produces live sound.
Bessie Award-winning choreographer Christopher Williams brings his signature imaginative style to Irish Faerie lore.
Ian Frazier writes for the New Yorker on Diego Medina's sculptural work for the Bronx River Art Center and the New York City Department of Transportation.
The 2009–10 Workspace residents talked about Kristine's panting process the abstract forms and transformations inside her work.
Show your Hispanic pride and submit your design with the theme "The Pride of Our Heritage." Seven designs will be selected and transformed into murals throughout local communities.
The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance will provide grants ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 for eligible arts and cultural organizations and grants from $500 to $2,000 for individual artists.
2006–07 Workspace resident Manuel Acevedo's show at the Bronx River Art Center runs through August 28, 2010.
The Work Office (TWO) is a multi-disciplinary arts project disguised as an employment agency. For the Dumbo Arts Festival, The Work Office is seeking visual and performing artists to make work that explore, document and improve daily life in New York City.
MELT is choreographed by Noémie Lafrance and is performed by Celeste Hastings, Mare Hieronimus, Adi Or Kfir, Teresa Kochis, Ori Lenkinski, Meghan Merril, Marcy Schlissel and Elizabeth Wilkinson.
Apexart has issued an open call for video artists for participation in an upcoming exhibition called “Commercial” Art, which will explore iterations of existing television and Internet commercials.
The Lower East Side is offers one-year, free studio residencies for emerging artists. The application deadline is September 1, 2010.
The Accidental Egyptian and Occidental Arrangements is a collaborative artist book made by Workspace alumnus Paul Mpagi Sepuya and TImothy Hull.
MELT is being performed at The Salt Pile, corner of Pike Slip and South Street under the Manhattan Bridge in Lower Manhattan from August 19- 22.
Interviews with Franklin Evans, Deana Lawson, Rashaad Newsome, and Xaviera Simmons about their work in the 2010 Greater New York show at P.S.1.