LMCC News | October 2010
The ArtsLink Residencies program offers artists and arts managers from Eastern and Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus a five-week residency at an established, non-profit arts organization in the US.
Late Editions are complimentary take-aways available to the public and can be found in the white distribution boxes throughout the site.
The Center for Humanities proudly presents:EDWARD HIRSCH: My Pace Provokes My Thoughts: Poetry and Walking,
Current and Past Swing Space Residents and Grantees Honored with Bessie Awards
Current Workspace resident Shana Moulton is featured in The Castle of Secrets in Amsterdam
NYC Parks & Recreation Call for Artists at Arsenal Gallery Exhibition Heritage of Innovation
Open Call at HARP for HERE Artist Residency Program 2011 with focus in Performing Arts
The Center for Architecture Foundation will host a workshop and an Exhibition Opening/Open House in November, celebrating their Building Connections 2010 program.
Shino Soma is featured in New Prints 2010/Autumn Exhibition at International Print Center New York, opening on October 21, 2010.
Call for Entries for the 2011 Darkroom Residency Program at Camera Club of New York. Deadline is November 1, 2010
Current Swing Space resident Christopher Williams will perform at The A.W.A.R.D. Show! at Joyce SoHo Theater on November 17, 2010.
Past Swing Space Resident Joe Diebes is featured in a solo wxhibition titled Chronology at Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery opening Thursday, October 14.
On Saturday, October 23, the Department of Cultural Affairs and the Department of Consumer Affairs Office of Financial Empowerment will offer free one-on-one financial advice to artists as part of "The Art of Money: Personal Finance Resources for Artists."
CityKids, a recipient of a grant from LMCC, has collaborated with artist Shepard Fairey to produce a mural on view through October 17 at World Financial Center.
Through their residency programs, HERE seeks to not only grow innovative artistic work, but also give artists the awareness and skills—in areas such as audience relations, budgeting, grantwriting, and touring—they need to continue to grow their careers.
VLA is presenting a modified version of their flagship educational program designed especially for filmmakers, musicians, web designers, and anyone else working in interactive and new media.
Smack Mellon has issued an open call for their 2011/2012 Studio Program located in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
Designed to champion innovative public art projects by New York State-based emerging artists, the program allows selected artists the opportunity to develop proposals, consult with Public Art Fund to shape their projects, and ultimately realize their work in one of New York City's five boroughs