LMCC News | November 2010
Swing Space visual artists-in-residence open their studios at Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at the culmination of their residencies. Come see the exciting work they have created!
Faye Driscoll Dance Group will present a work-in-progress on her newest work; a duet featuring Driscoll and Jesse Zaritt, which examines beauty through myth, ritual, masculine/feminine bleed of power, and the performance of dissolving selves.
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Driscoll and her dancers invite guests to experience rehearsals of early explorations of new work; a duet featuring Driscoll and Jesse Zaritt, which examines beauty through myth, ritual, masculine/feminine bleed of power, and the performance of dissolving selves. What is the beauty of real transformation? Is it like a snake shedding its skin versus a cultural obsession with self-improvement like botox lips? How are they indicators of the same urge?
2008-2009 Workspace resident Corinne May Botz is featured in the New York Times for her haunting work.
Current Swing Space Resident Orit Ben-Shitrit at ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair in Miami
Swing Space Artist-in-Residence Choreographer Netta Yerushalmy presents her latest piece, Room Without a View, in conjunction with Noa Shadur at Dance New Amsterdam
Former Workspace Resident Takashi Horisaki featured in Exhibition at Regina Rex Gallery
Workspace Resident Jonathan Ehrenberg Featured in The Pipe and the Flow Exhibition at Galeria Espacio Minimo in Madrid
The Educational Alliance opens two exciting new exhibitions at their East Broadway center on December 8.
Current Workspace resident Janelle Iglesias featured in Pinta NY Art Fair with Y Gallery
Umeå University presents current Workspace resident Sara Jordenö in exhibition in Sweden
Current Workspace Resident Olek in Solo Exhibition KISS ME, I CROCHET at The Humanities Gallery at Long Island University Brooklyn Campus
The U.S/Japan Creative Artists' Program is extremely competitive; applicants should have regional or national recognition and anticipate a highly rigorous review of their work. Artists should also present compelling reasons for wanting to work in Japan.
"All Insignificant Things Must Disappear," group exhibition opening; Friday, November 12, 6-8PM at Trinity Museum inside Trinity Church
Former Workspace Resident Xaviera Simmons in Solo Exhibition titled (Harvest): Any Number of Myths and Stories at David Castillo Gallery.
Current Workspace Resident Chelsea Knight Exhibits in Group Show at The Former Convent at St. Cecilia's Parish
Current Workspace Resident Leah Beeferman Exhibits in Group Show at WORK Gallery
LPAC Lab at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center has a rolling deadline to apply for free rehearsal and residency space.
Affordable Housing Survey For Performing Arts and the Enterntainment Community in the Tri State Area