LMCC News | January 2012
Thank you to all of our friends and supporters who contributed to LMCC’s 2011 year-end appeal.
With your help, we surpassed our fundraising goal.
The Art League of Long Island seeks entries for their upcoming juried exhibition, A Common Theme: Portraiture (May 20 – June 17). Noted portrait artist Burton Silverman is exhibition juror.
Lower East Side Printshop is now accepting submissions for our 2012 Keyholder Residency Program!
Agora Gallery announces the 27th annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition. This highly respected juried contest is a great opportunity for juror-selected artists to advance their careers and to maximize exposure to collectors and the New York art scene. Awards include: cash prizes, online and print promotion and participation in a NYC art exhibition.
The Noguchi Museum’s upcoming Second Sundays program is taking place on February 12 at 3 pm. In conjunction with the exhibition Civic Action: A Vision for Long Island City, currently on view at The Noguchi Museum, Mary Miss, one of four artists participating in the exhibition, and Eric W. Sanderson, a leading conservation ecologist and author of Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City, will discuss how collaboration between artists and scientists and the use of a variety of communication tools can help us better understand and respond to global warming.
Ginny Huo is participating in a group show called Matchmaker at SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery, opening this Thursday, February 2nd from 6-8pm. Huo is a current artist-in-residence at SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery.
The New York City Department of Transportation’s Urban Art Program is now seeking Spring 2012 submissions from artists for the annual Barrier Beautification open call.
Art for Change (AfC) is seeking proposals for artworks for its upcoming exhibition, Know Gays Aloud: Violence in the LGBT Communities of Color.
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The Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund and TFI New Media Fund are now open for submissions!
The New York Times recently reviewed former Swing Space artist Young Jean Lee's latest theater production, 'Untitled Feminist Show.'
The New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to announce its second annual Emerging Curator Open Call. The Emerging Curator Program offers an opportunity for a young-in-career curator to present a group show at the NARS Foundation Gallery. The aim of the program is to encourage new dialogue and to create a platform for artists and curators to experiment and exchange ideas. The curator is provided with exhibition space and administrative support to present innovative ideas and artworks in a unique gallery surrounded by an artist community and studios.
Former Swing Space Artist Mana Kawamura Premieres Pandora -deluxe- at Irondale Center January 26th at 7:30pm.
Workspace Artist Hugh Hayden exhibits in Grey Full at Jeff Bailey Gallery from January 13th- February 11th, 2012. Opening reception Friday, January 13th 6-8pm.
Young Jean Lee's Theater Company Premieres 'Untitled Feminist Show' at PS122's COIL festival.
Past LMCC Artists in Residence Patty Chang, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Simone Leigh, and Carlos Motta were awarded 2012 Creative Capital Grants in Film/Video and Visual Arts.
Former and Current Residents Dana Sherwood and Valerie Hegarty will be exhibiting a piece in End of Days at Mixed Greens Gallery from January 12th -February 11th, 2012 . Opening reception January 12th, 6-8pm.
Pro Arts Jersey City, in cooperation with Studio 371 is pleased to announce our first Artists Career Development Weekend January 14th and 15th.
Swing Space Artist Katja Mater exhibits work in three different shows opening this week: USA Silverstein Annual at Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Evidence of Houdini's Return at AMOA-Arthouse in Austin, Texas, and Autumn of Modernism at De Vleeshal in the Netherlands.
Nonprofit Finance Fund is currently conducting its fourth annual nationwide survey examining the current state of the nonprofit sector.
Wall Street to Main Street is accepting proposals for collaborative art project linking Occupy Wall Street and the and the rest of America, via the small town of Catskill, NY.
The second of an annual series, Artists Wanted : Year In Review is an international open call for Painting, Sculpture & Installation, Photography, Design & Illustration, Motion & Sound, and more.
Former Workspace artist Takashi Horisaki will debut his new work, Metabolic, as part of Sculpture Center's 2012 In Practice exhibition, a group show. The opening reception will take place Sunday, January 15, from 5-7pm. Metabolic is a sculptural installation exploring the shifting structures that compose urban space.
ARTErra is delighted to announce its Residency Program.
Past Swing Space artist, Kymia Nawabi wins Bravo's "Work of Art:The Next Great Artist".
Workspace Artist Dread Scott exhibits in Redux at Cristin Tierney from January 6th- February 4th, 2012. Opening reception January 6th, 6-8pm.
Swing Space Artist Netta Yerushalmy will present work at the 92nd Street Y this weekend, January 6th-January 8th, 2011.
Check out what Artcards has to say about Brad Farwell's Die Transfer Process, a series he worked on during his residency on Governors Island.
Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx offers a unique option for eligible NYC-based artists who do not have health insurance to exchange their creative services for comprehensive healthcare.
As part of the “Shifting Communities” exhibition series at the Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) gallery, TWO is hiring artists and others to create and present assignments with a focus on the Bronx, NY. Applications for TWO employment are being accepted through January 24, 2012.
Join the Queens Council on the Arts as we explore the ins and outs of Kickstarter, the world’s largest funding platform for funding creative projects.
The NYFA Immigrant Artist Project is pleased to announce the call for applications for the 6th Cycle of our flagship Mentoring Program for Immigrant Artists.
Join the Asian American Arts Alliance for one of our upcoming Locating the Sacred Information Sessions.
Kopeikin Gallery is pleased to announce our first exhibition with artist Kevin Cooley. The exhibition Take Refuge features large scale photographs and videos evoking human struggles in the harsh and unforgiving, yet sublime, natural world.
LMCC’s Creative Curricula grantee, the Apollo Theater, in partnership with the Harriet Tubman Learning Center creatively engages fourth and fifth graders through the Apollo Theater Oral History Project.