LMCC News | March 2012
LMCC is pleased to announce that Yoko Inoue is the 2012 recipient of LMCC's Paris Residency.
LMCC is pleased to be hosting Hong Kong artist Chihoi Lee for three months through LMCC's partnership with the Asian Cultural Council.
Curated by Lisa Dahl, Trash Talk is a group exhibition that features the work of artists who use found objects to create. The work is often beautiful and elegant; humorous and thoughtful; but all of it is “trash.” "Pinocchio's Ashes" is taking place in the fictional town of Koenigsberg where a successful purge of art and artists have left the society to be run by an oligarchy of powerful men, a chance conviction of an innocent man sets off a series of crimes leading to the eventual collapse of the system.
LMCC and Creative Capital welcome the third edition of the Artists Summer Institute (ASI), a free 5-day professional development intensive for NYC artists of all disciplines.
Michael Alan’s Living Installation’s “We Are All Living Installations” at Dumbo Arts Center April 21
Michael Alan’s Living Installation is proud to present Brooklyn Arts Council Community Art Fund Regrant-awarded project We Are All Living Installations, two shows in one night curated by Emily Colucci, hosted by the DUMBO Arts Center.
LMCC's Access Restricted was featured in Downtown Express!
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Current Grantee Artist Dustin Grella's Notes to Self Exhibition Opens March 29.
Open Call for Artists: Philadelphia Percent for Art Deadline: March 30.
USArtists International Grant Application Deadline: April 20.
Upcoming Project Playdate Pajama Parties.
125th Street, Harlem's Corridor Announces 4th Annual "BID ON CULTURE" RFP for Banner Designs.
Guggenheim stillspotting nyc in Jackson Heights, Queens, Presents Cultural and Personal Narratives Recounted by Local Residents. Third Edition in Off-Site Exhibition Series Exploring Stillness and Quiet in Urban Environment, with Stories Commissioned by Authors, Poets, and Rappers Affiliated with Queens.
ARTalks Presents Artists in Dialogue: Joan Jonas and Former Workspace Artist Kate Gilmore on March 14.