Events Around Town

Catch — & — Release, featuring Pier 42 participants Yeju Choi and Chat Travieso

Catch — & — Release is a participatory design installation temporarily set up underneath the FDR at John Street. As part of the Design/Relief initiative launched by AIGA, Catch — & — Release aims to engage individuals within the neighborhood and to inspire the South Street Seaport community(one of the many communities impacted by Superstorm Sandy).

Yeju Choi and Chat Travieso, both Path to Pier 42 participants, took part in the design of this project.

When: Tuesday-Sunday from 11-7PM, January 14 - February 2, 2014

Where: Design/Relief box, under the FDR (near intersection of South Street and John Street)

Learn more here.

Stuart Hawkins: Everyone Knows What It Looks Like

Zach Feuer Gallery presents Everyone Knows What It Looks Like, an exhibition of new paintings by Workspace participant Stuart Hawkins.

Exhibition dates: January 9 - February 15, 2014
Open reception Thursday, January 9, 6-8PM

Zach Feuer Gallery
548 West 22nd Street
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10-6

New Play Features Installation Design By Abigail DeVille

JACK produces the first professional production of this bold short work by visionary playwright Adrienne Kennedy, directed by Charlotte Brathwaite (Princess Grace Award) in collaboration with Abigail DeVille (resident artist, Studio Museum in Harlem). She Talks to Beethoven is a 30-minute, non-seated installation/performance that integrates found objects, drawing, silhouette and projection to tell the story of Suzanne Alexander, an African-American woman living in 1961 post-independence Ghana. After the sudden and mysterious disappearance of her husband, she seeks solace in the spirit of the composer Ludwig van Beethoven, whose letters she has been studying. Actors Natalie Paul and Paul-Robert Pryce play Suzanne and Beethoven, respectively.

Performances:
Wednesday – Saturday, January 15 – 18, at 8 pm and 8:45 pm
Sunday, January 19, at 8 pm and 8:45 pm
Wednesday – Friday, January 22 – 24, at 8 pm and 8:45 pm
Saturday, January 25, at 6 pm and 6:45 pm
The final performance on Saturday, January 25 is followed at 8 pm by a reading of Kennedy’s subsequent “Alexander plays,” including Ohio State Murders, The Film Club and The Dramatic Circle.

Tickets:
$10 ($7 for preview on Wednesday, January 15).
Available at www.brownpapertickets.com, or at the door.

Location:
JACK
505 1/2 Waverly Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11238
Between Fulton St. and Atlantic Ave. in Clinton Hill.
C or G train to Clinton-Washington.
Website: www.jackny.org

Water Street Pops! Coming Soon This December! December 1-15, 2013

The City of New York and The Berman Group are sponsoring Water Street Pops! - a series of activities and special events in Water Street's privately owned public spaces (POPS) - to activate and energize the Water Street corridor. For more information, and to view a calendar of events, click here.

The Shadows Took Shape

The upcoming show at the Studio Museum in Harlem - The Shadows Took Shape is a dynamic interdisciplinary exhibition exploring contemporary art through the lens of Afrofuturist aesthetics. It is a collaboration between LMCC alum William Cordova, the Houston based collective Otebenga Jones & Associate, and Nyeema Morgan who is currently in Workspace.

See more Information about the show at: The Future Is African

Read the press on NY Times: The Future Is African

An Exhibition Trilogy by President Clinton Projects

Let's celebrate (and mourn) these locations, communities, and artists. Let's carry on their eternal conversations about real estate and how they can continue live and work in New York.

Location One: a residential apartment in DUMBO / Oct 30th
fearing new work by Hein Koh, Leeza Meksin, Osamu Kobayashi, Colette Robbins, Andrea Bergart, Eleanna Anagnos, Julia Elsas, Heeseop Yoon, Jeremiah Teipen, Marcie Paper, Jiyoung Lee-Lodge, HyungSeop Shin, Sarah Walko
ONE NIGHT SHOW on Oct 30th 6-9PM

Location Two: a loading Dock in an industrial building in Sunset Park / Nov 9th
fearing new work by Jesse Greenberg ,Yevgeniya Baras, Joy Curtis, Nate Heiges,Norman Paris, Susan Bricker, Myeong Soo Kim , Claudia Cortinez /Carlos Vela-Prado, Nobutaka Aozaki, Tamara Zahaykevich, Ethan Greenbaum, Camel Collective, Sarah Mattes,Rosanna Bruno, Skyler Brickley, Sun You
ONE NIGHT SHOW on Nov 9th 6-9PM
75 19th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Contact for the show : Sun @ 973-752-5187
Special Guests: Michele Gambetta, ArtCondo, Tamara Zahaykevich, Artist Studio Affordability Project, Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City

Location Three: in a moving truck / Nov 23rd

*President Clinton Projects is a curatorial project founded in 2012 by Sun You.

NY Times Review on Ephrat Asherie’s performance

Read what the New York Times has to say about current Workspace participant Ephrat Asherie's performance in James Brown: Get on the Good Foot.

"Where those choreographers stumble, Ephrat Asherie succeeds. One of her numbers (credited to her, Jennifer Weber and Mr. Sallid) has her slinking in a red dress to 'It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World,' and the way she keeps falling to her back but also spinning on it — she’s an adept B-girl — eloquently and subtly salutes and questions Brown’s immeasurable impact on hip-hop alongside his troubling treatment of women."

Read the full review here.

Production of WINK

When: 11 performances between Nov 7 and Nov 24. See the website for days.
Where: The IRT on Christopher St
Info: http://www.terranovacollective.org/rx-wink.html
Tickets: RxWink.BrownPaperTickets.com
Discounts!: valid until 11:59pm, Oct 27th - $12 with code RxEarly

Ethan Greenbaum: Prospect | Opening Friday, October 25th, 6-8 PM

Ethan Greenbaum has exhibited at numerous galleries and institutions, including KANSAS, New York; Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York; Derek Eller Gallery, New York; Marlborough Gallery, New York; Socrates Sculpture Park, LIC; Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles; Michael Jon Gallery, Miami; The Suburban, Chicago; and The Aldrich Museum, Connecticut. Greenbaum received a MFA in Painting from Yale School of Art and is a co-editor of the Highlights, an online arts journal.

The gallery is located at 59 Franklin Street, three blocks South of Canal between Broadway and Lafayette. The closest subways are A/C/E,6,J/Z,N/Q/R and W at Canal and the 1 train at Franklin. For additional information, please contact Steven Stewart at KANSAS by calling +1 (646) 559-1423 or emailing steven@kansasgallery.com

Grant Award Announcement from The Rema Hort Mann Foundation

The Rema Hort Mann Foundation is excited and proud to announce the winners of their visual art grant award this year! This year's winners are:

Daniel Bejar
Andrew Brischler
Claudia Cortinez
Gaby Collins-Fernandez
Allison Ginsberg
EJ Hauser
Aliza Nisenbaum
Jennifer Packer

Be the first to see their work and meet these talented young artists. Join them in a celebration at their awards ceremony.

October 25th at 6pm
Taymour Grahne Gallery
157 Hudson Street (between Hubert and Laight Streets)
New York, NY

Please RSVP by October 20th to tanya@rhmfoundation.org. They hope to see you there!