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  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    12 AM
    Austrian Cultural Forum, 11 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

    EXHIBITION EXHIBITION MARIT WOLTERS: EVERYTHING THAT IS SOLID DISSOLVES INTO AIR WEDNESDAY JUN 20 - MONDAY SEP 03 The Austrian Cultural Forum New York, in collaboration with studio das weisse haus and Erste Bank, is pleased to present its summer art installation Everything That Is Solid Dissolves Into Air by Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Art Award recipient Marit Wolters. On display from June 20 to September 3, 2018, Everything That Is Solid Dissolves Into Air envisions an optimistic image of our society while inviting us to reflect on the transformative potential established by the relational processes stemming from social issues such as migration.   By breaking up standardized methods of processing and assembling materials, the Vienna-based artist Marit Wolters questions the relation we have with the structures that constitute our society. Architecture decisively influences our behavior, our feelings and the way we perceive life. Its structures provide information on social ideas, processes and functional mechanisms. For her solo exhibition at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Wolters uses materials that are known from the construction industry: Aerated concrete sculptures and reinforced steel structures are created in a dialectic process of assembly and disassembly, demolding and reformulation. Her processual work allows the possibility of failure as a method of development and constitution. In her sculptures the potential of collapsing is present, sometimes endured, often exploited, in order to make new assemblages possible. What is assumed and perceived as stable becomes fragile and fragmentary, a metaphor of our time. ABOUT MARIT WOLTERS Marit Wolters (born 1985, Achim, Germany) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden and the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. She has received several awards and grants from institutions such as the DAAD, the Syn Foundation, and the Republic of Austria. Her work has been exhibited internationally including shows at the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation; Hamburger Bahnhof; Staatliche Museen zu Berlin; Sculpture Park, Joanneum Graz; Academy of Science in Halle; Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna. Wolters lives and works in Vienna.   ABOUT THE ExtraVALUE ART AWARD A collaboration between Austrian residence and studio program studio das weisse haus, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, and Erste Bank, the Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Art Award was initiated in 2016 with the aim to promote a young artist and facilitate a one-month residency in New York as a phase of inspiration and to expand their network. Artists whose work has already...

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8 PM
    LIC-A Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY

    THIS PRODUCTION, WRITTEN BY AARON POSNER, TAKES US DEEP INTO CHEKHOV'S CATHARTIC LOVE QUADRANGLE AS IT ATTEMPTS TO DISCOVER, WITH META-THEATRICALITY, WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO BE AN ARTIST, AND WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO LOVE. (New York, NY) - Stripped Scripts® ("Tomorrow In The Battle, an Ars Nova Fling), in association with Long Island City Artists Inc. and The Plaxall Gallery ("Garden Of Delights"), has announced that it will present Aaron Posner's STUPID F##KING BIRD, a satirical spin on the Chekhov's classic text, "The Seagull", directed by Adam Knight ("In The Room, "Naperville"), running July 6th - July 21st, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at The Plaxall Gallery (5-25 46 Avenue, Long Island City). www.strippedscripts.com The play, written by Aaron Posner, reimagines Chekhov's classic text as a contemporary artist's journey attempting to find new forms of art by living in this present moment. The characters' stories are at once hysterical, tragic and cathartic as they desperately attempt to find out what it means to be an artist. This meta-theatrical experience, grounded in the disappointment inherent in growing up in the world we live in today, asks the question: Art, Love Happiness can we have it all? LIC-A will curate a LIC-A member's exhibition specifically themed to Stripped Scripts®' Stupid F##king Bird titled Yours, And Always, Only Yours. The exhibition will take place in The Plaxall Gallery's 12,000 sq ft warehouse space. This unique artistic experience will couple visual art with Aaron Posner's dynamic play, Stupid F##king Bird. Yours, And Always, Only Yours will open on July 5th, and will be on view until August 5th. Gallery hours: Thursday from 6pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm. The cast of STUPID F##KING BIRD features OLIVIER RENAUD (Cirque Du Soleil), JAY WILLIAM THOMAS ("Dementia 13"), MARY RUTH BAGGOTT ("Brokers"), TANA SIROIS ("Broad Comedy"), DAVID LEEPER ("At The Flash"), ALLISON THREADGOLD ("Tomorrow In The Battle") AND DONAL BROPHY ("Sleep No More"). AARON POSNER (Playwright) is an American playwright, theatre director, and co-founder of the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. He has previously adapted The Chosen based on a novel of the same name, My Name Is Asher Lev, based on Potok's 1972 novel. He has adapted Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (titled Life Sucks) and Three Sisters titled (No Sisters). ADAM KNIGHT (Director) is co-founder of the Off-Off Broadway Slant Theatre Project, where he has produced 25 world premieres and worked with artists such as Lucy Alibar, Bekah Brunstetter, Adam Rapp and Mat Smart. NYC credits...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8 PM
    LIC-A Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY

    THIS PRODUCTION, WRITTEN BY AARON POSNER, TAKES US DEEP INTO CHEKHOV'S CATHARTIC LOVE QUADRANGLE AS IT ATTEMPTS TO DISCOVER, WITH META-THEATRICALITY, WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO BE AN ARTIST, AND WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO LOVE. (New York, NY) - Stripped Scripts® ("Tomorrow In The Battle, an Ars Nova Fling), in association with Long Island City Artists Inc. and The Plaxall Gallery ("Garden Of Delights"), has announced that it will present Aaron Posner's STUPID F##KING BIRD, a satirical spin on the Chekhov's classic text, "The Seagull", directed by Adam Knight ("In The Room, "Naperville"), running July 6th - July 21st, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at The Plaxall Gallery (5-25 46 Avenue, Long Island City). www.strippedscripts.com The play, written by Aaron Posner, reimagines Chekhov's classic text as a contemporary artist's journey attempting to find new forms of art by living in this present moment. The characters' stories are at once hysterical, tragic and cathartic as they desperately attempt to find out what it means to be an artist. This meta-theatrical experience, grounded in the disappointment inherent in growing up in the world we live in today, asks the question: Art, Love Happiness can we have it all? LIC-A will curate a LIC-A member's exhibition specifically themed to Stripped Scripts®' Stupid F##king Bird titled Yours, And Always, Only Yours. The exhibition will take place in The Plaxall Gallery's 12,000 sq ft warehouse space. This unique artistic experience will couple visual art with Aaron Posner's dynamic play, Stupid F##king Bird. Yours, And Always, Only Yours will open on July 5th, and will be on view until August 5th. Gallery hours: Thursday from 6pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm. The cast of STUPID F##KING BIRD features OLIVIER RENAUD (Cirque Du Soleil), JAY WILLIAM THOMAS ("Dementia 13"), MARY RUTH BAGGOTT ("Brokers"), TANA SIROIS ("Broad Comedy"), DAVID LEEPER ("At The Flash"), ALLISON THREADGOLD ("Tomorrow In The Battle") AND DONAL BROPHY ("Sleep No More"). AARON POSNER (Playwright) is an American playwright, theatre director, and co-founder of the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. He has previously adapted The Chosen based on a novel of the same name, My Name Is Asher Lev, based on Potok's 1972 novel. He has adapted Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (titled Life Sucks) and Three Sisters titled (No Sisters). ADAM KNIGHT (Director) is co-founder of the Off-Off Broadway Slant Theatre Project, where he has produced 25 world premieres and worked with artists such as Lucy Alibar, Bekah Brunstetter, Adam Rapp and Mat Smart. NYC credits...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    11 PM
    Meet at Visitor Info Booth on Chapel Rd at Snug Harbor, 1000 Richmond Terrace, New York, NY

    Hear the fascinating stories behind the architecture that put the former Sailors Snug Harbor on the map. Learn about the people responsible for 28 historic buildings dating from 1833, including six of the first New York City Landmarks and one of the finest collections of Greek Revival architecture. Visit Snug Harbors Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and learn how Snug Harbor continues its role as a major art destination on Staten Island. Art & Architecture Tour: Tours begin at 11:00 AM June 9, 23 | July 7, 21 | August 4, 18 | September 1, 15

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    2 PM
    ACE LUX NYC, 2149 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

    DATE: SUNDAY JULY 22ND DJ KOFI & ACE LUX is TAKING YOU BACK TO THE 90'S, COME THROUGH IN YOUR 90S GEARS This event will have two segment PAINT with Artist: Emeika. A 3PM-5PM $35 (must rsvp via eventbrite) KICKBACK & CHILL with Dj Kofi  Vibe out to some 90s music while wearing your 90s gear in a dope atmosphere lets take it back to the good times and good music with DJ Kofi and special guest Dj's  5pm - Until  $20 (by the door) Those who will like to paint please arrive at 2PM - 2:45PM those who come after 3pm will not be allowed to paint it is crutial that the paint segment beginings no later than 3pm.  Drinks and Appitizers will be served in both segments (Those who will be painting will get both a complementary drink and appitizers) DRESS CODE: 90s

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Brooklyn Mirage 140 Stewart Ave Brooklyn NY

    François Kevorkian (January 10, 1954, Rodez, France) is a French producer and DJ based in New York City. Kevorkian started DJing in New York in 1976 while playing the drums in a club where Walter Gibbons was DJing. He was also responsible for many remixes on Prelude Records where he worked in A&R. He had many guest appearences at the legendary Paradise Garage and toured with Larry Levan in Japan shortly before Larry's death. He also was resident at Body And Soul with Danny Krivit and Joe Claussell. He runs Wave Music and owns Axis Studios. Born In 1957 Growing up in Greenwich Village, New York City, in the 1960s, Danny was surrounded by music. His mother was an accomplished jazz singer and his father was the manager of legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker before going on to open up "The Ninth Circle", a Village hot spot, where Danny worked as a boy. It was here that Danny met some of the most influential people in the music scene; Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Charlie Mingus, John Lennon & Yoko Ono amongst others. His home was also a hotbed of musical inspiration, with The Mothers of Invention living down the hall, and Sid Bernstein (Manager of The Rascals) living upstairs, regularly popping down to the Krivit household to practice their future hits on the piano. At school, a close friend and classmate was the son of Creed Taylor, the production genius behind many artists who recorded on the VERVE, C.T.I. and KUDA labels, and another close friend was the legendary soul guru Nile Rogers. By 1970 Danny was already a vinyl junkie & an amateur DJ, But DJ'ing as a profession wasn't realized until 1971, after another neighbor/friend of Danny's (Vice President of Polydor Records) introduced Danny to one of his artists - none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label promo copies of his "Get on the Good foot" and "Think" by Lynn Collins. Soon after, Danny started Djing at "The Ninth Circle" which by now had been transformed into a disco. In 1975, Danny's father opened his second club, "Ones", Danny was their sole DJ through 1977. Danny's sets were a big success and from this he started promoting and Djing at his own after-hours club down the street. At this stage, Danny was becoming part of the underground scene, club-hopped a lot, meeting some of the greatest DJ names of the time. These included Nicky Siano (of the Gallery), Walter Gibbons (of Galaxy 21), Tee Scott (of Better Days) ,David Rodriguez (of The Limelight), Richie Kaczar (Club Hollywood), and Bobby DJ (of Le Jardin) amongst others. Although all outstanding names, one DJ and club...

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    10 PM
    Private Studio, The address will be communicated privately by email, Brooklyn, NY

    Date: Sunday July 22th Time: 10am - 4pm Admission: $150 Location: Private Location - Address disclosed upon ticket purchase The 19th century of the Victorian Era was a time rife with sentimental culture. Death rates were high due to numerous factors including disease, war, and high childhood mortality. Queen Victoria was an unlikely fashion icon and submerged herself in mourning after the deaths of both her husband, Prince Albert, and her mother in 1861. Aside from her mostly black wardrobe, she was widely known for her love of mourning jewelry, which very contained hair of a loved one inside. Victorian hairwork became very popular in both jewelry and shadowbox form during the 19th century and into the beginning of the 20th century. It transcended the concept of a wearable human relic into a fashion statement during this time period. In todays workshop, participants will learn to create wire-work and palette worked hair items that would be used in shadowbox creation. We will be working with copper wire and horsehair to form intricate twists and braiding that can be manipulated in various ways to form flowers, leaves, berries, and other shapes. Participants will be able to make an item suitable for mounting in a frame, or wearing as a brooch or hairclip. All materials, including horsehair, will be provided by instructor. Participants are welcome to bring human hair if they like! Professor Karen Bachmann teaches at both Pratt Institute and Fashion Institute of Design. She specializes in jewelry, holloware, and decorative art. She has particular interests in medieval memento mori and 19th century sentimental work. She is a practicing studio jeweler and a former master jeweler at Tiffany & Co. She has had work published in Art Jewelry Today, and the Lark 500 series books. Written published work includes Hairy Secrets: Human Relic as Memory Object in Victorian Hairwork Jewelry. Her most recent publication is an essay on hairwork in the book Death: a Graveside Companion, Thames & Hudson.

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    6 PM
    GR gallery, 255 Bowery, New York, NY

    GR Gallery is pleased to present Super Matter, a cutting edge solo show featuring the urban art collaborative duo ASVP revealing for the first time a completely new body of artworks. The show will unveil 18 fresh artworks including paintings, prints and site specific installation, expressly designed for this event and manufactured to throw the viewer into a mesmerizing cosmos defined by bright colors and bit and pieces of recognizable icons inserted in a mysterious context that stimulate its curiosity. Opening reception: Wednesday July 25 6:00pm - 9:00pm (Exhibition Dates: July 25 August 19 2018) Members of the press can contact GR Gallery in advance to schedule a private viewing and/or an interview. The artists will be attending the opening night. GR Gallery, 255 Bowery (between Houston & Stanton) New York, NY 10002. SUPER MATTER aims to investigate and present for the first time the latest artistic output of this, internationally known and brilliant artistic duo, who is not only caracterized by a strong Urban Art and New Pop Culture influence, but are also deeply connected through a witty and cutting edged visual aesthetic. Through the invention of odd and intriguing characters, that by now become popular icons of the contemporary urban imagery, and the use of colorful and distinguished shapes, they are creating a stylish visionary world as a medium to depict todays society, bringing to the next level the concept of Street Culture. Marshalls alter ego is the Space Monkey, a character through which he expresses his emotions and ideas, interpreting his concept of a human being lost in a growing sea of technology and convenience. While Buffs delivers his vision of the world through captivating, typographic and apparently happy characters living in bubbly landscapes, which delights us with their playful imagination and creative energy. The artists have known each other for long time and reciprocally appreciated each others creations but they never had the chance to exhibit together until now. For their first collaborative show they chose NYC and, more specifically, the Bowery, an iconic spot for exploring the boundaries of Street Art and to get engaged in a conversation that leads to the creation of a new urban spirit. For this groovy new project, they are preparing an astonishing design planning, uncovering an unanticipated visual layout that will reinvent completely the art gallery space and will strongly disorient and surprise the viewer, hurling him into a funky and profound dimension. Spaced Out will start its exhibition itinerary by displaying couple...

  • July 25
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    7:30 PM
    Lincoln Center, New York, NY

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7 PM
    House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

    Foreplay is the genesis of an erotic encounter. A single look, one word exchanged, catching a whiff of a scent, the feeling of their breath on your lips before the kiss. Foreplay is how we begin to connect and trust before our bodies entwine and penetrate. Foreplay is good for you. Foreplay - the show - is exactly an hour and a half of emotionally and physically intimate acts between you (our Guests) and us (the House). Lines between those who watch and those who are watched will be blurred, roles often reversed, boundaries at times pressed against. *** Costumes are MANDATORY for this events. NO JEANS, NO TEESHIRTS. You will not be allowed to enter without a creative outfit. Please see here for costume inspiration: https://pin.it/5s54jeehskdqru *** *** Filming & Photorgaphy are prohibited at this event. We will have a professional photographer covering the event. Please keep your phones away for the duration of the event. *** We prefer you standing up for this one. Acts will not be contained to the stage. We will entertain in the round, from the inside out. Produced by Anya Sapozhnikova You will move. You will explore. You will be fed. Doors at 7pm | Show at 8pm  MUST ARRIVE BY 8:30PM TO GUARANTEE ENTRY. 21+ | No Re-Entry *Please let your server know if you have any food allergies* ::::::: Consent Policy :::::::Behave with beauty, connect with intention. We are obsessed with Consent. Always ASK before touching anyone in our House. Always ASK before photographing your fellow patrons. Photos of our performers are welcome and encouraged. If someone is violating your boundaries or harassing you, please report them to a security guard or any staff member. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment. If you feel something, say something, and we will help. Questions, comments, concerns? Let us know: consent@houseofyes.org. ::::::: Community and Accessibility :::::::This is a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved. Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other form of discrimination will not be tolerated at our House. All entrances and spaces within the venue are single-level. There are stairs leading to the upper portions of the stage, for those who wish to dance in the spotlight. Strobe lights are used during performances and parties. ALL bathrooms in our venue are gender neutral. #BESTSHOWSEVER

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    7:45 PM
    Catland, 987 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

    With SHOWDINGER!, you never know what you're going to get, but it's going to be damn-fun. A blend of visual art, stand-up, witchcraft and booze, SHOWDINGER! is a party you don't want to miss. Located at the iconic Catland Books, Okazigo is proud to bring together some of Brooklyn's best artists and comedians for an intimate and daring night of underground entertainment. Featuring comedians Gabe Pacheco (Secret Loft, Funhouse Comedy), Hannah Boone (Carolines, The Pepperoni Zone), Ethan S.P. (Side Door Comedy), and headliner Carmen Lagala (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert).  Exhibition includes art from Gregory Uzelac and the founders of ArtHole, Bloody Maggie and Chipnipple. Tickets can be bought online and/or at the door. Doors open to view art at 7:45pm. 

  • July 28
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8 PM
    Spectrum NYC, 70 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY

    A Multi-Sensory Concert Featuring Works by Debussy, Durieux, Ravel, Messiaen, and a US Premiere by Jarosław Kapuściński using Antescofo Software Claude Debussy: Etude, Pour les huit doigts Claude Debussy: Etude, Pour les quartes Claude Debussy: Prelude Book 2 No.11, Les tierces alternées Claude Debussy: Prelude Book 2 No.11, Feux d’artifice Frédéric Durieux: Pour tous ceux qui tombent – Hommage à RAVEL Maurice Ravel: Oiseux tristes Olivier Messiaen: Cantéyodjayâ Jaroslaw Kapuściński: Calligraphies for Ziqi (US Premiere) Jaroslaw Kapuściński: Side Effects Watch an Excerpt of Kapuściński’s Side Effects: http://bit.ly/2ymsaQb "dynamic and unconventional" – The New York Times On Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 8:00pm, Spectrum presents contemporary Chinese-American pianist Jenny Q Chai in Sonorous Brushes, a multi-sensory program employing Chai’s unique form of synesthesia. The program explores repertoire that lives at the intersection of color and sound, exploring this meeting of the senses through important works of the colorful Impressionistic era paired with new works created using Artificial Intelligence technology. In order to fully realize this concept, Chai completed a six-month residency at Cité des Arts in Paris, where she worked simultaneously on the musical performance and the paintings associated with each score. Sonorous Brushes was designed and premiered at Wigmore Hall in London on June 26, 2018. The program features Debussy Etudes Pour les huit doigts and Pour les quartes, Les tierces alternée and Feux d’artifice from Debussy’s Prelude Book 2 No.11, Frédéric Durieux’s Pour tous ceux qui tombent – Hommage à Ravel, Ravel’s Oiseux tristes, and Messiaen’s Cantéyodjayâ. The evening ends with two audio-visual works by Polish composer and Stanford University Music Department Chair, Jaroslaw Kapuściński: Side Effects and the US premiere of Calligraphies for Ziqi. Chai explains, “To begin our journey of synesthesia, we open with Frédéric Durieux’s Pour tous ceux qui tombent-Hommage à Ravel, a tribute to the melancholy often found in Ravel’s music, as so beautifully represented by Ravel’s Oiseux tristes. Messiaen’s Cantéyodjayâ, based on Indonesian rhythms, demonstrates the synesthetic composer’s use of sound palette in his own strong and expressionistic way. As we jump forward to the 21st century, Artificial Intelligence technologies such as the highly advanced Antescofo program allow computers to act as intelligent and attentive co-performers. As the performer plays, the computer listens and anticipates their actions. It can then play its own visual and...

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    12 AM
    MANA CONTEMPORARY 888 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07306

    ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION ISABEL CZERWENKA-WENKSTETTEN IN "PLEASE TOUCH: BODY BOUNDARIES" SUNDAY APR 29 - WEDNESDAY AUG 01 Austrian artist Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten is featured in “Please Touch: Body Boundaries”, a group exhibition at Mana Contemporary of over thirty artists who have rendered or alluded to the body to illuminate larger conceptions of identity, femininity, and the gaze.  Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten/ICW is an Austrian visual artist living and working in Vienna. www.isabel-czerwenka-wenkstetten.com Exhibition Opening: April 29, 2018; 12 – 8 PM At the opening, Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten/ICW will show a video and present her performance “hooked and looped” (angek(l)ettet). For more information please visit: www.manacontemporary.com Image: ARTIST´S MILK # 14, Concept: Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten; Picture by Klaus Pichler, 2012 VENUE MANA CONTEMPORARY 888 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07306

  • Aug 1
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 1
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    8 PM
    Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

  • Aug 2
    2018

    THURSDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 3
    2018

    FRIDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 4
    2018

    SATURDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 4
    2018

    SATURDAY
    11 PM
    Meet at Visitor Info Booth on Chapel Rd at Snug Harbor, 1000 Richmond Terrace, New York, NY

    Hear the fascinating stories behind the architecture that put the former Sailors Snug Harbor on the map. Learn about the people responsible for 28 historic buildings dating from 1833, including six of the first New York City Landmarks and one of the finest collections of Greek Revival architecture. Visit Snug Harbors Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and learn how Snug Harbor continues its role as a major art destination on Staten Island. Art & Architecture Tour: Tours begin at 11:00 AM June 9, 23 | July 7, 21 | August 4, 18 | September 1, 15

  • Aug 5
    2018

    SUNDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 6
    2018

    MONDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 6
    2018

    MONDAY
    10 PM
    The Lark, 311 West 43rd Street, New York, NY

    New York City August 6-10, 2018 10am-5:30pm Monday-Friday Fee: $400 Leader: Chantal Bilodeau The Incubator is open to artists, activists, scientists, and educators who want to engage or further their engagement with climate change through artistic practices. All disciplines are welcome and individuals from traditionally underrepresented populations and communities are encouraged to attend. The Incubator is an inclusive environment that supports diverse perspectives. During this 5-day intensive, participants interact with guest speakers from fields such as environmental humanities, climate science, climate change communication, and visual and performing arts. Work sessions allow participants to dig deep into the challenges and concerns of working at the intersection of arts and climate change such as embracing activism without sacrificing personal vision and artistic integrity, letting go of the idea of "product," and bringing the arts to non-traditional audiences. Group exercises and discussions cover a range of topics including: - Strategies to engage artistically with climate change - Ways to take the arts out of traditional venues - How to develop collaborative projects with non-arts partners - How to activate audiences and create greater engagement with climate change issues All sessions will take place in the studio of The Lark at 311 West 43rd Street, New York, NY. Limited to 20 participants. Availability is on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, contact us by clicking the email icon on the bottom right corner of the page. For examples of work at the intersection of art and climate change, visit Artists & Climate Change, an initiative of The Arctic Cycle. For examples of work at the intersection of art and climate change, visit the Artists & Climate Change website: http:\\artistsandclimatechange.com Visit the Arctic Cycle website: www.thearcticcycle.org

  • Aug 7
    2018

    TUESDAY
    12 AM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Kimmel Center for University Life Room: 8th Floor Stovall Gallery

    Explore the unique artistic visions of fellow administrators at the 21st annual AMC Art Show! Visual and literary pieces are welcome. Art will be displayed in the Stovall Gallery (Kimmel Center, 8th fl) from May 25 - September 19, 2018. Contact Scott Lewis for additional information. Artists and their guests will also be invited to our annual reception where administrators will also perform their spoken word pieces.

  • Aug 7
    2018

    TUESDAY
    10:30 AM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    It isn’t often that over a mile stretch of Manhattan waterfront becomes available for the development of commercial and residential innovations. But that is what happened when the meat market, freight and passenger ship travel left West Chelsea. It isn’t often that over a mile stretch of Manhattan waterfront becomes available for the development of commercial and residential innovations. But that is what happened when the meat market, freight and passenger ship travel left West Chelsea. The change began with the prospect of turning a long-unused set of elevated tracks into the High Line Park. Some of the world’s most prominent architects — Renzo Piano, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid — have designed spectacular structures here that make this neighborhood a world-class architectural destination. Tour highlights include: Piano's Whitney Museum of American Art Gehry's "Glass Schooner" Polshek's "Voyeur’s Hotel" Nouvel's "Vision Machine" Hadid's first residential project in New York City Tour details will be communicated via email 24-36 hrs in advance of the scheduled tour. If we do not have an email address on file, we will do our best to contact you by phone. Please make sure that all contact information is accurate and current. If you have not received details 24 hrs in advance of the tour, please contact customer service at 212.415.5500 to receive details for the meeting location, itinerary and contact information for the tour guide. All tours run rain or shine and itineraries are subject to change.

  • Aug 7
    2018

    TUESDAY
    10:30 AM
    92nd St Y - 1395 Lexington Ave, New York NY

    It isn’t often that over a mile stretch of Manhattan waterfront becomes available for the development of commercial and residential innovations. But that is what happened when the meat market, freight and passenger ship travel left West Chelsea. It isn’t often that over a mile stretch of Manhattan waterfront becomes available for the development of commercial and residential innovations. But that is what happened when the meat market, freight and passenger ship travel left West Chelsea. The change began with the prospect of turning a long-unused set of elevated tracks into the High Line Park. Some of the world’s most prominent architects — Renzo Piano, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid — have designed spectacular structures here that make this neighborhood a world-class architectural destination. Tour highlights include: Piano's Whitney Museum of American Art Gehry's "Glass Schooner" Polshek's "Voyeur’s Hotel" Nouvel's "Vision Machine" Hadid's first residential project in New York City Tour details will be communicated via email 24-36 hrs in advance of the scheduled tour. If we do not have an email address on file, we will do our best to contact you by phone. Please make sure that all contact information is accurate and current. If you have not received details 24 hrs in advance of the tour, please contact customer service at 212.415.5500 to receive details for the meeting location, itinerary and contact information for the tour guide. All tours run rain or shine and itineraries are subject to change.

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