26 posts tagged NYC
26 posts tagged NYC
JOE’S PUB IS LOOKING FOR ARTISTS WHO WOULD LIKE TO DRAW LIVE PERFORMANCES ON OUR STAGE!!!
For six years, Michael Arthur has been our Archival Artist, capturing dozens of performances as they happen. Now, we would like to invite you to participate.
If you want a chance to come and draw live during a performance at Joe’s Pub, please send us some sketchbook drawings you’ve done of musicians, actors and dancers. Each drawing will be reviewed by Joe’s Pub and Michael Arthur and several will be shared on our Tumblr.
Later this year we will extend an invitation for artists to draw a live performance in the venue.
Do you want to draw live at Joe’s Pub? Submit your sketchbook drawings HERE. (Please be sure to include your contact information.)
On October 30 we will be hosting a public reception for Michael Arthur on the mezzanine at The Public Theater (425 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003) where 20 of his portraits will be on display.
[From Michael Arthur: Here are a few drawings from one night at Joe’s Pub, drawn from the vantage point of the sound and light booth. First up was the midway performance of Mike Daisey’s 29 part monologue All The Faces Of The Moon. I’ve drawn Mike before, but usually he’s alone at his table. His co-stars for this ambitious piece are a series of paintings by is Larissa Tokmakova, and it seemed only fitting that I include a drawing of the night’s painting. Next up was Joey Arias, a performer who defies categorization, but if you wanted to try you could pull out “cabaret”, “chanteuse”, “Rocker”, “Mocker”, “Diva” and the list goes on. Joey is one of a kind. That’s it. A night at Joe’s Pub. It can run the gamut from one man with a story to tell to … Well, really anywhere imagination, talent and creativity can take you. As an artist trying to capture the energy on the stage, I have enjoyed the wondrous unpredictability of Joe’s Pub.]
For more information about Joe’s Pub, visit: http://www.joespub.com/
For more information on Michael Arthur, visit: http://inklines.tumblr.com/
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A Preliminary Art Readers’ Guide to the NYC Mayoral Race
“Apollo Amusing the Gods,” a political cartoon from and about the 1872 elections in Harper’s Weekly…
The Catalan Modernist architect Antoni Gaudi proposed a castle-like structure of conical towers rising some 1,100 feet into the sky for New York back in the very early 20th C.
It was envisioned as a downtown playhouse for the wealthy and elite, with lavishly appointed guest rooms, six floors of restaurants, a large theater and lecture hall, multiple galleries, and a 390-foot-tall exhibition space. A star-shaped sphere would top the tower, giving 30 people at a time unobstructed views of the city. Had it been built, it would have been the tallest building in the country.