30 posts tagged events
30 posts tagged events
Just 2 Weekends Left to Catch Brooklyn in Montreal
Montreal Brooklyn is an ongoing festival that celebrates the commonalities and contrasts of the two cities. There’s an excellent sense of energy in this exchange — both cities have hugely dynamic art scenes, and bringing them together helps everyone escape the bubble of individual art scenes. With just two weekends to go, this is a must-see. If you’re stuck in Brooklyn, worry not: Canada is coming here from January 10 to February 2, 2013.
Join Us on Tues Sept 13 to Explore the Art of Sleep
Laurie Frick has been delving deep into sleep, in fact she uses the data to create art works and installations that incorporate the abstractions that emerge from sleep monitoring and she creates rhythmic abstractions that feel sprawling and musical. The project is called Quantifying-me. Join us and discover a new depth to your sleep.
Join us on Tuesday, September 13 at 7:30pm at Hyperallergic HQ as she discusses her evolving project, the ideas that form the foundation of her art and the work she has created so far. READ MORE.
For more on sleep-related art works, check out John d’Addario’s The (Other) Sleep Artist.
Join Us on Wed Aug 17 to Discuss Outsourcing Art
Outsourcing, outsourcing, outsourcing! It has become an obsession with pundits and commentators as one of the many ills that plague America. The notion that a faceless figure overseas is answering your customer service calls, writing your corporate reports or programming your software is rampant in the American imagination and artist Andrew Norman Wilson is exploring this dark corner of our global consciousness with his “The Virtual Assistance” project.
Join us at 7:30 pm EST next Wednesday, August 17 at Hyperallergic HQ where he will discuss his curious art project that involves his hiring of a remote assistant in Bangalore, India. READ MORE.
Thursday June 23, 6:00-8:00pm
Book Release Party
Taking AIM! The Business of Being an Artist Today
Edited by Marysol Nieves
Published in collaboration with Fordham University Press
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program, The Bronx Museum of the Arts and Fordham University Press are releasing Taking AIM! The Business of Being an Artist Today. Edited by Marysol Nieves, this 312-page book features a number of essays and interviews by noted arts professionals on several areas of the art market.
Marysol Nieves is a New York-based independent curator and art consultant with more than 20 years’ museum and corporate art experience, specializing in contemporary and Latin American art.
Eleven Rivington, 11 Rivington Street, New York, NY
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What to Do During Northside Open Studios
This Friday kicks off a pretty epic weekend in Williamsburg. Along with the Northside Festival, Northside Open Studios will showcase our neighborhood’s art community, from artist’s studios to gallery shows and guerrilla events. Here are our picks for what not to miss…. READ MORE.
Office Space for Rent at Hyperallergic HQ in Williamsburg
We have the best office in the world and we want to share it with you. Over a year ago, we moved into this giant space from our previous office — which was 20% the size of this — with the intention of hosting numerous events and renting out desks. We haven’t hosted as many events as we thought we would — since blogging, editing, organizing and the business side of things consumes most of our time — but it’s finally time to talk about renting out those desks…. READ MORE.
Microscope Gallery & Arts in Bushwick present BOS FILM FESTIVAL 2011
June 4 & June 5, 2011
6-10PM both days
as part of the BOS 2011 Music, Film & Performance Festival
at Goodbye Blue Monday - BACKROOM
Microscope Gallery is curating for the first edition of BOS Film Festival in conjunction with the BOS Music Festival as part of Bushwick Open Studios 2011. The festival takes place on Saturday and Sunday June 4th and 5th from 6 to 10PM at Goodbye Blue Monday in the Backroom. The five programs each day include solo and group shows of film, music videos, YouTube channel works, live performance, and more from emerging to internationally recognized artists. And we kick off each evening with a program Bushwick Survey, short films & videos by Bushwick area artists selected from an open call. Admission is free to all screenings.
Eric Cheevers, Ben Coonley, Brian Frye, Andrew Lampert, Jeanne Liotta, Yasue Maetake, Jason Martin, Erik Moskowitz & Amanda Trager, Optipus (headed by Bradley Eros), Ray Sweeten, Cartune Xprez, Genevieve White, Seth Fragomen, Allison Somers, Courtney Fathom Sell & Billy Feldman, Henry G. Sanchez, Pia Coronel, Matthew de Leon, Steve Cossman, Erica Russo, Valerie Khoudari Ratner (w/ music by Michel Mazza), Alex Lake, Rachael Morrison, Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa, James Gannon & Joseph K. Gannon, Melissa Skluzacek, Joe Lueben, and Stephanie Wuertz.
Detailed Program is available at: http://www.microscopegallery.com/?page_id=2864
EVENT: BOS Film Festival 2011
TIME: June 4&5 6-10PM
LOCATION: Goodbye Blue Monday
1087 Broadway (btwn Pulaski & DeKalb)
New York, NY 11221
SUBWAY: J/M/Z Broadway/Myrtle Ave