VISIT

ATLANTIC TERMINUS – JON KINZEL

ATLANTIC TERMINUS – JON KINZEL {0}

FEBRUARY 2 – 13 – RESIDENCE + PERFORMANCES – “Atlantic Terminus” rests on the pretext of using Kinzel’s own belongings as a set. Evolving over two weeks, he will sustain an onsite multi-faceted studio practice in the gallery creating new work daily. He aims to disclose his particular history of making connections between visual art […]

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT {0}

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 – 6-19PM – SPECIAL EVENT – The Wassaic Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization, exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art. Reserve your tickets now here www.wassaicproject.org

ANIMA

ANIMA {0}

MARCH 5 – APRIL 14 – EXHBITION – The multi-sensory exhibition Anima is a meditation on the divide between Man and Animal and a reflection on the concept of the soul as told through a legendary Lacandon figure, K’in Obregon. Obregon is an important character for the Lacandon Maya people, who have been living who have been […]

RAUDER THRADUR – ANDREA DEFELICE & RYAN FRANK

RAUDER THRADUR – ANDREA DEFELICE & RYAN FRANK {0}

MARCH 5 – APRIL 30 – EXHIBITION – Rauder Thradur (Red Rhread in Icelandic) features the work of Brooklyn-based artists Andrea DeFelice and Ryan Frank who examine time and space through the transparent structure of the Glass House. DeFelice and Frank, who each spent time in Iceland in 2015, reflect on their individual experiences of […]

CLAP HANDS – JEN ROSENBLIT

CLAP HANDS – JEN ROSENBLIT {0}

APRIL 20-24, 26-28, 7.30PM – DANCE – Jen Rosenblit–a choreographer lauded for her “Sly, tender and spatially sophisticated” (The New York Times) performance pieces–returns to Live Arts to present her newest work. Clap Hands is a mating call, a solo for the body that needs bodies. While conceptually a solo, the work will navigate its […]

ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS

ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS {0}

MAY 7 – 8 – INVISIBLE DOG OPEN STUDIOS –  The 7th annual exhibition of all  Invisible Dog artists-in-residence and open studios. Once a year (and only once a year) do we open our artists’ studios to the public. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see what everyone has spent the year working on. Featuring […]

LOOK AND LISTEN FESTIVAL

LOOK AND LISTEN FESTIVAL {0}

FRIDAY MAY 6 – 8PM –  Look & Listen concludes with  an evening curated by pianist Phyllis Chen around the theme of “unusual spaces.” The program will feature Chen performing two world premieres that L+L aided in commissioning: a solo work by Jo Kondo, commissioned by New Music USA; then a new original work, commissioned […]

SNOW

SNOW {0}

JANUARY 29 & 30 – 8pm – PERFORMANCE – Snow is a new multimedia performance piece by composer John Glover and choreographer/puppeteer Jordan Morley combining the virtuosity of ever-inventive toy pianist Phyllis Chen, the artistry of dancers Dylan Crossman, Mistral Hay, Garnet Henderson,  Amber Sloan, Janie Taylor, Melissa Toogood, and the imaginations of instrument-builder Ranjit […]

CHRIS THORPE – RACHEL CHAVKIN

CHRIS THORPE – RACHEL CHAVKIN {0}

JANUARY 13-17, CONFIRMATION by CHRIS THORPE (UK) and RACHEL CHAVKIN (USA) – Centering on the political rifts currently cleaving society, Confirmation attempts to have an honorable dialogue, real and imagined, with extremist thinking. Developed through a series of conversations between Thorpe and a British activist from the extreme right, Confirmation tackles frustrations within political discourse […]

CATCH 71

CATCH 71 {0}

SATURDAY JANUARY 23 – 8PM – CATCH is a hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough and ready series of performance events that whirls through Brooklyn every month or two.  For over ten years Catch has given stage to emerging artists and downtown luminaries, pouring equal portions of community, love, and beer.  CATCH is curated with delicate irreverence by […]