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Topic: Brooklyn - Art & Artists

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Gotta Luv-me

2004-01-30

Post #: 64
 

Considering the amount of visual artists in Brooklyn..
It should be a main topic not a sub category.

All Communities Arts - Sheepshead Bay, Gravesend.

Bellwether Art Gallery - Offering Contemporary works of art.

Cave Gallery - Featuring performance art, paintings, video installations, photography, sculpture and mixed media by international artists.

Ch'i : An Art Space; - Exhibits contemporary paintings, photography, monoprints, digital art, mixed media, and wood, stone and metal sculpture by living, midcareer and emerging, artists from around the world.

Goliath - A visual space interested in showing emerging and alternative artists.

Jessica Murray Projects - Contemporary art gallery provides listing of current, previous exhibitions, artists biographies and directions.

Mastel + Mastel Gallery - Showcasing paintings, sculptures, multi-media and other media from artists on the verge.

Metaphor Contemporary Art - Contemporary art gallery exhibiting the works of mid career and emerging artists working in all media.

Peche B. Artworks - Art and craft products, community workshop. Profile, photographs, contact information.

Plus Ultra Gallery - Williamsburg. Contemporary art. Profile, exhibits, artists, contact information

The Popcorn Room - Park Slope. Hosts weekly events such as video screenings and author readings.

Sideshow Gallery Williamsburg - Representing contenporary artists. Profile, photographs, contact information.

BROOKLYN In da house

2004-01-30

Post #: 65
 

BROOKLYN SHOW:
Ward Shelley At Pierogi

http://www.atoa.ws/cgi-bin/view_topics.pl?forum_ID=3&topic_ID=34

Aawaa Kingscounty

2004-01-25

Post #: 66
 

The Asian American Women Artists Alliance had their inaugural exhibition for the A.A.W.A.A. Gallery.
Located at 136 15th Street, Park Slope Brooklyn.

In honor of the Lunar New Year they had a troupe of Lion Dancers and a magician.
The gallery staff also had a "hands on" demo in dumpling making.

The current exhibition features 12 artists and showcases 30 artwork of photography, abstract paintings, fiber collages, digital prints, etchings and watercolors.

AAWAA settles in Brooklyn represents the rich diversity of AAWAA members in terms of culture as well as a broad range of artistic approaches in a variety of disciplines. Seema Christie of Indian decent, paints tempera on paper that are inspired by spiritual enlightment. Suejin Jo?s small acrylic paintings are part of her Italian experience. Yan Kong?s Four Seasons on rice paper gives hints of her Chinese heritage yet modern in expression. Three photographers, Alice Benessia ( Italian), Chie Nishio (Japanese), Anna Song (Korean) each sees life manifest through their trained eyes. Yeachin Tsai?s etching is colorful and mysterious; Marianne Ramos ?s drawings on canvas are engaging and detached the same time; Fannie Lee?s fiber collage is poetic and reminiscing; Karin Soika?s ink drawing is powerfully German expressionistic; Jacie Lee Almira?s mixed media work dwells on life in detail.

The Asian American Women Artists Alliance is a nonprofit organization that supports and promotes Asian American Women Artists in the visual, literary and performing arts by organizing exhibitions, performances, and readings, and by sponsoring educational workshops and seminars that help artists develop their careers.
AAWAA was formed in 1998 to create an intergenerational, Pan-Asian network for emerging and established women artists.
www.aawaa.org

Bohemian

2004-01-27

Post #: 84
 

The New York Times : Weekend Section
Jan.23,2004 had a lead article
"Sampling Brooklyn, Keeper of Eclectic Flames
By HOLLAND COTTER

"If you say Art and Brooklyn in the same sentence, you probably mean Williamsburg, which for about a decade has been the only viable alternatice to Chelsea in the NY gallery scene.
NY rents are now punishing, with the result that artists have scattered into neighborhoods like Greenpoint, Crown Heights, Bed-Sty and Red Hook."

Brooklyn In da house

2004-01-30

Post #: 85
 

So many fine BROOKLYN gallery spaces..
so little time !

From the Rotunda in Brooklyn Heights to
the studios at DUMBO.

From the heardy folks in Red Hook
to kielbasa/rice-n-beans Williamsburg/Greenpoint:
Kenn Bass at Roebling Hall 390 Wythe
Kimberely Hart at Bellwether 335 Grand
Jaakko Heikkila at SideShow 319 Bedford
Enriched at Parker's Box
Ward Shelley at Pierogi 177 N 9th
Kult48Klubhouse at Deitch Projects 110 N 1st
Series 1 at Naked Duck 66 Jackson
Joe McKay at Vertexist 133 Bayaard...
Champion Fine Art on N 7th St, Schroeder Romero on N 3rd...
ect....

and what about Teddy's....

Diesel Gallery Red Hook, Brooklyn

2004-01-30

Post #: 96
 

Diesel Gallery,
in beautiful -down wind- Red Hook, Brooklyn.

A two person show; Tuna Johanson /Annunciation
and Daniel Genova /An Almost Silent Winter

Closing reception:
>*< Saturday, January 31st,
>*< 5:00 - 8:00 pm
>*< Music performances throughout...

242 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn, 11231
A-F to Jay Street, B-61 to Red Hook, Commerce Street,
or F to Carroll, 2nd Place to BQE, over ramp, Summit
St. to Van Brunt, 2 blocks on right

Gallery Hours:
Saturday: 1-5 PM or by appointment
For Information call 718-222-9187 or 917-251-4070

and visit www.dieselgallery.com or
www.ridgestreetartists.com
e-mail theridgest@yahoo.com (if website is not updated respond by email)

And...The Ridge Street Meeting & Solstice II Show Pick up
is Tuesday, February 3rd
9:30-10:30pm
Teddy's in Williamsburg - Brooklyn
North 8 and Berry
L to Bedford, two blocks over

Kathleen Laziza

interdisciplinary artist/producer

www.micromuseum.com

2004-01-29

Post #: 100
 

Micro Museum is a living art center at 123 Smith Street
in Downtown Brooklyn. It serves over 600 performing, visual and media artists every year. Exhibitons, broadcasts and performances vary from month to month. Check our website for details or walk in any Saturday from 12 - 6 PM. Donations are accepted.
(718) 797-3116 or www.micromuseum.com

Brooklyn In da house

2004-01-30

Post #: 101
 

Brooklyn Arts Council Info at:

http://www.brooklynartscouncil.org/index.cfm

Brooklyn's Bronze Bear

2004-02-07

Post #: 148
 

Come stroll up to the highest point in Brooklyn. See spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and New York harbor. Visit the final restiing place pf Louis Comfort Tiffany, musical great Leonard Bernstein, see the elaborate marble carvings memorializing the tragedy of the French Lady (Charlotte Canda), the spectacular marble memorial to Jane Griffith, the heroic bronze of De Witt Clinton.

In 2002 Dan Ostermiller's bronze bear sculpture was dedicated to William Holbrook Beard painter of the famed "Bulls and Bears in the Market".

Green-Wood Cemetery
500 25th Street
Brooklyn New York
www.green-wood.com

Haiti

2004-02-11

Post #: 199
 

Creole Haiti Culture
Bel Vision Gallerie Des Arts
Brooklyn New York

www.bcat.tv
www.bricstudio.org

Brooklyn Rail . org

Winner?2003 & 2002 -Utne Ind. Press Award

http://www.brooklynrail.org/

2004-02-13

Post #: 232
 

Why should I read The Brooklyn Rail?

Winner?2003 & 2002
Utne Independent Press Award
for Best Local/Regional Coverage

Independent Press Association -
New York Ethnic and Community Press Awards
for 2003
http://www.brooklynrail.org/

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. Pete's Candystore

2004-02-17

Post #: 255
 

Open slide nights

Open Microphone nights

Opening minds - - - all the time

Pete's Candystore
709 Lorimer St. at Richardson Street
in Williamsburg
across the river
in Brooklyn

Brooklyn In da House

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/about

2004-02-23

Post #: 273
 

Second largest Art Museum in New York City:

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/about

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. ROTUNDA GALLERY

2004-02-26

Post #: 293
 

REDUCE-REUSE-REEXAMINE

THUR, MARCH 18 6-8 pm
ROTUNDA GALLERY
33 CLINTON ST
BKLYN 11201

PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH
GLYNDOR GALLERTY @ WAVE HILL IN THE BRONX
MARCH 18 thru MAY 8

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. NURTUREart

www.nurtureart.org

2004-02-29

Post #: 299
 

====== Emerging Curators Program News ======

OPPORTUNITIES FOR CURATORS : Proposal receipt deadline for group exhibitions (Fall 2004 season) is May 1 at 6 p.m.

NURTUREart allows emerging curators to get experience by curating NURTUREart exhibitions. Join the NURTUREart Emerging Curator Program, or submit a proposal for an exhibition.

ATTENTION NURTUREart REGISTRY ARTISTS!
Please mark your calendar - October 1, annually.

475 Keap St, Ground Floor, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
www.nurtureart.org

Poto Mitan
a.k.a. Haitian Creole

2004-03-03

Post #: 312
 

Tequila Minsky, photo exhibit, March 7-31, 2004
?Haitian Women: Portraits of Courage. A Tribute to Haitian Women.?
Fanm Ayisy?n: Poto Mitan, in Haitian Creole

Sunday, March 7, 2004
Brecht Forum, 122 West 27th Street

Come celebrate Women?s History Month
on the eve of International Women?s Day.
This exhibition pays tribute to Haitian women,
whose efforts, strength, and courage often go unrecognized.
All images by Tequila Minsky were made in Haiti from 1992-2002.
http://haitiforever.com/events/march7.html

5:30pm Roundtable Discussion
?Witnessing the Struggles and Challenges in the Lives of Haitian Women? Focus on the gains and obstacles during the 200 years of Haitian society.

DIESEL GALLERY

2004-03-10

Post #: 331
 

READING IN RED HOOK

Please join us for a reading on Saturday, March 13,
2004 at 3 PM

Kostas Anagnopoulos
David Perry
Carol Szamatowicz

in conjunction with
FLOTSAM & JETSAM
drawings and paintings by
Andi Archer & Ginna Triplett

DIESEL GALLERY
242 Van Brunt Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Creole Haiti Culture

2004-03-11

Post #: 338
 

There is no such thing as bad publicity:

Haitian Women:
Portraits of Courage.
A Tribute to Haitian Women.?
March 7-31, 2004

www.gallerythe.org internet/window gallery

gallery owner

http://www.gallerythe.org

2004-03-16

Post #: 364
 

March 3 through June 7th, 2004
The final installation of "Delta Time"
curated by Koan-Jeff Baysa
Featuring artists Lambert Fernando, Fred Fleisher, Jona Lagman and Julianne Swartz

www.gallerythe.org an internet/window gallery
343 Smith Street @ Carroll St., Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. Mermaid Parade June 26, 2004 @ Coney Island

http://www.coneyisland.com/mermaid.shtml

2004-03-17

Post #: 365
 

Mermaid Parade June 26, 2004 / Brooklyn's own Mardi Gras

Mermaids, Neptunes and other sea creatures will join hand & fin as we march together along Surf Avenue.

Our permanently Unelected Mayor of Coney Island, Dick Zigun will bang his drum slowly to keep the pace.

Captain Bob, historian and former Belize jungle guide will lead the Mermaid Parade - dressed as King Neptune - along Surf Ave, past Nathans, past the old bathhouse sites, and
back over the boardwalk toward the landmarked Parachute Jump. Capt. Bob Coney Isl @ http://www.captainbob.8k.com

CONEYISLAND.COM is the official website of a not for profit organization called CONEY ISLAND, USA.
We are the people in Coney Island who care about old and new Coney Island.: http://www.coneyisland.com/mermaid.shtml

Rotunda Gallery @ 33 Clinton St.
a.k.a. OPENING NIGHT: March 18 6pm - 8pm

http://www.brooklynx.org/rotunda/reduce/reduce.asp

2004-03-17

Post #: 367
 

http://www.brooklynx.org/rotunda/reduce/reduce.asp
-- Reduce, Reuse, Reexamine --
Meridith McNeal and Janet Riker, curators
Thursday, March 18, 2004 to Saturday, May 8, 2004

Presented in collaboration with Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill in the Bronx. Glyndor Gallery?s Reduce, Reuse, Reexamine exhibition is on view March 6 to May 31, 2004.

Rotunda Gallery 33 Clinton Street
OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION:
Thursday, March 18 - 6pm-8pm

Gotta Luv-me

Captain Bob's Treasure

http://www.captainbob.8k.com

2004-03-24

Post #: 396
 

See/Refer Previous POST: 2004-03-17
Brooklyn's own Mardi Gras: The Mermaid Parade: June 26, 2004

I've seen Coney Island Captain Bob.
He wears his Belize jungle guide shorts in the middle of the
Brooklyn winter ! Gotta respect his eccentric loyalty.
He really is an all year round tour guide.

http://www.captainbob.8k.com

Indie Film: Nex Gen Ent/Films/ Capt. Bob's Treasure 2004
http://www.nexgenentertainment.com/films/captbob/
-- " Always donning his sailor's hat and a big, homemade pin asserting his authority as Coney Island's Tour Guide, Captain Bob has become an unofficial figure-head of the Island. "Captain Bob's Treasure" explores his remarkably simple but fulfilling life, his zealous nostalgia of Coney Island's glorious and famous past, his desire to share his passion with everyone he meets."

Kenya Art

www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org

2004-03-25

Post #: 412
 

KENYA ART EXHIBITION BRINGS VIBRANT WORKS TO BROOKLYN c/ A WORLD INFREQUENTLY SEEN OUTSIDE OF AFRICA

Kenya Art brings the vibrance and excitement of native Kenyan art to Brooklyn through an extensive exhibition of 96 works at Brooklyn Public Library, five myles gallery, Kentler International Drawing Space, Salena Gallery at Long Island University?s Brooklyn campus and Welancora Gallery. The rare and stylistically distinctive works provide a window into the Kenyan art world ? a world infrequently seen outside of Africa.
http://www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org

Brooklyn Inda House

BAX - April 15, 2004

http://www.bax.org

2004-04-06

Post #: 431
 

April 15 Space - Grant Program, BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange
http://www.bax.org
Grant designed to give Brooklyn based choreographers,
playwrights, and multi-disciplinary artists the opportunity to create new work in a setting that is conducive to working deeply and exploring new territory.
Accepting only original work, not re-staging of work. Applicants must be Brooklyn residents. In the case of a collective, most members must be Brooklyn residents.

Brooklyn Inda House
a.k.a. Amnesty International USA

http://www.amnestyusa.org/events/agm2004/

2004-04-15

Post #: 454
 

The 2004 Amnesty International USA
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
April 16-18, 2004, Brooklyn, New York

VIGILANT JUSTICE:
SECURING HUMAN RIGHTS IN TODAY'S WORLD
http://www.amnestyusa.org/events/agm2004/
Three Inspirational Days of Grassroots Human Rights Activism
Join members from across the United States and human rights defenders around the world for the 2004 Amnesty
International USA Annual General Meeting (AGM)
April 16-18, 2004 at the New York Marriott Brooklyn
Bridge Hotel in Brooklyn, NY.

Subliminal

Goliath Visual Space Bklyn

2004-04-19

Post #: 481
 

Goliath Visual Space is pleased to present Subliminal Divisions, a two-person exhibition of works by Suzanne Anker and Astrid Bowlby. Structured as a visual dialogue between two artists.
April 16th thru May 9th.
117 Dobbin Street
Brooklyn New York 11222
www.Goliath777.com

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. Cherry Blossom Festival

2004-04-26

Post #: 501
 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden's
Annual Cherry Blossom Festival
the Sakura Matsuri
May 1 & 2
1:00 to 5:00
Festivities include a kimono show, bonsai demo, flower arranging, koto playing, tea ceremony, archery and drummers.
1000 Washington Street

Central Williamsburg Brooklyn
a.k.a. artistic activity - MAY 1&2

http://www.williamsburgartscentral.org

2004-04-27

Post #: 510
 

www.williamsburgartscentral.org
Williamsburg Arts Central (WAC) was formed by a collective of galleries, artists, businesses, venues, and publications to focus energy on the further empowerment of the Williamsburg Arts Community:
* [Barthelemy]
* [Brooklyn Fireproof]
* [Dam, Stuhltrager]
* East Gallery
* [Front Room ]
* GalleryBoreas
* [65 Hope Street ]
* [Lunar Base ]
* [McCaig-Welles ]
* [Mine Metal]
* [Naked Duck Gallery ]
* [NurtureArt ]
* [Open Ground ]
* [Capla Kesting Fine Art]
* [Rome Arts ]
* [WAH Center ]

MOBY at Mermaid Parade - Brooklyn
a.k.a. www.coneyisland.com Sideshow Mermaid Parade Coney Isl

http://www.coneyisland.com/sideshow.shtml

2004-04-27

Post #: 512
 

http://www.coneyisland.com/sideshow.shtml

They're here, they're real and they're alive!
Freaks, wonders and human curiosities!

No !! not this summer's Republicans Convention in NYC ! -
I'd rather go to Coney Island and see a diffrent kind of bizzare show: Ravi "The Scorpion Mystic", EAK "The Illustrated Man", THE AMAZING BLAZING TYLER FYRE, INSECTAVORA and BAKER "The Twisted Shockmeister"

Zigun keeps alive the world's first professional non-profit theatre dedicated to the American sideshow.
True artists to their craft. Painted bodies & bent minds !

And MOBY WILL RULE AS KING NEPTUNE!
June 26, 2004 2PM - 6PM
The Mermaid Parade celebrates the sand, the sea, the salt air and the beginning of summer, as well as the history and mythology of Coney Island, Coney Island pride, and true artistic self-expression.

And.. Capt Bob won't be far behind with the Polar Bear Club
http://www.captainbob.8k.com/
Captain Bob's Historic Coney Island Tours
Indie film Captain Bob's Treasure Nex Gen Ent. 2004
http://www.nexgenentertainment.com/films/captbob/

George W. Bush
a.k.a. W. of. M. Deception

2004-04-29

Post #: 521
 

REFER: No !! not this summer's Republicans Convention in NYC ! - I'd rather go to Coney Island and see a diffrent kind of bizzare show:

How dare you. I know what the Mermaid Parade really is--
an excuse to get half-neked in the street. To drink and
sing to the pagan god of the big water thing.
It's Un-GodFear-ren It's unAmerican !
Damnn.. but it does sound like fun.
Wonder if my nieces ever sneaked off for this party ?

BAX http://www.bax.org
a.k.a. Brooklyn Arts Exchange

http://www.bax.org

2004-05-06

Post #: 547
 

Space Grant Program
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY
http://www.bax.org
(718) 832-0018 or at info@bax.org

The grant is designed to give Brooklyn based choreographers,
playwrights, and multi-disciplinary artists the opportunity to create new work in a setting that is conducive to working deeply and exploring new territory.

Applicants must be Brooklyn residents. In the case of a collective, most members must be Brooklyn residents.

Outpost

Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY

2004-05-07

Post #: 562
 

Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
http://www.momentaart.org
momenta@momentaart.org

Momenta Art, in collaboration with the Outpost, presents the Cuts & Burns Residency Program. This program provides artists with up to forty hours of access to a professional editing suite and/or sound design studio and professional editors. Media artists (including visual,
installation, video and performance artt) are invited to submit proposals to produce a new work at the Outpost's post-production facility. This includes Final Cut 3 with SDI capture (true uncompressed- better than firewire), a Targa CineWave board for uncompressed analog capture, DVD Studio Pro and sound design in either
stereo or 5.1 surround sound. Most formats are acceptable. Priority will be given to work that employs innovative use of sound and/ or picture. Single and multi-channel video pieces/ installatiions, as well as audio installations are appropriate.

Bedford-Stuyvesant Artists Assoc. Skylight Gallery
a.k.a. Close Recpt Aug 7, 2004

2004-07-25

Post #: 698
 

BeSAA First Annual Art Exhibition
BeSAA = Bedford-Stuyvesant Artists Associaion

Closing Reception
DATE August 7, 2004
TIME 2:30 ? 4:30 pm

Exhibition Information
DATES July 10 ? August 7, 2004

GALLERY HOURS Wednesday to Friday 11-7 and Saturday 11-5

PLACE Skylight Gallery, Restoration Plaza
1368 Fulton St., 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11216
DIRECTIONS A or C train to Nostrand Avenue
LIRR to Nostrand Avenue

Elyse Taylor - Brooklyn artist - http://taylorgrowing.tripod.com/
a.k.a. GROWING

2004-07-30

Post #: 713
 

Elyse Taylor, Brooklyn artist
GROWING: comprised of 16 x 16 " canvas squares /mixed media

'GROWING' is an autobiographical project composed of more than 500 sixteen inch square, mixed media pieces on canvas. Each functions as an individual work of art, but when viewed together they create a giant wall installation.

My life's personal, spiritual, and political experiences form the common thread unifying this work. The diverse materials employed, including many found objects, represent the components which weave life's fabric. "GROWING" is a work in progress. wwol.inre.asu.edu/taylor.html
taylorgrowing.tripod.com/studio
Elyse Taylor Brooklyn painter Snapple Mural Red Hook

Bohemian

Made from the best stuff on earth.

2004-08-23

Post #: 784
 

** Snapple Mural Red Hook
I remeber that Turquoise & Purple mural. Great colors! I saw it from the S.I. ferry going over to St. George lots of times. The colors catch your eye from a distance and that mural has been up for a long, long time.

Guerrilla Postering

Visual Resistance Metaphor

2004-08-23

Post #: 789
 

Thousands of Republican delegates from around America will descend upon New York City for the 2004 Republican National Convention. We have to realize that this is a battle for the hearts and minds of the American public.

Metaphor Contemporary Art has put a dozen of our "Visual Resistance to RNC" posters on display in their window.

382 Atlantic Ave, between Hoyt & Bond Streets, Brooklyn
Visual Resistance to Republican Natl Convention.
http://www.visualresistance.org/photos.htm

Brooklyn In da House
a.k.a. back in the day....

^_^

2004-08-25

Post #: 796
 

The "Wendy the Snapple Lady" has been on VH1's "I remeber the 90's show". She was Snapple's receptionist for real and would be reading a letter from a fan. Aw hell, make me feel even older why don't you?

Rest in Peace

^_^ ) community mural project

http://www.groundswellmural.org/

2004-08-27

Post #: 811
 

More Brooklyn murals from Bed-Sty, Brownsville, Crown Heights, Fort Greene... to express the pain of the streets.
http://www.groundswellmural.org/

Groundswell Community Mural Project is a unique not-for-profit, Brooklyn-based organization that combines personal expression and community activism.
Groundswell?s mission is to organize and facilitate mural making projects designed and painted by underrepresented groups with a special focus on youth.
Exhibition @ The Brooklyn Historical Society /October 04
www.Ground Swell Mural. Org

o

Gowanus
a.k.a. Bklyn mural artists

2004-09-08

Post #: 842
 

RE:"More Brooklyn murals"
Add the two exterior walls of the new Lowe's store in the Gowanus Canal Community. The Brooklyn store will be decorated with murals showcasing the theme, ?Brooklyn: My Neighborhood, My Home.?? Fall 2004
http://www.lowes.com/GowanusMural after
Mural designs @ Lowe's 118 Second Avenue, Brooklyn NY

Brooklyn Ina House
a.k.a. : - ) . Prospect Heights Art Galleries

2004-09-10

Post #: 854
 

Two Prospect Heights / Brooklyn art galleries:

Artist: Ron Taylor, painter
"Inside Brooklyn"
@ The Diane Boisvert Gallery
www.dianeboisvertgallery.com
619 Vanderbilt Avenue, BKLYN
Thur-Sundays 1-7pm / till Sept 26, 2004

Artists: Amy Cheng, Shelley Haven, Teri Richardson, Chris Wade Robinson, Stephen Shedrowitz, & Tone Voke
"ABstractTION"
@ CONCEPTO Gallery
www.concepto9.com
613 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
Group Art Show until October 2, 2004
gallery hours : thur - Sun 1- 7 pm
__________________________________________________________
et wifi :-) 556 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn @ Le Gamin Cafe
Brooklyn Artist bbs / BBS artist Bklyn NYC / art BBS Bklyn

Brooklyn InDa House
a.k.a. Vanderbilt art gallery

2004-10-05

Post #: 922
 

October Vanderbilt Art Exhinbtions:
"Just Kimonos"
The Diane Boisvert Gallery
Art Opening: Thursday, Oct 7th 6 - 9pm
619 Vanderbilt Ave, Bklyn NY
between Saint Marks Ave & Bergen Street
www.dianeboisvertgallery.com
______________________________________
"Remnants"
Kiyoshi Ike
CONCEPTO GALLERY
Opening Reception Oct. 7, 6-9PM
613 Vanderbilt Ave, Bklyn, NYC

BAX
a.k.a. Atlantic

2004-10-13

Post #: 944
 

Bittencourt with Vincent Katz
"Villa Doria Pamphili"
October 13 ? November 14, 2004

& Poetry reading November 7 at 4 pm
Vincent Katz and Susan Wheeler
372 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
http://www.brunomarinagallery.com/


Metaphor Contemporary Art
382 Atlantic Ave, Bklyn NY
Oct 2004 Artists:
Hoge Day : For The Mouth in Your Head
Tricia Wright : Strange Life
http://www.metaphorcontemporaryart.com/

AAWAA -- 2005 Call for Entries

2004-11-30

Post #: 1045
 

Call for Entries:
"Identity" - January 20 to February 20, 2005

A group exhibition of visual arts and Lunar New Year Celebration, as part of New York City Cool Festival.
This exhibition will explore the notion of ethnic and social identity in a range of media.

On Sunday, February 13,2005 AAWAA welcomes Lunar New Year with a "Make your own New Year Dumpling and EAT It Too" workshop and a traditional (Chinese) New Year Lion Dance Performance (by the Golden Lion Club featuring high school students.)
AAWAA Gallery/Alternative Space,
136 15th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

Barb?s-La Goutte d'Or

2005-01-13

Post #: 1218
 

Barb?s is a bar and performance space located in the South Slope part of Brooklyn. Owned and operated by two French musicians and long-time Brooklyn residents, Barb?s functions as a neighborhood community center of sorts.
Its intimate back room is host to regular events - music, readings and film screenings (see our calendar page) and should fill a gap in a neighborhood which is home to a large population of artists, musicians, and writers.
@ 376 9th St. (corner of 6th Ave.) Park Slope, Brooklyn

http://www.barbesbrooklyn.com/calendar.html
Every Monday at 7:00pm, our TRAVELING CINEMA Film Series

Brooklyn Inda House
a.k.a. Dr. Scholl's

2005-01-21

Post #: 1251
 

Silver traces @ Southpaw
Scholl's Jumpin Jive !
Music Shorts Before the MTV Era.

125 Fifth Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Park Slope
-- 5,000 square feet --

Bohemian

2005-02-06

Post #: 1306
 

Simon Liu Inc., a Brooklyn art supply dealer
www.simonliuinc.com

Soho Art Materials
http://www.sohoartmaterials.com/contactus/index.htm

The Artists League of Brooklyn http://www.a-l-b.org/info.html

Object Image Gallery http://www.his.com/~mcmahons/Travels/ObjImage.htm

The Brooklyn Arts Council
http://www.brooklynartscouncil.org

Brooklyn Arts Exchange
www.bax.org

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition http://www.bwac.org/index.html

Gowanus Studio Tour
http://www.gowanusartists.com

South of the Navy Yard Artists
http://www.sonyany.com/

Salmura Designs
http://www.salmura.com

Brooklyn Ina House
a.k.a. back in da day !

2005-03-05

Post #: 1418
 

RE 8/2004 "Wendy the Snapple Lady"

Wendy Kaufman - been watchin her on VH1's Celebrity Fit Club.
My girl Weighs 245. Mmm! show me the beef!
And her real name is Jeannette.

Mad Arts

2005-04-29

Post #: 1676
 

www.madartsstudios.com
Madarts; 255 18th street, Bklyn NY

ARTISTS: Jane Brill, Lara Hoke, Simon Kahn, Lou Lou Williams, Tom Jessen, Stephen Paul, Rebecca Gidlin, Enrou Halfkenny, ...

MADARTS STUDIOS
a.k.a. ..(^.^)..

2005-06-04

Post #: 1786
 

MADARTS STUDIOS
MADARTS STUDIO
MADARTSSTUDIOS
MADARTISTS STUDIOS
MADARTISTSSTUDIOS

255 18TH STREET AT 5TH AVENUE BROOKLYN

The ARTISTS of Madarts Studios
will be showing a collection of their latest work
SATURDAY JUNE 4 2005 @ 8:00PM

www.madartsstudios.com
www.MadArtsStudios.com
www.madartsstudios.com

Rebecca Aidlin, Katerina Marcelja Ceman, Katerina Fiore
Jennifer Fuentes, Mylene Giacobetti, Lara Hoke, Doug Jahnke, Tom Jessen, Simon Kahn, Wade Kavanaugh, Christian Keller, Dave Marin, Tania Marmolejo, Jaclyn Mednicov,
Charles Micklosky, Dave Mitri, Stephen Nguyen, Stephen Paul, Mary Paul, Christy Powers, Jimmy Riordan, Matt Robinson, Francis Simeni, James Sondow, Lisa Weber, Andrew Willgress,
Loulou Williams, Rachel Youens

MUSICMANN

2005-06-04

Post #: 1787
 

Southpaw is a large capacity, 5,000 square foot venue located in Park Slope, Brooklyn. www.spsounds.com
We bring you local, national, international artists and dj's spanning all musical genres.

PHOTO ARCHIVE: Big Daddy Kane, Ben Lee, Sleater-Kinney, Slick Rick, Mogwai, Sufjan Stevens, The Cardigans, Clinic
Sahara Hotnights, Sondre Lerche, Bona Roba, Har Mar Superstar
http://www.spsounds.com/photo.html

MUSICMANN
a.k.a. musical artist

2005-06-04

Post #: 1788
 

Watch Streaming Video of the greatest shows and events at
THE FIVE SPOT!
Soul F' Real, Terryl Lee, "Licks, Kicks & Chix", Pasha

www.fivespotsoulfood.com
RPM-OPEN TURNTABLES Hosted by Marlon
8pm FREE - Bring needles & wax
Myrtle Ave. & Washington Ave., Clinton Hill- Brooklyn

MUSICMANN
a.k.a. musical artist

2005-06-04

Post #: 1789
 

- - - - - - Barb?s - - - - - -
bar & performance space located in the South Slope, Brooklyn.

THE T.GRIFFIN CORALINE, VOODOO SUITE, TRIO TRAGICO, FORRO FOR ALL & SLAVIC SOUL PARTY, THE ROULETTE SISTERS, ADAM LANE ..
www.barbesbrooklyn.com

MUSICMANN
a.k.a. musical artist

2005-06-04

Post #: 1790
 

Thursday, June 23 2005
HUGH MASEKELA / WILLIAM KENTRIDGE: 9 DRAWINGS FOR PROJECTION
This once in a lifetime event featuring two of South Africa's greatest artists begins with a performance by iconic jazz trumpeter and world fusion pioneer HUGH MASEKELA.

Friday, July 1 2005
BILAL / MARTHA REDBONE

Saturday, July 2 2005
Trinidad's fiercest Calypsonian - SHADOW / TRINIDAD SLAM

Sunday, July 31
PAPA WEMBA / GOKH-BI SYSTEM / MARIA DE BARROS / KAKANDE / NKOSSI KONDA

Friday, July 15
CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE / BETTYE LAVETTE

2005 Celebrate Brooklyn Performance Schedule
http://www.brooklynx.org/celebrate/schedule.asp
Bandshell, Prospect Park, Brooklyn NY

MUSICMANN
a.k.a. musical artist

2005-06-04

Post #: 1791
 

All ABOVE MENTIONED VENUES ARE WHITE FOLK FRIENDLY.

JAZZ- is the one true AMERICAN art form.

Greene Inhabitant

2005-06-18

Post #: 1859
 

"Red paint warms the walls and exposed brick peeks out from cracked plaster, giving the space an Old-World feel."
Kara Zuaro / Rope / Bar /jukebox /415 Myrtle Ave /Brooklyn, NY http://brooklyn.citysearch.com/profile/40051250/brooklyn_ny/rope.html#editorialreview

Gowanus Artists

2005-09-10

Post #: 2172
 

The 8th Annual Gowanus Artists Studio Tour.

This fall we are featuring over 80 visual artists working in one of the city's most vibrant creative communities here in South Brooklyn.

Saturday & Sunday, October 22 and 23, 2005, 1:00 to 6:00 PM.

www.gowanusartists.com
269 Douglass Street
295 Douglass Street
457 Degraw Street
543 Union Street
12 Whitwell Place
126 13th Street

Bohemian

2005-09-24

Post #: 2240
 

Pratt Institute's Annual Art Fair
Saturday, October 15, 2005.

The event will be held from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
on Hall Street between DeKalb and Willoughby avenues, adjacent to Pratt’s Brooklyn Campus.

Pratt Institute is organizing the event along with the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership, which will hold its first annual Myrtle Main Street Festival featuring local merchants, restaurant tastings, children’s activities, and live music simultaneously on Myrtle Avenue.

www.pratt.edu/artfair2005

Dam, Stughltrager
a.k.a. SHOOT EXHIBIT

Gallery

www.damstuhltrager.com/dalitgurevich.htm

2005-10-18

Post #: 2335
 

A MULTIMEDIA EVENT SWEEPS BROOKLYN...

SHOOT, an exhibit of multimedia and film hits
this Friday, October 21st
with the opening reception of featured multimedia artist, Dalit Gurevich
Dates: October 21- November 6, 2005
Opening Reception: Friday Oct.21, 7-10pm
Hours: Fri. 3-8, Sat. & Sun. 12-6pm or by appt.
Address: Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery, 38 Marcy Ave. Brooklyn. NY 11211
Contact: 718-387-9818 ~ damstuhltrager@hotmail.com
Directions: L to Lorimer. Exit near token booth. Metropolitan under BQE. Left on Marcy. Distance from train: 3 bl
(Visit www.damstuhltrager.com/dalitgurevich.htm for more info.)

Dam, Stuhltrager

Gallery

www.damstuhltrager.com/shoot.htm

2005-10-18

Post #: 2336
 

"SHOOT" is an exclusive engagement premiering the freshest film shorts by emerging artists. 15 short films screened as an hour long motion picture event. Free Admission. See the big picture!

Friday, November 4th PREMIERE RECEPTION
(Invite Only) 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Saturday, November 5th SCREENINGS
(Open to public) noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
& RECEPTION (Open to public) 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
Sunday, November 6th SCREENINGS
(Open to public) noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

NO admission will be charged at any screening.
Screenings held at DAM, STUHLTRAGER GALLERY

Dam, Stuhltrager

Gallery

www.damstuhltrager.com/shoot.htm

2005-10-18

Post #: 2337
 

MULTIMEDIA EVENT SWEEPS BROOKLYN THIS OCT/NOV...

Visit:
www.damstuhltrager.com/dalitgurevich.htm
www.damstuhltrager.com/shoot.htm

Bohemian

2005-10-18

Post #: 2338
 

I think " Dam, Stuhltrager " is trying to get our attention.

Myrtle D. Turtle

2005-10-23

Post #: 2363
 

I love Greg the Bunny, Warren the Ape, and Seth Green the human actor.

I watched the recent episode of Greg the Bunny
and recognized it was partly shot in my favorite Soul Food Restaurant & bar "Five Spot" on Myrtle Ave Brooklyn, NYC.

The place has style, class and now horney talking puppets as clients. Guess after 8 jello shots anything is possible.

http://www.gregtbunny.com/

Independent Film Channel
http://www.ifctv.com/ifc/what/0,5266,CAT0-45-CAT1-6546-SHID-18963-AID-13455-TZ-ET-TB-4-CLR-blue-BCLR-00A8EC-,00.html

http://www.foxhome.com/gregthebunny/home.html

MadARTS Opening recept: Nov 5, 2005

2005-11-03

Post #: 2480
 

MADARTS presents :

Artists: Lara Hoke / Dave Mitri

Opening reception:
November 5, 2005
7:30 to 10:00 pm

255 18th Street,( near 5th Ave )
Brooklyn NY 11215.

Dave Mitri
http://www.madarts.org/artists/dm/index.html

Lara Hoke
http://www.madarts.org/artists/lh/index.html

Contact madarts about figure drawing:
Life Drawing Sessions @ MadARTS
Every Wednesday from 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
$7 non-members $5 members
http://www.madarts.org/

Jolly Jingells
a.k.a. wino

2005-11-20

Post #: 2666
 

Forum: Reviews

RE: MasArts 0pening / receptions

MAdARTS is always good for free flowing wine.

Winsor N. Newton

2005-11-27

Post #: 2740
 

www.simonliuinc.com
645 Dean Street, Bklyn NY

"Turning / Returning"

Both artists; Karen Fitzgerald and Carol Schille draw on Eastern spiritual traditions.

exhibit thru December 16, 2005

Simon's Art Supply Store Hours:
Mon - Sat, 9:00am - 5:00pm

MADARTS

2006-01-18

Post #: 3306
 

MADARTS STUDIOS
MADART STUDIO
MAD ART STUDIOS
MAD ARTISTS STUDIO
MAD ART STUDIO
MADARTSSTUDIOS
MADARTSSTUDIO
MAD ARTISTSSTUDIOS
MADARTISTSSTUDIOS
MADARTISTSSTUDIO
MAD ARTISTS STUDIOS

2006:
February 11th - Figure drawing show
March 4th MADARTS Spring Group Show
April 22nd The Vanishing by Carol Itzkowitz-Neiman


http://www.madarts.org/
255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215

255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215
http://www.madartsstudios.com/

For more information contact: Stephen Paul
MADARTS 255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215

MADARTS
a.k.a. May 2006 @ MAD ARTS

2006-01-18

Post #: 3307
 

May 6th, 2006 @ MADARTS www.madarts.org
THE PS 107 SHOW

For more information
http://www.ps107.org/
P.S. 107 | John W. Kimball Learning Center
1301 8th Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11215

=========================================

May 18th, 2006 @ MADARTS
The Park Slope Open Studio Tour / Madarts Summer show

http://www.madarts.org/shows/index.html

MADARTS: 255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215

MADARTS
a.k.a. Life Drawing Wed eves

2006-01-18

Post #: 3308
 

Life Drawing Sessions

Every Wednesday from 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.

$7 non-members $5 members

255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215
http://www.madarts.org/drawing/index.html

About madarts

Madarts Studios is a 14,000 square foot arts facility on two floors of a former Renault factory/home furnishings warehouse in the community between Park Slope and Sunset Park that we affectionately refer to as SoSlo. About 30 artists work in 22 art studios, recording studios, a darkroom, a woodshop and a gallery.

http://www.madarts.org/about/index.html

Drawings Online

2006-01-18

Post #: 3311
 

Drawings Online Gallery Show

virtual exhibition thru February 10th 2006

http://whitestudionyc.com/drawingshow12006/elyse_taylor.html

Brooklyn based artist: Elyse Taylor

title: Red Dress

Color pencil on paper
33 inches x 23 inches

more artwork by Elyse Taylor, Bklyn NY
http://taylorgrowing.tripod.com/

--------------------------------

Featured Artist Portfolio
Call for Submissions: Online Gallery Space
http://whitestudionyc.com/submit.html

---{(X)==(X)}---

2006-01-21

Post #: 3330
 

"Evaporations,"
performance art by Tamara Wyndham

Sept 2005 / DUMBO Arts Festival / Brooklyn NY

http://www.atoa.ws/Spring2006/Tamara_evaporations.jpg

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April 28, 2006 - ATOA presents: "Post, Post Modern"

Gallerists, curators, and critics discuss the future of post modern art. What are visual examples of the most recent trends? What societal and technological developments will influence these trends?

Finally, what educated predictions will they make about the direction of contemporary art in the future?

Moderators: Chris Twomey, artist, writer
Tamara Wyndham, artist

Participants: Lea Krakow, artist, founding director of Gigantic Art Space
Francis Hwang, net artist, writer, software engineer, current director of technology for Rhizome.org
Joel Beck, co-partner of Roebling Hall Galleries
Joe Amrheim, artist, director of Pierogi 2000 Gallery

Vernissage

Black&White

2006-01-24

Post #: 3340
 

"Black&White"
Jan 27 thru March 30, 2006

Vernissage: Thursday 26th of January
5:00 - 7:00 pm

Hal Bromm Gallery
90 W Broadway / Tribeca
New York, NY 10007

Artists: Carlos Alfonzo, Mike Bidlio, Rosemarie Castoro, Luis Frangella, Mike Glier, Mark Golderman, Keith Haring, Gerald Incandela, Deborah Kass, Tom Keough, David Krueger, Allan McCollum, Natalya Nesterova, Richard Nonas, David Tremlett, Krzystof Wodiczko, David Wonjnarowicz & Michele Zaza

=============================================================

Brooklyn artist: Tom Keough often paints in response to the urban environment of our city.

He often paints Prospect Park and our Brooklyn neighborhoods such as Park Slope.

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vernissage (ver-nuh-SAZH) noun

From French vernissage (varnishing), from vernis (varnish), ... "On the night of the Vernissage, which must surely provide perfect art-buying conditions.

A private showing or preview of an art exhibition before the public opening; also the reception celebrating the opening of an art exhibition.
http://www.wordsmith.org/words/vernissage.html

BKLYN#1

2006-01-25

Post #: 3360
 

New York Press / Issue date : 1/18/2006 - 1/24/2006

PARK SLOPE
Brooklyn becomes myth.

By Jim Knipfel

Several years ago I was interviewing a wonderful woman by the name of Marie Roberts, who paints sideshow banners. She was born and raised in Coney Island, and lives there still. At one point near the end of the interview she asked me, ?Are you from Brooklyn, or are you from Park Slope??

The question, lighthearted as it was, took me aback at first. Not because I thought it was impudent or rude for her to ask such a thing, but because I knew exactly what she was saying....
http://www.nypress.com/19/3/brooklyn/brooklyn3.cfm

A - R - T

2006-01-26

Post #: 3361
 

Dr. LA ROBERTS + The BITTERWONDER Present...

Coney Island Banners. ...

http://www.bitterwonder.com/

MAD ARTS

2006-02-09

Post #: 3448
 

Mad Arts: Figure Drawing Show

Opening: Saturday February 11th, 2006

8:00 pm - 1:00 am

255 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215

http://www.madarts.org/

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Mad Arts , MadArts Brooklyn ,Mad Arts Brooklyn
Madarts Studios 18th St.,Brooklyn
MadartsStudios 18th Street, Brooklyn
Mad Arts Studios 255 18th St. Bklyn
Mad Art Studio 18th Street, Brklyn

Francis P. Simeni

2006-03-11

Post #: 3602
 

I am looking for you!!!!!

Insomniac240

2006-03-13

Post #: 3617
 

REFER TROLL "I am looking for you!!!!!"

R U another lame ass robot from the Russian bride web site?

BKLYN#1

2006-05-20

Post #: 3888
 

BROOKLYNARTISTS.ORG

Welcome to BrooklynArtists.org a site dedicated to increasing the visibility of
local artists and draw attention to art and music events inside the community. The
Forum and shout box are free for the world to use. Voice your opinions.

______________________

SouthPaw, Park Slope Brooklyn

FRI. 5/26

JellyNYC with BROOKLYNARTISTS.ORG
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RADIO MUNDIAL WITH
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Art Installation + Projection + more!
$8 advance / $10 day of show
>> buy tickets

http://www.spsounds.com/

A. Qua Fresca
a.k.a. exponentially and infinitely an artist

2006-05-26

Post #: 3920
 

"Public Fountain" Makes Long Journey From Brooklyn To The Bronx" - by Stephanie Simon /NY1 /www.ny1.com

If art is about life, and life is journey, well, Brooklyn artist Charles Goldman just might have it all figured out.

?This piece is called ?Public Fountain,? and that's what it is,? he says.

Goldman made the solar powered mobile fountain for an exhibit in the Bronx, and then decided to transport it there by foot.

?It's pretty tiring, but I'm confident I'll make it,? he says.

And so Goldman and a revolving group of friends begin a two-day walk from his Carroll Gardens studio to the Wave Hill Cultural Center in Riverdale. With camera in hand, NY1 followed along on the 15-mile journey.

James Sheehan is filming the journey as part of the project.

?I expect to collect a lot of little maybe micro moments,? he says.

Despite the rain, we continued through Inwood and over the Broadway Bridge. We were close. It seems impossible, but we're almost at Wave Hill.

?Twenty more steps and we're there,? says Goldman.

Finally, we arrive. Two days and nearly 15 miles later, how'd everyone hold up?

?I kind of feel like mission accomplished,? says Goldman.

And now that it's here, the fountain will be part of an outdoor exhibition. One journey ends, and another begins.

Garden Improvement
Wave Hill, Glyndor Gallery and grounds
June 11 - August 27, 2006
Reception: June 11, 1-4 p.m.
www.wavehill.org

For more information on Charles Goodman?s art, visit www.charlesgoldmanwork.com.

roy doremus

2006-12-27

Post #: 5448
 

Hi again,

I came a few weeks ago with a friend and want to come again tonight. I didn't see any posting but would like to hear if it were available. Please call me.

Thanks Roy Doremus 718 622 7816 doroy4@earthlink.net

Xaviera Hollander

2006-12-27

Post #: 5452
 

Always glad to hear a satisfied customer.

Wess Nile Virrus
a.k.a. BCAT

2006-12-27

Post #: 5453
 

Re: Is NY Lobster decline associated with WNV pesticides?

Date: June 1, 2000
> From: Roy Doremus
> ...
> Last month we drove up to Branford Connecticut to interview Nick Crismale
> President of the Connecticut Commercial Lobstermen's Association in Branford Conn. Nick speaks of the destruction from what he and many
> others are convinced is caused by the Malathion that drained into the waters of Long Island Sound following the [WNV] spraying last year which is killing the lobsters. He and his fellow lobstermen bring out from
first
> hand experience the economics and politics of the issues, his own feelings about the legislators and the government agencies he had thought were created to protect our environment.
>
> Thanks to Carl Lawrence who has just edited and arranged for it to be broadcast Friday evening at 6:30 PM on Brooklyn Community Access Television
> (BCAT) "Green Vision" Ch. #67(Cablevision) and Ch. # 34 (Time Warner)Hope you get a chance to see or tape the show....
>
Contact: 718 622 7816

http://environmentalrisk.cornell.edu/WNV/WNV-LArchive/0889.html

DEETS MIRTHQUAKE
a.k.a. Brooklyn Indie House

2006-12-27

Post #: 5454
 

Forum: Reviews
Topic: Brooklyn - Art & Artists

SEE: January 26th, 2006
ATOA PANEL: " Globalization and the Artist "
with : Phong Bui, publisher of THE BROOKLYN RAIL magazine

ATOA's panel will discuss how globalization works on two levels: cultural and economic.

Hypothetically, the first addresses art as a manifestation of basis human interests, while the second promotes corporate interests mixed with political allegiances. Artists tend to see the world as "large" from the inside out, whereas corporate interest see the world as "small" from the outside in. This suggests a fundamental conflict in terms of communication.

Often artists are put in a position of having to conform to business interests that are outside of their intentions and threatening to their survival. The terms of art quickly become the terms of a global economic exchange, thus displacing the content of art away from addressing concerns of identity, well-being, and a restructured quality of life.

Moderator:
Robert C. Morgan, art historian, critic, artist, and curator

Panel Participants:
Phong Bui, artist, curator & publisher of the Brooklyn Rail
Jungwook Rim, artist
Koan Jeff Baysa, Dir of Collections for MOCA China, Dir of Int Projects for MoCA Beijing
Natvar Bhavsar, artist, Guggenheim Fellow, Rockefeller Grant recipient

Panel Organizer: Flash Light, artist

Insomniac240
a.k.a. - 4am last call

2006-12-31

Post #: 5471
 

RE: "Artists tend to see the world as "large" from the inside out, whereas corporate interest see the world as "small" from the outside in. "

The Dickens you say !

Brooklyn Inda House
a.k.a. artist & resident

2007-01-17

Post #: 5560
 

The National Black Fine Art Show
EDUCATIONAL SERIES

Organized by the
Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts

February 2nd – February 4, 2007

---------------------------

Panel and Lecture Series

Saturday, February 3, 2007

12:30 – 2:00 pm
Panel A: Valuation

Moderator: Mel Hardy, Millennium Arts Salon

Panelists:
Wyatt Day, Appraiser & Archivist of African Americana
Erik Hanks, Director of M. Hanks Gallery

This panel will explore how the price of art is set. From the world of auctions to deals in the private market, these experts will provide a unique insight into this complex market.

---------------------------

2:15 – 3:45 pm
Panel B: Contemporary Artists Breaking Through

Moderator: Coren Cooper, Curatorial Associate - MoCADA

Panelists:
Derrick Adams, Artist and Founding Director/Curator of Rush Arts Gallery and Resource Center
Kendal Henry, Independent Curator
SOL'SAX, Artist

This panel will explore Diasporan artists who are capturing the attention of mainstream institutions, dealers, and collectors. Come hear who the market is saying are the latest successful artists to receive national and international acclaim.

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4:00 – 5:30 pm
Panel C: MoCADA Award Winners Speak

Moderator: Blake Kimbrough, Vice Chairman - MoCADA Board of Directors

Panelists:
Radcliffe Bailey, Painter/Sculptor
Dawoud Bey, Photographer
Kwame Brathwaite, Photographer

This panel will include memorial to recent great artists, individual tributes to the recipients of MoCADA’s 3rd Annual Museum Awards in Excellence, award presentations and artist talk.

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Sunday, February 4, 2007

11:30 – 1:00 pm
Panel D: Beyond Painting: Sculpture

Moderator: Laurie Cumbo, Founder and Executive Director - MoCADA

Panelists:
Kevin Cole, Artist
Willie Cole, Artist
Lorenzo Pace, Artist
Helen Ramsaran, Artist

Most collectors begin with two-dimensional art and gradually expand towards other media. This special session focuses on how to approach collecting sculpture in terms of space, mounting, composition, media and care.

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1:15 – 3:00
Panel E: Exploring Contemporary Art in the African Diaspora

Moderator: Blake Kimbrough, Vice Chairman - MoCADA Board of Directors

Panelists:
Ben Jones, Artist
Arturo Lindsay, Artist/Scholar
Saihou Saidy, Founding Director of Sankaranka Gallery

The African Diaspora contains many diverse artistic traditions that are increasingly being shaped and reinterpreted through globalization. Join panelists as they contextualize the “Diaspora” as it relates to the visual arts and how and where it’s shown.

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Locations;
Lectures/Panels:

NYU Law School D’Agostino Hall & Faculty Club
110 West 3rd Street, New York City, NY

Guided Show Tours:

The Puck Building
295 Lafayette Street at Houston Street, New York City, NY

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Price of Panel & Lecture Series

Complete Panel / Lecture Series
$60.00 for Individuals
$50 for MoCADA members, students and senior citizens

1 Panel / Lecture -
$20.00 for Individuals
$15 for MoCADA members, students and senior citizens

2 Panels / Lectures -
$35.00 for Individuals
$30 for MoCADA members, students and senior citizens

3 Panels / Lectures -
$45.00 for Individuals
$40 for MoCADA members, students and senior citizens


TO ORDER TICKETS or FOR MORE INFORMATION;

MoCADA
80 Hanson Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217
718-230-0492.

www.MoCADA.org

David George DeLancey

(Art Economics History)

2007-01-29

Post #: 5602
 

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Insomniac240

2007-02-06

Post #: 5613
 

David...
What the duck does this shit gotta do with ART ???

Seriously man... one of those voices in your head must tell you shut up sometime !

Sweet N. Nasty
a.k.a. Art Monkey's Moma

2007-06-19

Post #: 5958
 

Dr. Sketchy's is the little Brooklyn art class that became a movement.

Started in 2005 as a boozy, burlesquey alternative to your typical life-drawing class, Dr. Sketchy's has spread faster than syphillis !

There are now 30 branches around the world,
from Hollywood to London to Tokyo.

http://www.drsketchy.com

Third Annual Small Works Show

440Gallery / Gallery440

2007-06-25

Post #: 5988
 

The Third Annual Small Works Show

Opening Reception, Thurs, June 28th, 6-9 PM

440 Gallery
Park Slope Brooklyn, NY

Small Works exhibition;
June 28th- July 29th, 2007

ARTISTS:

Alyce Barr,
Amanda Webster,
Anujan Ezhikode,
Barbara Sullivan,
Bernard Klevickas,
Bill Fink,
Caterina Schemidt,
Charles Basman,
Chris Mateer,
Dalton Rooney,
Dawn Petrlik,
Edina S.,
Emily Berger,
Gerard Barbot,
Harriot Marion,
Hope Dector,
Iza Szczepinska,
Jamin An,
Janine Nichols,
Jason Orrel,
Jenniver Bevill,
Jessica Cohen,
Jim Boden,
Jodi Shenn,
Joseph Barral,
Judith Hooper,
Mary Bullock,
Kathryn Roake,
Kimberly Simpson,
Laurie Sheridan,
Matt Lapiska,
Laurie Lee- Geogescu ,
Merrie Koehlert ,
Michael J Berkowitz ,
Michael Pride ,
Molly Nadler ,
Paige Roberts ,
Patrick Barrett ,
Phillomena Marano ,
Rowena Dale Mohammed ,
Sara Lovas ,
Susan Handwerker
Tanya Taylor ,
Venessa Pineda ,
Victoria Lapin ,
Virginia Naughton ,
Shanee Epstein ,
Richard Eagan ,
Lara Wechsler ,
Todd Erickson ,
Nancy Lunsford ,
Ellen Chuse ,
Tom Vega ,
Jolie Guy ,
Amy Williams ,
and sculptor Martha Walker

www.440gallery.com
440 Gallery / Gallery 440 , Brooklyn NY

Elisa Hudson
a.k.a. elli sai

painter

2007-07-11

Post #: 6034
 

Haven't seem a post lately would like to see u are work again.

Katy Grey

citizen

2007-10-23

Post #: 6299
 

I am interested in joining a group of some sort that focuses on creating murals/public art. I am not the world's best artist, but I want to contribute to the community. I am not sure how to get involved in this arena and was hoping to get some advice.

Does anyone have a recommendation?

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