Month: September 2015

10 Questions for… Rhynna Santos, Member, Bronx Photo League & Exhibitor in the Jerome Ave. Workers Project

The Jerome Ave Workers Project, an ambitious multimedia exhibition, opens this Saturday in an area of the Bronx that will likely be unrecognizable in five years. Photographer Rhynna Santos explains what it’s all about and why we should pay attention.

Here are 10 Questions for Rhynna Santos:

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Oct 10 – Nov 14 | BG183 Solo Exhibition – Autumn Spray @ More Points BX

On view | October 10, 2015 to November 14, 2015

Opening Reception | Saturday October 10, 2015 from 6pm to 9pm – Music By DJ Pusha

at More Points BX, 527 Faile Street (Hunts Point), Bronx, NY 10464

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Oct 7 – January 7, 2016 | 2016 Casita Maria – NICOLÁS DUMIT ESTÉVEZ Solo exhibition “PERFORMING THE BRONX”

Nicolás Dumit Estévez, Born Again: A Lebanese-Dominican Dominican York is born again as a Bronxite, 2011. Susan Newmark Fleminger and William Aguado baptize Nicolás as a Bronxite with the water from The Bronx River. Photo: Alex Villaluz © 2011 Nicolás Dumit Estévez

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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10 Questions for… Yelaine Rodriquez, Curator, La Lucha II Dom & HTI: Visions of Tomorrow, One Island

Young artist and activist Yelaine Rodriguez, 24, is presenting the second in a series of exhibits that connect artists from the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In the wake of new tensions on their shared island, Ms. Rodriguez launches this work on the strength of the ability of our common experiences as human beings to overcome perceived differences. La Lucha II brings together 28 established and emerging artists in what promises to be a provocative exhibition.

Here are 10 Questions for Yelaine Rodriquez:

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October 3 – 18 | Bronx Photo League/BDC – Jerome Avenue Workers Project Photo Exhibition

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Jerome Avenue Workers Project Photo Exhibition presented by
Bronx Photo League & Bronx Documentary Center

OPENING RECEPTION
Saturday, October 3, 2015 5-8PM
at
Vasquez Muffler

1275 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452

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Oct 9 – Nov 6 | Yelaine Rodriguez – La Lucha II Dom & HTI: Visions of Tomorrow, One Island, Group Exhibtion @ Andrew Freeman Home

La Lucha is back with the exhibition La Lucha II DOM & HTI: Visions of Tomorrow, One Island, which focuses on the topic of immigration and the aspirations related to the process. Opening Reception, October 9th, from 6pm to 9pm,at Andrew Freedman Home 1125 Grand Concourse Bronx.

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Photos from Hot or Cold? Opening Reception @ BronxArtSpace, Sat., Sept. 12, 2015

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Thank you so much to everyone who came out in support of our first BX200 exhibition! We are grateful for the tremendous response to the show! A big thank you to BronxArtSpace’s Linda Cunningham and Stephanie Lindquist, and to the Bronx Brewery. We hope you’ll have a chance to visit the exhibit, on view through October 10th. The exhibition is open to the public Wednesday – Saturday, 12pm -6:30pm

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BX200 on BronxNet OPEN with Rhina Valentin – Friday Sept. 11

On September 11th we were invited by Rhina Valentine and BronxNet to talk about our upcoming exhibition, Hot or Cold? at BronxArtSpace … we’re on @ 11:30 mins, check it out!

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The Point | Call for Art – For Oct 23rd Exhibition at The Art Container – DEADLINE: September 21st

Springing from the ongoing vision of THE POINT‘s mission to infiltrate social and environmental justice actions with great art, this call is for works that explore human relationships with all the other creatures: ANIMALS, PLANTS, INSECTS, FISHES, MOLLUSKS, and on…

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Casita Maria/Residency Unlimited (RU) | Open Call For NYC Based Artists – DEADLINE: October 12

OPEN CALL FOR NYC BASED ARTISTS
RESIDENCY UNLIMITED (RU) / CASITA MARIA

Application Deadline:
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2015 (Midnight)

Now in it’s 6th season, Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education and Residency Unlimited (RU) are continuing their partnership to create a community-based residency program based between Casita Maria’s facility in the South Bronx and Residency Unlimited’s space in Brooklyn.

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