Date and Time:
Saturday, June 17th – 2pm – 4pm
305 E 140th Street
Bronx, NY 10454
BXNYCreative Presents – The Art of TATS CRU An Exhibition and Block Party Celebrating 37 Years of TATS CRU June 3rd, 2PM – 6PM – Opening Reception and Block Party Celebration June 22nd, 6PM – Artist Talk with Hector Nazario aka “NICER,” Sotero Ortiz aka “BG183,” Wilfredo Feliciano aka “BIO” and moderated by Street Art
This workshop will cover basic low cost methods for documenting a variety of art works in a professional manner.
Moving to a new home or studio space can be a stressful event for an artist, in part because most artists own quite a few supplies and tools which need to be carefully packed and transported. Small, breakable drawing tools, temperature-dependent clay, and sharp sculpting tools are just a few of the things an artist has to think about when packing up for a move.
This hands-on workshop is intended for professional and emerging artists who would like to improve upon their artist statements and promotional materials. Bronx-based visual artist and arts writer Rebecca Allan will discuss basic strategies for developing, drafting, and editing your statement so that it accurately reflects your work and can also be adapted for grant applications, artist talks, and website content.
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) Percent for Art Program, in conjunction with the New York Police Department (NYPD) and the New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC) is issuing this Request for Expression of Interest (RFEI) to engage an artist or artist team (Artist) to create a permanent public artwork for the community room of the new 40th Police Precinct Station House at East 149th Street and St. Ann’s Avenue in the Bronx.
CreateNYC Artist & Cultural Worker Survey THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF NYC’S FIRST EVER CULTURAL PLAN! The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs is seeking to understand the needs of the City’s cultural field. Your input is extremely important and will inform the recommendations for CreateNYC, the City’s first-ever cultural plan, currently underway (visit
If you’re looking for socially engaged, meaningful political art in the city, the Bronx is arguably doing the best job of bringing it to the forefront. With Bronx Documentary Center’s photography exhibition, Who’s Streets? Our Streets! New York City: 1980-2000, The Point’s Mi Casa Es Mi Casa, and a host of creative actions by artist/activists including Alicia Grullon, Francheska Alcantara, and Shellyne Rodriquez, the issues facing our communities are being looked at and worked through incredibly effectively with art.
DreamYard’s Maker Institute A free three-day training for maker educators in the Bronx April 10-12, 2017 Applications due, Monday, March 6, 2017 DreamYard encourages young people in the Bronx to radically innovate and create the future through our Maker programs. Join us for three days of free professional development to explore DreamYard’s unique approach to
Reclaimed Rage; Resistance is an experiential group exhibition of contemporary artists working with photography, sculpture, collage and painting that explores the importance of rage in the age of resistance. By collaborating with revolutionary working-class-centered organizations and collectives across the Bronx, Reclaimed Rage; Resistance seeks to become an incubator for influencing community-empowering action and dialogue around the inevitable rage of an oppressive system.