Collaboration: Panel Discussion @ Jamica Center for the Arts, Feb 16th

Wednesday, February 16, 7:00pm - 9:00pmLocation: Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL), 161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 Collaboration Working with other people on an art project is recently seen as important and beneficial on many levels. JCAL invites BroLab, an artist collective, to the Studio LLC February Seminar. The group will present their experiences of collaboration along with the advantages and difficulties they found in working with other artists.

http://www.jcal.org/visual/studiollc.html

Pump 14, Documentation - 24 HR this Friday & Saturday!

Pictures from this week's performance.  Working up to the 24HR FRIDAY 3PM to SATURDAY 3PM.  Interested in carrying a yoke and walking the width of Manhattan?  Fill out the contact form and we'll have a yoke waiting for you at Basecamp (Hudson & East River Sides).  Special thanks to Michelle Htar, Wanju Wu, Edward Lee Bullock, and others for documenting and getting the word out. [flickr album=72157625114702014 num=30 size=Thumbnail]

2010 Art in Odd Places Festival Opening Friday Oct 1st ! at TheaterLab

The 2010 Art in Odd Places Festival Opening The 6th Annual Art in Odd Places Festival kicks off with an opening reception to be held at Theater Lab (137 West 14th Street) Join us and meet the participating artists for this year's festival, including the curators: Yaelle Amir and Petrushka Bazin. There will be performances by the following artists:

Einat Amir BroLab Collective Cunningham Understudy Repertory Group Carrie Dashow MikeEstabrook Flux Factory IrvinMorazan PaulNotzold Nancy Nowacek Jessica Ann Peavy Maya Suess Santo Tolone Andrew Tosiello Bryan Zanisnik

Artesa Winery (http://www.artesawinery.com/index1.html) will be at the event to debut their Snapshot wine, a Bordeaux-style blend of red varietals from vineyards in Napa and Sonoma. Two Boots (http://www.twoboots.com/)  and Hawkers (http://hawkersnyc.com/) will provide nourishment.

Come and celebrate with us as the Art in Odd Festival explores the  odd, ordinary and ingenious in the spectacle of daily life.

For complete festival details, visit www.artinoddplaces.org

Studio Survey

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