2014 Media Arts Fellowship Screening
10/31/2014

November 5 
7:00 PM-9:00 PM

BRIC House Stoop 
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Open to the Public!

Come see what the 2014 Media Arts Fellows have been up to! Attend a screening of work created by this year's Fellows, using the skills and knowledge they have acquired during their BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, which makes BRIC's Media Education courses, equipment and facilities available to professional Brooklyn-affiliated visual artists at no charge. 

The Sleep Lab
10/21/2014

de novo dance(www.denovodance.com) presents Sleep Lab, two different evenings of works-in-progress made by company members, guest artist friends, and artists from the HANAC Harmony Innovative Senior Center in Astoria.
 
When: Saturday and Sunday, November 8 & 9, 8PM
 
Where: Mandragoras Art Space (www.mandragoras.org), 36-01 36th Ave., 3rd Floor, in Astoria (http://goo.gl/maps/X4DNd)
 

Principals/Principles
9/13/2014


KuBe
211 Fishkill Ave, Beacon, New York 12508
 
Gallery hours: By appointment only 
info@kubeny.org

A collaborative event at the KuBe combining works from over 30 artists, Principals Principles explores formal and conceptual connections between a diverse range of artists' principles, and the principal languages invented by each.Please join us this coming second Saturday for several solo exhibitions, musical performance and a large scale group exhibition of local and international artists in the Kube's Art Center. Exhibitions and events will start at 5 PM, with an after party and music in the courtyard from 7-late.

Fluid – Essential For Life
9/10/2014



5.3.2014 – 12.14.2014   
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art 
1000 Richmond Terrace (between Tysen Street and Snug Harbor Road)
Staten Island, NY 10301
HOURS 
Open Wednesday – Sunday from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
CONTACT 
(718) 425-3524 or newhouse@snug-harbor.org

Anne Wilson's Performance, 'To Cross (Walking New York)'
8/31/2014


I am participated in Anne Wilson's group performance, 'To Cross (Walking New York)' in conjunction with the exhibition Thread Lines at The Drawing Center, NY.
 
"The piece’s four participants will “walk” around the twelve foot columns, carrying a spool of thread to form a standard weaving cross (a method used to keep warp threads in order). The durational performance, which will take place over the course of two months, will result in the fabrication of a five by thirty-four foot sculpture: a colorful cross composed of innumerable strands of thread." - Ref.; The Drawing Center

I will perform these sundays.
Sun, Sept 21, 12:30-5:30pm
Sun, Sept 28, 12:30-5:30pm
Sun, Oct 19, 12:30-5:30pm
Sun, Oct 25, 12:30-5:30pm
Sun, Nov 2, 12:30-5:30pm
 

 

Surface Design Journal
8/3/2014


 
Summer Issue 2014_Korea 
Emerging Voices_Jayoung Yoon 

BBBBBREEZE
7/22/2014


 
ETHAN COHEN NEW YORK
2014 SUMMER GROUP SHOW
July 31 - September 6, 2014
 
Opening Reception: July 31, 6-8pm
251 W 19TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10011

I-Park Foundation Artist-in-Residence
6/30/2014


July 1st - 28th , 2014
 
Saturday, July 26 OPEN Studios | OPEN House 
Artists’ Presentations: music, readings, visual arts 2pm to 6pm

Small Works
6/16/2014


July 18 - August 22, 2014
Opening reception Friday, July 18, 7-9pm 

Trestle Gallery
168 7th st, 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Gallery hours: Mon to Fri, 11am - 6pm

BAC GALLERY 1ST Thursday Screening
5/14/2014

Thursday, June 5th, 6PM - 8:30PM
111 Front Street, Brooklyn NY 11201
In conjunction with the current exhibition, Subtle Approach, BAC Gallery presents a screening of Cleansing the Memories and Quiet Mind, two videos by Jayoung Yoon. 

Time-Space Capsule
5/5/2014


Wednesday, May 7 through Sunday, May 11, 2014 (8PM-12AM)
Tuesday, May 6th, 8PM-12AM - working rehearsal

One Bryant Park Urban Garden Room (corner of 43rd and Avenue of the America)
The event is free and open to public viewing
Made possible by chashama (http://www.chashama.org)

In this site-specific performance, we inhabit the Urban Garden space for 6 days between hours 8PM and 12AM. “Time-space capsule”invites the artists and the audience to enter a suspended time-space in the midst of ever accelerating New York City in search for glimpses of stillness, simplicity, nature, and beauty. We use movement, non-movement, visibility and invisibility, vulnerability, and public engagement as vehicles for transformation.

time-space capsule artists:
Interactive music: Steven Kemper and Aurie Hsu
Performers: Irina Kom, Ian Wen, Steven Kemper, Aurie Hsu, Erin Holmes, Lauren Jeanette, Bob Lyness, Hiram Pines, Lauren Robbiani, Maria Estefania Vaz Ferreira, Mattie Waters, Baptiste Denient, and Jayoung Yoon

de novo dance is partnered with HANAC (www.hanac.org), one of New York City’s largest and most successful social service organizations. We are proud to collaborate with seniors from the HANAC Harmony Innovative Senior Center in Astoria, Queens.

BRIC Media Arts Fellowship
1/10/2014


BRIC is pleased to announce the 13 artists who have been selected to receive the 2014 Media Arts Fellowship, an award which makes BRIC’s state-of-the-art media facilities and training programs available to professional Brooklyn-affiliated visual artists who have an interest in taking their practice farther.  2014 Media Arts Fellows: Santina Amato, Reginald Ellis Crump (AKA Monstah Black), collaborative team Terri Chiao & Adam Frezza, Mike Estabrook, Buhm Hong, Hayat Hyatt,Jenn Kahn, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Elizabeth Riley, Ryan Hartley Smith, Laura Silver, and Jayoung Yoon.

A 'Womanhouse' or a Roaming House? 'A Room of One's Own' Today
1/1/2014

Curated by Mira Schor

January 9 - February 2, 2014 

A.I.R. Gallery 
111 Front Street, #228 
Brooklyn, NY 1120 

Opening Reception: Thursday Jan 9th, 6-9pm 
Video Screening, Saturday, Jan 18th, 3-5pm 
Panal Discussion Saturday, Feb 1st, 4-6pm

ARTICULATE II: A limited edition art book
1/1/2014

An exhibition-in-print that explores the mercurial, intangible, messy, and expansive subject of love.  
We are artists who live and work in Los Angeles, and we are working to publish a limited edition art book called Articulate. For this edition, all the work explores the topic of love.  
Articulate is an exhibition-in-print that gives you the opportunity to bring home a thoughtfully curated selection of art and allows artists to get their work out to viewers without relying on galleries.
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