Exchange Rates: The Bushwick Expo, a collaboration between NYC-based Centotto and Theodore:Art galleries and London-based Sluice__, is an international exposition of artworks and art galleries in which curators and artists local to Bushwick, Brooklyn, will share exhibition spaces and collaborate with creative peers from seventeen cities from around the world.
Over 20 local host galleries will partner and co-exhibit with over 30 galleries on visit from elsewhere. The variety of mediums, shows and curatorial programs will be extensive. There will be panel discussions, festivities, workshops.
Most importantly, The Bushwick Expo will serve as a platform for a broad range of creative exchange—among artists, exhibitors and Exchange Rates visitors alike.
Much more information, including an interactive map, daily agendas, and information on panel discussions is all available on the official Exchange Rates website.
Karl, Stephanie, Paul, Ben and Charlie
Studio1.1 London, UK
Centotto Bushwick, US
Durden and Ray Los Angeles, US
Norte Maar Bushwick, US
Trove Brirmingham, UK
Schema Projects Bushwick, US
Sluice__ screens London, UK
Pseudo Empire Bushwick, US
Platform Gallery Seattle, US
The Active Space Bushwick, US
Paper Gallery Manchester, UK
Studio10 Bushwick, US
Fort Gallery London, UK
Art Helix Bushwick, US
Telescope Gallery Beijing, China
The Parlour Bushwick Bushwick, US
Blackwater Polytechnic Essex, UK
Spaceworks Tacoma, USA
Up State Zurich, Switzerland
Random Institute Zurich, Switzerland
Transition Gallery London, UK
SEASON Seattle, USA
Division of Labour Worcester, UK
The Penthouse Manchester, UK
The Vazquez Building Bushwick, US
The BogArt Building, Bushwick, US
Rockelmann & Berlin, Germany
Fuchs Projects Bushwick, US
Storefront Ten Eyck Bushwick, US
Sluice__ projects London, UK
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Bushwick, US
F.B.I. Worksop, UK
Honey Ramka Bushwick, US
Class1 Gallery Middlesbrough, UK
Generis Bushwick, US
Susak Expo[RT] London, UK
Harbor Bushwick, US
A Brooks London, UK
Arts in Bushwick Bushwick, US
Queenspark Railway Club Glasgow, UK
Theodore:Art Bushwick, US
ECH-O-CHAM-BER Birmingham, UK
Associated Gallery Bushwick, US
La Couleuvre Paris, France
Outlet Gallery Bushwick, US
GSL Projekt Berlin, Germany
Parallel Art Space Bushwick, US
Metamatrix Art Lab Netherlands
Fresh Window Bushwick, US
Museo Microcollection Milan, Italy
Broklyn Fire Proof Bushwick, US
In the first instance replies can be sent to info, further contact details are available on the Expo’s press page http://sluice.info/press
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Faculty and Students,
join us for this fall’s
Visiting Artist Lecture:
Natalie Frank <http://www.natalie-frank.com/>
Wednesday, September 17th, 1 pm, *Boylan 5300
See you then,
Visiting Artist Committee
*please not the venue change, this talk WILL NOT be held in the main library
Materials for the Arts is looking for an Artist Intern for our current Artist In Residence.
Our Artist In Residence, Lina Puerta, has just begun working in the MFTA Art Studio and is working toward an exhibit that will open at MFTA Gallery on Dec. 18 2014. Her work has been featured at many prestigious Museums and Galleries and she will engage and mentor the assistant in many important experiences and skills involved in the creation of artwork and preparation for an art show. www.linapuerta.net
The eligible student or recent graduate must be interested in assisting in the fabrication of sculptures and installation for the upcoming show. She is looking for someone with strong organizational skills, excellent attention to detail and ability to multi-task. The assistant must commit to two or three days a week between 9am-5pm. The position is available now and will last until the end of December 2014.
Materials for the Arts, a unit of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, is NYC’s premier reuse facility, offering thousands of pounds of reusable materials as art supplies to the city’s Public Artists, Teachers, and Community Centers. The MFTA Gallery hosts two MFTA Artists In Residence each year along with other exhibits of artwork made from repurposed materials.
John Cloud Kaiser
Materials for the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
33-00 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City, NY 11101
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> I will be having a solo exhibition of a series 36 paintings that I did in > 1994 called “Psalm 68″ at the Derfner Museum in Riverdale. The show opens > on September 21, 2014. Press Release is attached. All the best, > Archie Rand
Press Release – Archie Rand.doc
Dear Faculty and Students,I am having a show at Thomas Erben gallery this week. The opening is Thursday and I hope you will all be able to attend. The invitation is below.
Removed Individual, 2013. Oil on canvas with stretcher bars, 10 x 20 feet.
Bad Faith and Universal Technique
September 11 – October 18, 2014
Opening reception: Thursday, September 11, 6-8:30 pm
Thomas Erben is very excited to present the gallery’s first solo exhibition with painter Mike Cloud (b. 1974, Chicago, IL). In a new group of works ranging widely in size, vivid formal aspects combine with an urgent, visceral exploration of history, bringing into conversation the perspective of history’s survivors, along with its losers and winners.
Mike Cloud’s paintings break out of the format of the medium and take on irregular shapes and sculptural qualities; they invite the viewer into their own creation by sharing the experience of the physical forces involved. Canvas fastened to the front of stretcher bars and then primed creates a tension that makes wood bend under the pull of staples and rabbit-skin glue. Brushes wiped off along the edges of exposed stretchers highlight the connection between raw materials and image. Asymmetrical or multi-cornered stretchers, coarsely conjoined with gaps at the corners, emphasize the ‘objectness’ of each painting. The creation process is extended into a state where the work remains alive with innate forces.
Working within his long-developed visual vocabulary, Cloud reexamines historical phenomena and appropriates emotionally loaded symbols. The artist picks apart his subject matter and puts it back together in new configurations – often using painted words as load-bearing elements – collaging his chosen components into an intuitive imprint; an extended process compressed into a single object. Each work becomes a vessel for a certain set of symbols, channeling one particular strain of history.
The multi-panel painting Removed Individual, for example, forms two enormous stars of David, one pink and one yellow, referencing the badges used to single out homosexuals and Jews in the Nazi persecutions. Parallel narratives of survival are set forth, reflecting how marginalized groups come to terms with an often painful past. The result is both highly personal and impersonal; particular words are included, in the form of a list surrounded by maze-like representations of hands, feet and genitals, in something resembling an altarpiece. As Cloud forms charged symbols and fractured abstraction into language, we are forced to reevaluate the familiar, while being refused any easy explanations.
After studying at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Mike Cloud earned his MFA from Yale in 2003. His work has been extensively shown, at venues such as MoMA P.S.1, Marianne Boesky Gallery, White Columns, Max Protetch, Apexart, and was included in Frequency at The Studio Museum in Harlem in 2006. In addition to numerous reviews, his work was part of Painting Abstraction by Bob Nickas, Phaidon Press (2009). Cloud is currently an assistant professor at Brooklyn College/CUNY in New York.
Thomas Erben Gallery
526 West 26th Street, floor 4
New York, NY 10001
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Winter 2014-15 Study Abroad in China:
- Dates: December 31 – Jan 21, 2015 (tentative)
- Travel and Study Program, for all, to five famous Chinese cities: Beijing, Xi’an, Nanjing, Suzhou & Shanghai
- Help organize side trips to additional renowned cities: Hong Kong, Tibet, Guilin/Sanya & Yellow Mountain
Check the program’s website (photos, comments, FAQ’s, etc.) for details at:
Students may choose 1-2 courses from the following:
- ARTD 3108: Art of Ancient China
- BUSN 3175: Asian Business
- CLAS 1110 (i.e., former CORC 1110): Classical Cultures (China)
- CHIN 1010: Beginners Chinese/CHIN 1020: Intermediate Chinese
- CORC 3202: Classical Philosophies of India and China
- CORC 3206 (Core Curriculum): Development of the Silk Road
- HIST 3005: The Shaping of the Modern World
- HIST 3534: Revolutionary China
- SPEC 1619: Intercultural Communication
- SPEC 2623: Business & Professional Communication (cross-cultural perspectives)
- TVRA 3871: Elements of TV Field Production
- All courses are taught by Brooklyn College faculty, for CUNY-BC credit
- Group travel and on-site learning in 5 most famous and beautiful Chinese cities
- Field trips to many sites of historical and cultural importance (e.g., Tiananmen Square, the Great Wall, Imperial Palace, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Terra Cotta Warriors, Ancient City Walls, Buddhist Temples, Jewish Synagogue, Great Mosques, Suzhou Gardens, Silk Factory, Cloisonné Factory, the Bund, Shanghai Pudong Financial District and China’s Wall Street, etc.)
- Experience Chinese culture, interact with local people, have a real feel of Chinese life
- Travel and sightseeing are arranged by professional travel agencies
Total Estimated Program Cost: only $3,350, which includes:
a. Round-trip international tickets (NYC to Beijing; Shanghai to NYC)
b. Transportation within and between the Chinese cities
c. Nice hotels in all the cities in China
e. Admission tickets to the scenic spots
f. International travel insurance
1. CUNY undergraduate and graduate, and
2. Students from any other colleges in the U.S.
Scholarships and financial aid are available for qualified students.
Application Deadline: October 21, 2014 (first come first served)
For more information about the program,
1. Visit the program website: http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc-china/
2. E-mail Professor Lu at CUNYinChina
3. Call 718-951-5225 (ask for Ms. Sonia Garrick)
Queens College- Winter 2015 Study Abroad programs
There is no better—or more enjoyable—way of learning about the world than through travel. In fact, Queens College encourages all students to attend a Study Abroad program at some point in their academic careers. Whether or not they speak a foreign language; many classes are offered in English. Study Abroad options range from relatively short winter and summer intersession courses to programs that last a semester or two. Programs are open to all undergraduate students from all CUNY campuses (unless restricted by level of study, language fluency, or other program criteria).
This winter 2015 semester, Study Abroad is offering programs in South Africa, Japan, Australia, Costa Rica, Peru, Germany, Greece, Italy, and Oman.
Scholarships are available.
Kiely Hall, room 183
65-30 Kissena Blvd,
Flushing NY 11367
I hope this email finds you in good health and great spirits. My name is Angelea Sprinkle and I am the Community Outreach Liaison for Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic.
On Saturday, August 23, 2014, Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic will proudly host our 2nd Annual Community Health Fair & Family Day. Our church is located at 44 Berriman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11208 (between Liberty & Atlantic Avenues) However the event will be held at the East New York MEDISYS Health Network facility located at 3080 Atlantic Avenue (corner of Berriman Street). We are fortunate to be partnering with MEDISYS and we will utilize their very spacious parking lot to host the health fair.
We are in need of face painters for the children attending the festivities. Children are always very excited and happy to step into the magical world of the character that has been adorned on their precious little faces and we would love to partner with you to make that a reality for them. We are not in a position where we can monetarily reward any volunteers, however we will supply necessary art equipment (face painting kits) and letters of recognition/appreciation for any students/alumni who are willing to volunteer their time.
The event will be from 10am – 5pm. Our goal is to improve the quality of life through a balance of Christian outreach, education and positive community activities for members of the East New York and other under serviced communities.
We intend to provide a day filled with fun, health awareness & screenings, healthy snacks, lunch, music, games, and participation prizes. In addition, we will also have valuable resources for community residents such as tax services, housing assistance, immigration services, SNAP & health care information and much more. We are hosting a blood drive and we will also give out school supplies for preschool to college students. While our overall goal is to raise health awareness, cater to the elderly/youth and offer much needed resources to all we will also have a prayer corner and offer the patrons the opportunity to connect or reconnect with thier spritual needs.
Having your students and/or alumni at our event will be a wonderful addition to the scheduled health screenings and resources for the patrons of the East New York community. Please contact me at your earliest convenience for further discussion on making this event a huge success. I can be reached via email or at (347) 570 – 9987 anytime. Please feel free to forward this information to your blog, website, facebook or eblast notification system.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and your participation in our venture.
Peace and blessings,
Community Outreach Liaison
Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic
Pastor: Dr. Roberto H. Robinson Sr.
44 Berriman Street
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Christie’s Education in New York and London
Fall Information Sessions
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Join us for an upcoming recruitment event to learn more about Christie’s Education. Events include information on all of our courses including Graduate Degrees and Undergraduate Degrees as well as part-time Certificate and Short Course Offerings in London and New York. You will have the opportunity to meet with an admissions representative or faculty member to have your questions answered and tour our facilities.Register online or contact our Admissions Office to reserve your place.
Information Sessions at Christie’s Education, New York
25 August, 5:30-6:30pm
6 September, 11:00am -12:00pm
9 September, 6:00-7:00pm
25 October, 11:00am -12:00pm
28 October, 6:00-7:00pm
8 November, 11:00am -12:00pm
18 November, 6:00-7:00pm
2 December, 6:00-7:00pm
13 December, 11:00am-12:00pm
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Recruiting Events for Christie’s Education, London
3 September, University of Glasgow Undergraduate Fair
4 September, British Council Event in Seoul, South Korea
25 October, University of Glasgow Undergraduate Fair
11 November, University Glasgow Postgraduate Fair
20 November, Christie’s Education London Open Evening
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