Videoartists: Balam Soto, Jean-Michel ROLLAND, Jose Luis Serzo, Sonia Laura Armaniaco, Peter T. Christenson, Natalia Yovane, Leyla Rodriguez & Cristian Straub, Tara Raye Russo, Ausín Sáinz, Mario Sarramián, David Anthony Sant, Javier Marisco, Leonardo Gracés, Mauricio Sanhueza, Robin Assner & Adam Watkins, Khalif Thompson, Nancy Martinez, Victoria Febrer & Pedro J.
Bushwick Open Studios (BOS) is a three day arts and culture festival that celebrates the community’s vibrant arts scene with the goal of fostering dialogue and collaboration between local artists and residents.
The 2013 NYFA Mentoring Program pairs immigrant artists from all disciplines with artist mentors who provide one-on-one support for their mentee. From July - September 2013, mentors will provide their mentee with broader access to the New York cultural landscape by sharing ideas, advice, resources and experiences.
BRIC is a multi-disciplinary non-profit dedicated to presenting art and media programs that reflect Brooklyn’s creativity and diversity. BRIC also provides resources to launch, nurture, and showcase artists and media makers. All of BRIC’s offerings are free or low cost, to advance access to and understanding of arts and media.
Since 1982, Atlantic Center's residency program has provided artists from all artistic disciplines with spaces to live, work, and collaborate during three-week residencies.
SKATE THE BRONX is a fully functional skateboard installation designed for the community at large.
The skate boarding park will be open to the public on Sunday May 19 at 1:00 pm.
In addition to the artists we host as a result of the annual portfolio submission jury process, Triangle Residency currently maintains international partnerships from which we receive financial support.
Los Fantasmas is a visual storytelling and an exploration of the silenced history of Spain, my homeland. In 2010, experts calculated that more than 200,000 bodies had been buried in mass graves during the years of Franco’s dictatorship. These same international experts considered Spain to have the second highest number of mass graves, just after Cambodia.