Opening reception: July 9, 6 pm Dates: Wednesdays through Sundays, July 9 - 30 Invite or Reject is an ambitious new Irish Visual Arts Exhibition curated by MART’s Ciara Scanlan and Matthew Nevin. The show consists of 15 selected Irish artists to create new work spread over a three-city exhibition.
Feb 19th 2010, 8pm till late
Suggested donation, $15 (tax-deductible)
Open bar courtesy of Campari, 21+
Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on Friday, February 19th for Housebroken, Flux’s inaugural show! In celebration of our newest home, we’ve invited dozens upon dozens of artists to create works throughout the building. Housebroken is easily our biggest project ever, with over 100 installations, performances, and homey additions to our factory…. Eclectic performances and unparalleled reverie begin at 8 pm, continuing on into the night.
Housebroken will remain on view every Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 6 pm until March 21st.
On Goings, Happenings and Performances for Feb. 19th:
8:00 – 9:00 Nick Golebiewski & Marin Tockman Souper Ate dinner party and projection, kitchen
8:00 – 9:00 Adrian Owen: Arias in the Shower
9:00 – 9:30 Olive McKeon, Quiet raucous on the kitchen table
8:00 – 11:00 Nelson Loskamp: Electric chaircut, gallery annex
8:00 – 10:00 David & David perform Self Help Singing Sculpture, elp,gallery
10:00 – 10:30 White Limo rocking metal in the pit
10:30 – 2:00 DJ Taliesin and Mosholu Park with video art by NES.Avi
Throughout the evening:
Anna Lise Jensen: Conversation Piece in the library
Matt Levy: Action Misdirection, tours of the building. Find him.
Lucille Calmel: Intimate performance and screening in downstairs studio.
SKOTE: To grok (pronounced /ˈɡrɒk/) is to share the same reality or line of thinking with another physical or conceptual entity.
Tracy Gilman, David Schleifer & Lauren Silberman Make It Happen in the office
Housebroken is made possible with public funds from New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs,and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
We are grateful for the support of Campari, Build It Green!, and Materials for the Arts.