Wednesday, January 28, 2015

More, January 28th, 2015 . . NYC

Evie Falci Voids and Invocations | Events Calendar

Evie Falci

Voids and Invocations

The Lodge Gallery

East Village / Lower East Side 

131 Chrystie Street, New York

Opening from 
On view 

Rox Gallery 

86 Delancey St 

closing reception: Rachid Kallamni Mazism 7-10

Art Fair: "downEAST" curated by Omar Ortiz at 
Pop-up Gallery
4 Street: 189 E 3 street, Between Avenues A & B in Manhattan, 

Algus Greenspon 71 Morton St Jason Kraus Finished Objects 6

Richard Clarkson  | Events Calendar

Richard ClarksonSVA

Chelsea | Visible Futures Lab 136 West 21 Street, 7th Floor, New York

A lecture by Richard Clarkson (MFA 2014 Products of Design) at the Visible Futures Lab exploring his body of work, his experiences at SVA and his plans for the future of his experimental product, lighting and furniture studio based both in Brooklyn and his homeland of New Zealand. The studio's keystone product is an arduino-powered combination speaker and lamp called "The Cloud." 

Making Conversations  | Events Calendar
Making Conversations

The New School

Greenwich Village / West Village 

66 West 12th Street, 

New York

Opening from 
On view 
The works presented in this exhibition celebrate the diversity of media, themes, 
and approaches that make up the First Year at Parsons The New School for Design. 

The exploratory and cross-disciplinary learning introduced in the first year curriculum aim to merge art and design with the context of the larger world. 

Projects blend digital and manual making skills, 

conceptual thinking, 
tangible objects,
 systems and theory to simultaneously build a solid foundation and challenge that same foundation. 

The conversations that begin in the first year ripple out over time, 

so we have asked a group of current second year students to share their work in this exhibition. 

Last Spring these same students were selected, while still freshen, to be in the Parsons Festival exhibition Making Meaning. 

This is an opportunity to see their work again and to look at their evolution as students, 


and scholars and to make connections to their first year peers. 

Artist Talk: Anna Jermolaewa, Lotta Törnroth "Salon" 


International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

Brooklyn, Williamsburg: 

1040 Metropolitan avenue, 

Stephen Shore in Conversation with Peter Kayafas  | Events Calendar

Stephen Shore, Beverly Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, California, June 21, 1975; Courtesy of the artist and 303 Gallery, New York Stephen Shore in Conversation with Peter Kayafas

Doors open to Pratt community at 6:00 p.m. 

Doors open to public at 6:15 p.m. 

Join Stephen Shore and Visiting Associate Professor Peter Kayafas for a conversation as part of Pratt Photography Lectures. 
The two will discuss work spanning Shore’s impressive and productive career, 
as well as Shore’s significant contributions to and influence on photography over the past four decades. 

Pratt Photography Lectures is a series presented by Pratt’s B.F.A. Photography program to feature a diverse range of photographers, 
and curators speaking about their work.

Brooklyn for Sale: The Price of Gentrification, A Community Town Hall  | Events Calendar

Brooklyn for Sale: The Price of Gentrification

A Community Town Hall


Rest Of Brooklyn 

647 Fulton Street 

At Rockwell Place, 


Join Brooklyn Independent Media for a live broadcast of their next town hall. 

In Brooklyn for Sale: The Price of Gentrification, 
we explore the emotions, 
and future of this complex process defining the Brooklyn experience. 

It’s one of the foremost questions confronting Brooklyn today: 
Where do market forces and policy need to meet so that we can preserve the integrity of our diverse borough? 

Believing that every voice counts, 
BRIC seeks to include as many perspectives as possible on the issue: 
the homeowner whose property is suddenly worth millions; 
he renter who’s afraid he’ll be priced out
and forget being able to buy; 
the longtime resident being pushed out of her neighborhood; 

the many people who feel the racial and class tensions troubling the place we call home. 

Opening Remarks: 

Scott Stringer 
(New York City Comptroller) 


Sharon Zukin 
(Sociology Professor, Brooklyn College) 

Robert Cornegy 
(City Council Member, 36th District) 

Neil deMause 
(Journalist/Author of The Brooklyn Wars: The Stories Behind the Remaking of New York's Most Populous Borough) 

Ron Shiffman 
(Urban Planner/ Founder of the PRATT Center for Community Development) 

Jherelle Benn 
(Community Organizer, Flatbush Tenant Coalition) 

Juan Ramos
(Chair of the Broadway Triangle Community Coalition) 


Brian Vines 
(Brooklyn Independent Media) 

Join the conversation and be heard. 

Send us your questions to the panelist via social media using #BHeard 
and they may be answered live during the broadcast. 


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