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1. The NYC launch of SLIDELUCK will take place on Wednesday, December 8th at the lovely Sandbox Studio, a spacious, 11th-floor space on the SoHo/TriBeCa border. The event will be a fundraiser and auction: all proceeds will go to the 501c3, SLIDELUCK POTSHOW and its community-outreach program, the Slideluck Youth Initiative.
2. PRATT is hosting its annual MFA open studios on FRIDAY from 5-9pm. ! It’s free and open to the public.
3. MIAMI: Check out the Capricious Reading Room at Seven Miami. ” The Capricious Reading Room presents a variety of Capricious publications as well as limited edition prints by Aaron McElroy, Santiago Mostyn, Justin James Reed, Skye Parrott, Sophie Mörner, and Stephen J. Shanabrook & Veronika Georgieva. Also, copies of Capricious #11, Being Fashion, will be available! The space will be up from November 30th- December 5th.” (via Capricious)
4. MIAMI: Don’t miss yours truly along with Michael Bühler-Rose, Matthew Gamber, Heather Rasmussen, Kirsten Kay Thoen and Joy Drury Cox. At Humble Art’s booth (#317) at the NADA Art Fair! Admission is free and open to the public.
6. CENTER, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting photographers, has just announced its 2011 call for entries. “The 16th annual CENTER Awards provide contestants with a prestigious and worthwhile photographic awards program. The prize packages are designed to bring exposure to worthy photographers via exhibitions, publication, and career advancement.” (via CENTER).
7. If you are looking for a studio, sign up for the LISTINGS PROJECT.
8. MIAMI: Don’t miss the boat! “Kick off your shoes, lather on the sun block and go native on “The Island,” an islet in Biscayne Bay that is being turned into an off-the-grid art spectacle. Fifteen artists including Terence Koh, Hanna Liden and Luis Gispert are doing site-specific projects in the foliage, sandbars and water.” (via NYTimes)
9. Exhibition A is now live! Exhibition A is a new members-only website offering exclusive editions of work by prominent contemporary artists – including Terence Koh, David LaChapelle, Richard Phillips, Nate Lowman, Rene Ricard, Josephine Meckseper, Aleksandra Mir, Brad Kahlhamer and Olivier Zahm.
10. Join LMCC and Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Education Center Inc. “for a special evening of music, food, dancing, and fundraising in celebration of Madeleine Hunt- Ehrlich’s photography exhibition, Caribbean in America: Things and Time. A series of related works will be on display, curated by Legacy Russell (CONTACTPROJECT.NET, Bruce High Quality Foundation), the infamous DJ Deadly Dragon Sound System will spin classic Reggae, Pastry Chef Hannah Sullivan (Baba Restaurant, Brooklyn) will be offering styled bites, and a set of limited-edition prints will be for sale. All profits will be donated to the Lambi Fund of Haiti, a Haitian-American non- profit working to rebuild the city of Port Au Prince. Event is free and open to the public.” (via LMCC) Opening Night Reception & Fundraiser to benefit the Lambi Fund of Haiti FRIDAY, December 3 at the L.E.S. Gallery, 107 Suffolk Street, New York, NY.
Madeleine Hunt- Ehrlich