Morir Soñando curated by Alex Santana. Image by  Penn Eastburn
Morir Soñando curated by Alex Santana. Image by Penn Eastburn

Open Call for Exhibitions and Main Space Projects

Deadline: October 22nd, 2018

We are currently seeking proposals for exhibitions in our gallery spaces, and short-term events in our Main Spaces! Review the guidelines for open calls for gallery exhibitions and projects in our main spaces, and apply by October 22nd! We are also accepting proposals on a rolling basis for Open Capacity – our new space support program for artists and organizers. Take a look at …

Sophia Mak in Double Yolk Moon. Photo by Knockdown Center.
Sophia Mak in Double Yolk Moon. Photo by Knockdown Center.

Sunday Service Fall Season

Fall 2018

Join us this fall for the return of Sunday Service, a free monthly series of live work across mediums in our bar, the Ready Room. The fall 2018 season curators include: Miguel Gutierrez, Pamela Liou, Zavé Martohardjono, and Julia Santoli. Each month’s artist lineup to be announced soon! Sunday Service Fall 2018 Schedule: September 16, 7pm: Curator Pamela Liou October …

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Sunday Service Spring Season

Spring 2018

Join us this spring for the return of Sunday Service, a free monthly series of live work across mediums in our bar, the Ready Room. The spring season curators include: Jess Pretty, Rena Anakwe, Janani Balasubramanian, and Mariana Valencia. Each month’s artist lineup to be announced soon. Sunday Service Spring 2018 Schedule: March 4, 7pm: Curator Jess Pretty April 8, …

Yeah, That's What She Said! Annual Pop-up. July 217.
Yeah, That's What She Said! Annual Pop-up. July 217.

Open Call: Exhibitions and Artist Projects

Deadline: Sunday, April 15, 2018

We are currently seeking proposals for exhibitions, short-term projects, and events! We’ve rolled out a fresh proposal process, which you can find here. Review the guidelines for open calls for gallery exhibitions and projects in our main spaces, and apply by April 15th! We are also seeking proposals on a rolling basis for Open Capacity – our new space support program for artists …

Finally Got the News (1970). Courtesy Icarus Films.
Finally Got the News (1970). Courtesy Icarus Films.

Seeing Solidarity

Sunday, April 29, 2018

2:00-8:00pm

$5 – $10 sliding scale

Seeing Solidarity is a day-long program of film screenings featuring documentaries made in the 1960s and 1970s which explore labor organizing efforts from the point of view of workers, while addressing the struggles of different groups, including women and people of color, within the labor movement itself. Speakers with direct experience in labor unions and relevant campaigns will introduce each …

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Sunday Service: Pamela Liou Presents… Devin Curry, Kristen Garris, Fei Liu, Katrina Reid, Hellyn Teng, Madeline Wilcox

Sunday, September 16, 2018

7pm

Phase Shift “The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty: not knowing what comes next.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness Recent findings in neuroscience challenge the prevailing notion of a centralized self persisting throughout one’s lifetime. Expanding upon Ursula Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness, a seminal science fiction novel where …

Kathy Halfin and Jean Carla Rodea "Matter in Flux" at Wassaic Project 2018, photo by Marisa Adesman
Kathy Halfin and Jean Carla Rodea "Matter in Flux" at Wassaic Project 2018, photo by Marisa Adesman

Sunday Service: Julia Santoli Presents… Kaia Gilje, Jung Hee Mun, Kathy Halfin + Jean Carla Rodea, Raki Malhotra, Sarah Valdez

Sunday, October 7

7PM

Becoming Otherwise ALTER PIE root al “beyond” suffix ter “other”  intransitive sense “ to become otherwise” STATE Sta- “to stand, make or be firm” Julia Santoli’s Sunday Service, entitled Becoming Otherwise, explores unfixed territories and altered states featuring five artists whose work enacts and conjures transformative spaces of energetic exchange through inner/outer intentions, sculptural relations, and virtual play. Over the …

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Coming To America Theme Party

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Hilarious, sweet, and sharp, COMING TO AMERICA is Eddie Murphy’s funniest film. African prince Akeem is on a journey across the world to find a a queen. What better place to look than Queens, New York? Akeem wants to live like the common people of Queens do, but his faithful servant prefers the luxuries of palace life. Will they find a woman …