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Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the M...
11/02/2020

Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the Mexican farm workers who were buried alive or wounded in routine gasoline baths at the Mexican border nearly a century ago. The piece will screen as an outdoor projection at the Norwood Club in the East Village, accompanied by an original acapella performance by composer Renzo Vitale, and performed live by members of Bare Opera. A conversation with Queer/Art Mentor Rodrigo Bellott will precede the screening.

RSVP is required: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

This event is part of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | Mentorship Annual Exhibition by current Fellow Anthonywash.Rosado and titled ARCANUM, open from 29 October 2020 through 7 January 2021. The exhibition will present across multiple formats and locations, including a virtual gallery and public outdoor performances throughout New York City, new work by graduating fellows of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | Mentorship program: Brian Gonzalez, Patrick G. Lee, Maria Jose Maldonado, Felli Maynard, Olaiya Olayemi, Sarah Sanders, and Sarah Zapata. Learn more at
www.queer-art.org/qam-annual.

TAXIPLASM × Queer/Art: “INVISIBLE VIOLENCE”
Saturday, 21 November 2020
Norwood Club, 241 W. 14th Street, New York, NY 10011
5:30-6:30
RSVP: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the M...
10/31/2020

Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the Mexican farm workers who were buried alive or wounded in routine gasoline baths at the Mexican border nearly a century ago. The piece will screen as an outdoor projection at the Norwood Club in the East Village, accompanied by an original acapella performance by composer Renzo Vitale, and performed live by members of Bare Opera. A conversation with Queer/Art Mentor Rodrigo Bellott will precede the screening.

RSVP is required: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

This event is part of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | Mentorship Annual Exhibition by current Fellow Anthonywash.Rosado and titled ARCANUM, open from 29 October 2020 through 7 January 2021. The exhibition will present across multiple formats and locations, including a virtual gallery and public outdoor performances throughout New York City, new work by graduating fellows of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | Mentorship program: Brian Gonzalez, Patrick G. Lee, Maria Jose Maldonado, Felli Maynard, Olaiya Olayemi, Sarah Sanders, and Sarah Zapata. Learn more at
www.queer-art.org/qam-annual.

TAXIPLASM × Queer/Art: “INVISIBLE VIOLENCE”
Saturday, 21 November 2020
Norwood Club, 241 W. 14th Street, New York, NY 10011
5:30-6:30p
RSVP: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the M...
10/30/2020

Queer/Art | Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez (TAXIPLASM) premieres "Invisible Violence", a visual requiem for the Mexican farm workers who were buried alive or wounded in routine gasoline baths at the Mexican border nearly a century ago. The piece will screen as an outdoor projection at the Norwood Club in the East Village, accompanied by an original acapella performance by composer Renzo Vitale, and performed live by members of Bare Opera. A conversation with Queer/Art Mentor Rodrigo Bellott will precede the screening.

RSVP is required: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

This event is part of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | | Mentorship Annual Exhibition by current Fellow Anthonywash.Rosado and titled ARCANUM, open from 29 October 2020 through 7 January 2021. The exhibition will present across multiple formats and locations, including a virtual gallery and public outdoor performances throughout New York City, new work by graduating fellows of the 2019-2020 Queer/Art | Mentorship program: Brian Gonzalez, Patrick G. Lee, Maria Jose Maldonado, Felli Maynard, Olaiya Olayemi, Sarah Sanders, and Sarah Zapata. Learn more at
www.queer-art.org/qam-annual.

TAXIPLASM x Queer/Art: "INVISIBLE VIOLENCE"
Saturday, 21 November 2020
Norwood Club, 241 W. 14th Street, New York, NY 10011
5:30-6:30p
RSVP: https://www.queer-art.org/arcanum-special-events-rsvp

10/27/2020
Day of Indigenous Unity: Ken Koshio

We were honored to open Day of Indigenous Unity on 12 October with a sunrise Hopitowa drum ceremony by Ken Koshio. A Japanese-born singer and songwriter, Ken ushered in the day on a mountaintop near Phoenix, Arizona. This elevated space is the same from which he was broadcast on 6 August to open Hiroshima 75th Memorial “Peace+Art+Music”. https://midheaven.network.com

10/26/2020

“Until I Know My Truth”, created and performed by TAXIPLASM, is a performance broadcast during Day of Indigenous Unity on 12 October. About this towering video installation, founder, choreographer x creative director Brian Gonzalez described it as “a collection of monolithic video diptychs incorporating a variety of identities of every color, age, and gender.”
https://midheaven.network

Watch Phenom Sarah E. Brook tonight in Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art Fellowship in Conversation, Monday 26 October 6-8p. R...
10/26/2020
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Sarah E. Brook, Evan Paul English, and Sarp Kerem Yavuz in Conversation with Jeanne Vaccaro. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Watch Phenom Sarah E. Brook tonight in Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art Fellowship in Conversation, Monday 26 October 6-8p.
RSVP is required: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrdu2grDooGta-Yd-K41ToeUGc1R9SCOXX

Led by curator and scholar Jeanne Vaccara, Sarah, Evan Paul English, and Sarp Kerem Yavuz will speak tonight in the series' first conversation, part of the fellowship's restructuring due to the pandemic.

Since its inception, the Artist Fellowship, led by director Ela Troyano, has centered queer artists of color from a wide range of cultural experience.

See you tonight, 6p.
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrdu2grDooGta-Yd-K41ToeUGc1R9SCOXX

Join us Monday, October 26 from 6-8 pm for the first in a series of conversations with the third cohort of the Leslie-Lohman Artist Fellowship. The first event includes presenting artists Sarah E. Brook, Evan Paul English, and Sarp Kerem Yavuz with curator and scholar Jeanne Vaccaro. Each of the fou...

10/24/2020

Broadcast during Day of Indigenous Unity on 12 October, Grammy-winning multidisciplinary artist Ty Defoe encouraged us to keep up with her rhythm by feeling our own heartbeats. Heartbeats represent that of Mother Earth, the first thing we feel when we are born: "When we feel the rhythm, we're always dancing."⠀
And “we” is all of us - Indigenous, Black, Brown, and every single culture and community.

@tydefoe shares the powerful hoop dance, each beautiful hoop representing all of us - Indigenous, Black, Brown, and all ...
10/12/2020

@tydefoe shares the powerful hoop dance, each beautiful hoop representing all of us - Indigenous, Black, Brown, and all cultures. ⠀

She encouraged us to keep up with her rhythm by feeling our own heartbeats. Our heartbeats represent that of Mother Earth, the first thing we feel when we are born.⠀

As Ty said, "When we feel the rhythm, we're always dancing."⠀

#IndigenousPeoples #hoopdance #MotherEarth #rhythm #dance #unity

We began Day of Indigenous Unity with @kenkoshio drumming, playing flute, and moving on the top of Camelback Mountain in...
10/12/2020

We began Day of Indigenous Unity with @kenkoshio drumming, playing flute, and moving on the top of Camelback Mountain in Arizona.⠀

His Sunrise Taiko is the latest morning drum ceremony, continuing a daily practice Ken started when the COVID-19 pandemic began. ⠀

We honor his skills, leadership, and commitment always, and particularly on this day, where Indigenous People are recognized and celebrated. ⠀

See you soon for our continuing programs, programs, and conversations, all broadcast live on midheaven.network (link in bio).⠀

#IndigenousPeoples #IndigenousUnity #Hopitowa

MIDHEAVEN Network presents Day of Indigenous Unity LIVE on 12 October 2020 from 10a-3p at Norwood on https://midheaven.n...
10/11/2020

MIDHEAVEN Network presents Day of Indigenous Unity LIVE on 12 October 2020 from 10a-3p at Norwood on https://midheaven.network.

The second conversation, starting at 1p, is Decolonization & Land Management, a knowledge sharing with Indigenous and non-indigenous experts. Our moderator is Rebecca Irby, the Founding Partner and President of PEAC Institute. Over the last ten years, Rebecca has served as an education and technology consultant on diversity and cultural awareness initiatives with the NJ Department of Education, Rutgers University, the National Liberty Museum, Nagoya University, and many others. Rebecca sits on an advisory board incorporating social skills training into the core programs of schools around the United States.

She recently completed a cross-cultural communications textbook for the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry. She created business English communication curricula for some of the world's largest organizations, including the Red Cross, Toyota, and Mitsubishi. Rebecca works on social documentaries and charity events. She produced and debuted her first film “That Day,” the story of a Hiroshima survivor, on August 6, 2013. Her last charity event was on March 2015, when she organized and rode in a 500km bike and run through the areas affected by the tsunami of 2011.

Join Rebecca Irby and experts from around the world for Decolonization & Land Management on Monday 12 October 2020 at 1p at Norwood LIVE on https://midheaven.network.

#IndigenousPeople #IndigenousUnity #decolonization #landmanagement #PEACInstitute #MIDHEAVENNetwork

MIDHEAVEN Network presents Day of Indigenous Unity LIVE on 12 October 2020 from 10a-3p at Norwood on https://midheaven.n...
10/10/2020

MIDHEAVEN Network presents Day of Indigenous Unity LIVE on 12 October 2020 from 10a-3p at Norwood on https://midheaven.network.

Starting the program at 10a is Confronting the Climate Crisis. Our moderator is Rebecca Irby, the Founding Partner and President of PEAC Institute. Over the last ten years, Rebecca has served as an education and technology consultant on diversity and cultural awareness initiatives with the NJ Department of Education, Rutgers University, the National Liberty Museum, Nagoya University, and many others. Rebecca sits on an advisory board incorporating social skills training into the core programs of schools around the United States.

She recently completed a cross-cultural communications textbook for the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry. She created business English communication curricula for some of the world's largest organizations, including the Red Cross, Toyota, and Mitsubishi. Rebecca works on social documentaries and charity events. She produced and debuted her first film “That Day,” the story of a Hiroshima survivor, on August 6, 2013. Her last charity event was on March 2015, when she organized and rode in a 500km bike and run through the areas affected by the tsunami of 2011.

Join Rebecca Irby and indigenous people from around the world for Confronting the Climate Crisis: The Central Role of Indigenous Peoples as Frontline Defenders Against Climate Change on Monday 12 October 2020 at 10a at Norwood LIVE on https://midheaven.network.

#IndigenousPeople #IndigenousUnity #climatecrisis #defenders #climatechange #PEACInstitute #MIDHEAVENNetwork

#phenom @rebecca_stenn Reposted from the artist Just finished this! It’s called, “Autumn and Arabi, with Diana”. I think...
09/30/2020

#phenom @rebecca_stenn
Reposted from the artist
Just finished this! It’s called, “Autumn and Arabi, with Diana”. I think it might be the last painting I’ll make for the I Have a Dream series I’ve been working on the for the past few months. I love this moment here, my rock star student Diana, kneeling down to check in with these two beauties. And, I’m getting ready for my show at Agora Gallery where some of the I Have a Dream paintings will be shown! Show runs Nov 24-Dec 15. Opening night Dec 3, 6pm. #agoragallery #newwork #newpaintings #ihaveadream #ihaveadreamfoundation #acryliconcanvas #multimedia #newspaperheadlines #galleryshow #dreaming

This is by @brooklyntintype and is available for viewing inSUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscenter...
09/22/2020

This is by @brooklyntintype and is available for viewing in
SUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscenter's 11th Cycle of Artists in Residence⁠⁠ (AiR).

In-person viewing is available:
September 19 - 28,⁠ 11a-7p, by appointment at Textile Arts Center
505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

An online exhibition is on http://textileartscenter.com⁠.
To make an appointment or for more information, please email [email protected].⁠⁠⁠

Photo by George Del Barrio for @thevanderbiltrepublic.

#textileartscenter #aircycle11 #fabricarts

09/22/2020

Broadcast during Hiroshima 75th Memorial "Peace+Art+Music", we were honored to be inspired by Valarie Kaur, as she spoke to and for everyone around the world. Breathe. Push. Love.
Watch, and witness this remarkable person speak not only truth to power, but truth to revolution.

This is by @yidanzeng and is available for viewing inSUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscenter's 11t...
09/21/2020

This is by @yidanzeng and is available for viewing in
SUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscenter's 11th Cycle of Artists in Residence⁠⁠ (AiR).

In-person viewing is available:
September 19 - 28,⁠ 11a-7p, by appointment at Textile Arts Center
505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

An online exhibition is on http://textileartscenter.com⁠.
To make an appointment or for more information, please email [email protected].⁠⁠⁠

Photo by George Del Barrio for @thevanderbiltrepublic.

#textileartscenter #aircycle11 #fabricarts

This is by @melissajoseph_art, and is available for viewing inSUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscen...
09/19/2020

This is by @melissajoseph_art, and is available for viewing in
SUBTLE SPEAKS: The Final Exhibition of the @textileartscenter's 11th Cycle of Artists in Residence⁠⁠ (AiR).

In-person viewing begins today.
September 19 - 28,⁠ 11a-7p, by appointment⁠ at Textile Arts Center
505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215.

An online exhibition is on http://textileartscenter.com⁠.⁠
To make an appointment or for more information, please email [email protected].⁠⁠⁠

Photo by George Del Barrio for @thevanderbiltrepublic.

#textileartscenter #aircycle11 #fabricarts

In partnership with @thevanderbiltrepublic , the @textileartscenter (TAC) is installing Subtle Speaks. This work is by @...
09/19/2020

In partnership with @thevanderbiltrepublic , the @textileartscenter (TAC) is installing Subtle Speaks. This work is by @yidanzeng. ⠀

On view from 19-28 September 2020, in the TAC Project Space at the Textile Arts Center, open for in-person viewing by appointment 11a-7p, email [email protected] to schedule. ⠀

Learn more at https://textileartscenter.com/exhibition/subtle-speaks/ (link in @textileartscenter bio) ⠀
Textile Arts Center, 505 Carroll Street ⠀
Brooklyn, New York 11215. 718-369-0222⠀

#textileartscenter #artistsinresidence #subtlespeaks #textileart #care #respect #empathy #thevanderbiltrepublic

In partnership with @thevanderbiltrepublic , the @textileartscenter (TAC) is installing Subtle Speaks. This work is by @...
09/18/2020

In partnership with @thevanderbiltrepublic , the @textileartscenter (TAC) is installing Subtle Speaks. This work is by @aomikukuchi.⠀

On view from 19-28 September 2020, in the TAC Project Space at the Textile Arts Center, open for in-person viewing by appointment 11a-7p, email [email protected] to schedule. ⠀

Learn more at https://textileartscenter.com/exhibition/subtle-speaks/ (link in @textileartscenter bio) ⠀
Textile Arts Center, 505 Carroll Street ⠀
Brooklyn, New York 11215. 718-369-0222⠀

#textileartscenter #artistsinresidence #subtlespeaks #textileart #care #respect #empathy #thevanderbiltrepublic

Reposted from @textileartscenter #artistsinresidence #aircycle11 Cong-Tam Nguyen @cong.tam.nguyen⁠ ⁠⠀⠀⁠⠀⠀"Acrylic and im...
09/18/2020

Reposted from @textileartscenter #artistsinresidence #aircycle11 Cong-Tam Nguyen @cong.tam.nguyen⁠ ⁠⠀⠀
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"Acrylic and image transfer on cotton, found lapel pins & charms/keychains, grommets"⁠⠀⠀
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SUBTLE SPEAKS: Final Exhibition of the Textile Arts Center’s 11th Cycle of Artists in Residence⁠⠀⠀
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Textile Arts Center's Artist in Residence (TAC AIR) program equips artists and designers with resources and skills to better develop and articulate their artistic practices. Through TAC AIR, residents are able to advance their work, actively pursue their career ambitions, foster connections within the textile art community and share their knowledge outside of the studio walls.⁠⠀⠀
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SAVE THE DATE:⁠⠀⠀
September 19 - 28, 2020,⁠ 11am-7pm, by appointment⁠⠀⠀
⁠Textile Arts Center, 505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn NY⁠⁠⠀⠀
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An online exhibition will be hosted on www.textileartscenter.com⁠⠀⠀
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#repost #textileartscenter #air11 #tacair11

09/18/2020
Hiroshima 75th Memorial — Zoe Krantz

Zoe Krantz's documentary short, broadcast during Hiroshima 75th Memorial "Peace+Art+Music", shared how people are capable of resilience when they align.

Reposted from @textileartscenter #artistinresidence #aircycle11 Rowan Renee @brooklyntintype⁠ ⁠⁠📷: Airport Beach 2 by Ro...
09/18/2020

Reposted from @textileartscenter #artistinresidence #aircycle11 Rowan Renee @brooklyntintype⁠ ⁠

📷: Airport Beach 2 by Rowan ⁠
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SUBTLE SPEAKS: Final Exhibition of the Textile Arts Center’s 11th Cycle of Artists in Residence⁠⁠

September 19 - 28, 2020,⁠ 11am-7pm, by appointment⁠
⁠Textile Arts Center, 505 Carroll Street, Brooklyn NY⁠⁠

An online exhibition will be hosted on www.textileartscenter.com⁠

To make an appointment or for more information, email [email protected].⁠⁠⁠

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#textileartscenter #air11 #tacair11

09/16/2020
Japanese American National Museum – “Under a Mushroom Cloud”

Shown during Hiroshima 75th Memorial “Peace+Art+Music”, Clement Hanami of @jamuseum told the story of Sadako Sasaki. Sadako, diagnosed with leukemia at age 12 due to exposure to radiation caused by the Hiroshima bombing ten years prior, folded more than 1000 origami cranes before her death. She folded cranes because they are a symbol of good luck. She wanted to live, and the cranes made her wish tangible.

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