The gallery is reserved for a two week long workshop in radical education beginning on Tuesday, May 17th. Artists Huong Ngo and Hong-An Truong facilitate Acting the Words is Enacting the World, a workshop which will mobilize Brazilian popular education activist Augusto Boal’s techniques of Theater of the Oppressed to prompt students to engage with the economy in a series of intensive workshops, discussions and performances. EFA Project Space will hold a reception of the students' and artists' collaborative work on Thursday, May 26th. The gallery will be open for two days of public viewing to follow. For more information please click here.
Sea Worthy, the collaborative 2011 summer event, begins this May with workshops and screenings at The Gowanus Studio Space, followed by the opening of EFA Project Space's Sea Worthy: An Exhibition on Friday, June 10, and Flux Factory's maritime excursions beginning in July through September. Join us for artist-led workshops, public performances, maritime inspired contemporary art, and boat excursions.
The exhibition is on view from June 10 - July 29, 2011. For more information please click here.
EFA Project Space is currently looking for summer interns - Exhibitions Intern, Special Projects Intern, and PR/Development Intern - to begin late May/early June and remain through mid to late August. For more information click here.
Prolonged Engagement artist Jesal Kapadia, originally from Bombay, India, will present her most recent work titled 'a history of doing' next Friday, April 15th.
Find out more about this event by clicking here, and join us for the discussion of images, readings and screenings on the subject of radical women’s movements.
One of our favorite art blogs Bad at Sports interviews Eric Doeringer, artist and curator of I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me on its weekly podcast.
To listen to the candid conversation where Doeringer discusses his own art practice as well as the process of curating the exhibition click here!