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EFA Project Space Presents
A Studio Residency for New York City Arts Workers
EFA Project Space announces a pilot residency program for arts workers who are also artists, beginning in August, 2010. This unique residency is aimed at nourishing the creative needs of arts professionals (administrators, curators, registrars, developers, writers, producers, etc) who are artists in their own right, but the demands of their positions leave limited time and space to consistently sustain individual practice.
Eight artists have be nominated and accepted as the inaugural participants in this program. Nominations were based on outstanding service to the art community over a significant span of time...
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Assembly Line kicks off in June with Hexayurts and a soft sculpture/public art project you can climb into!
The first two sessions of Assembly line on June 16th and 30th were productive, fun, and provided participants with an inside perspective of two local artist's unique practices and production techniques. The artists, Carla Aspenberg and Anne Percoco each led the teams in producing portions of their one of their current projects, gaining some much needed assistance and the opportunity to intimately share their work with the group.
To learn more about the first two Assembly Line workshops at EFA Project Space, as well as see the schedule for July, click here.