“EFA Project Space offers an exhibition program that is full of imagination... that inserts meaningful and captivating threads of conversation in the city's art scene. It covers the range of conceptual and innovative practices, from the poetic to the humorous and the performative, always taking a crucial critical perspective, and ensuring the support of emerging artists in the process. It is a model for the next generation of alternative spaces in New York.”
- Pablo Helguera, artist
EFA Project Space wants to thank you for a fantastic year! 2012 brought us innovative curators investigating the power and purpose of aesthetic interference in the world; staged the creation of a sensational musical production that fulfilled long-shelved childhood dreams; produced a bounty of artist, theorist and activist-led explorations of the complexities of debt; and welcomed the third round of hybrid art-world heroes to the Residency for Arts Workers as Artists. Over forty events in all! We can not wait to see you in 2013 with all that we have planned.
To donate, follow this link, and indicate you wish to give to EFA Project Space Program*. If you prefer to send a check, please make it payable to the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and send attn: EFA Project Space, 323 West 39 Street, New York, NY 10018.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of You-- who have helped build this vital program
With warmest wishes for the holidays and a happy New Year,
Director, EFA Project Space
*EFA Project Space is a program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA). EFA has three core programs, EFA Studios, EFA Project Space, and EFA's Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop,
EFA Project Space was launched in September 2008 as a platform for exhibitions, events, and related content exploring a broad scope of artistic processes and trends. While rigorous ideas and cultural relevance are essential to this program, at its heart is a wish for transparency, accessibility, and a deeper level of interaction between diverse artist communities and the public.
EFA Project Space is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the City Council. Private funding for the program has been received from the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and the Foundation for Contemporary Art.
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity All donations are deductible to the full extent of tax law.