|Join us Thursday 6/21 in Hell’s Kitchen Park, 3-10 PM on 10th Avenue between 47th/48th Streets! For a day of free music of many genres, improvise/jam with us, Local donated cuisine, yoga/contortionist, & an after party at a Restaurant Row Tavern!
Schedule below, this will also serve as a post HK: ArtiST ’12 Festival meeting, bring your friends & just listen, socialize & network, or if you wish, add suggestions, idea(l)s, plans & bring instruments to jam! We are one of over 1000 NYC concerts on the Summer Solstice as part of MakeMusicNY.org.
The next issue of “At The Edge” Magazine (link to ’11 premiere): available by late July! Contributors & HK: ArtiST ’12 members are again entitled to a free issue! Release details TBA. To read the dozens of media features, print/TV/Radio listings, many versions of Maps, Posters,
postcard invitations, ads, youtube channel/new promo video, print & expanded online magazine, Sponsor/Media Kits, Biz plan: see the Promo page & other altruistic propaganda at ArtistsintheKitchen.org!
Below this concert schedule, find listings for assorted complimentary events, grants, opportunities, classes & our Hell’s Kitchen Artists Guild member’s/those At The Edge spotlighted news & shows!
Before 3:45 AND Substitute/Alternate/Striker for inevitable unavoidable later cancelation: Hell’s Kitchen’s own Sandra Small & the Smallworld Band. Soul/Funk/Rock/Jazz. www.sandrasmall.com.
Before 3:45 PM & throughout when opportunity presents, including last set below:: David Scalza & his multifarious & ethnic musical instruments improvisation with/distributed to audience. Djembe drums, flutes, geee-tar, more.
5:45-6:50 PM The Buzz Clips, ’90′s Rock Covers. www.facebook.com/thebuzzclips
6:50-8:00 PM Karen and Joe. Rock & Blues. http://www.reverbnation.com/
8:00-9:10 PM Curtis Becraft and the Dilettantes. Rock, Blues, Traditional/Irish. Facebook/
Perspectives: New Views of FAPC. Reception Tuesday, June 19th, 6:30-8:30, then welcome at post event Italian restaurant food & drink social with artist
Showcasing 29 images from a commission with Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in NYC, at corner of 55th and 5th Avenue (W55th Street entrance). Show closes 9-3, closing reception on Tuesday, Sept. 4th, 6:30-8:30. Private Tours/showings available, & see complete commission of 300 + photographs available in any size or material, preview HERE.e
Art Takes Times Square/Artists Wanted announced their finalists on Giant Billboards at the world’s Crossroads all Monday night. Meet them, YOU choose the winner!
|Double Congratulations! Art for Healing by Loren Ellis, Hell’s Kitchen/HK: ArtiST star gallery (405 W 50th Street) celebrated its 12th Anniversary May 3rd. ALSO: selected for July’s Salute the Arts *STAR* Initiative. Listen for the mentions on WNYC 93.9 FM and AM 820, and on WQXR 105.9 FM; look for them on www.wnyc.org/events andwww.wqxr.org/events!|
Nirvana NYC New Age/Art store has moved across the street to 828 9th Avenue, 4th Floor! Seminars & private consultations available. Owner Joseph Wippler not only again will be featured in “At The Edge”, but DESIGNED the front & inside back covers where we again use windows to pop in many great artist’s works! Thanks Joe!
FREE to enter, Halloween deadline: Submissions are now open for the 6th Annual Mono No Aware exhibition, to take place 12-7/8, 2012 in Brooklyn, NY. Open to all artists; filmmakers, performers, poets, musicians – who incorporate Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live performance, installation, sculpture or expanded cinema presentation. Event history, entry details & submissions form at www.mononoawarefilm.com.
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Ideally, we would love about 4 pieces of art per artist, but depending on size, it could be one super-biggie or more than 5 smaller. We are totally open. All artists will sign a contract that it is OK to show their art (as we are not insured, although a CRC member will be with the art the whole evening and we do not anticipate problems.) Artists are responsible for the display of their pieces (i.e. hangers, etc). We’re very grass roots, as we are showing in an alley that we converted to a sublime party space in a hidden nook of the UWS, which is closed to the public and open to the CRC and it’s guests that evening. In case of bad weather, we’d be showing in our basement – same address. If artists wish to see the space prior, we can be available on Sundays to show them around from 4-8pm). All art would be dropped off and hung on July 15 (between 4pm and 5pm for a 6pm start time). All artwork must be taken home by the artist that evening (any time after 8pm). Again, as we lack official insurance, we cannot store art for artists. We do not charge artists to show their work. It is not a selling event, but we definitely encourage the artist to be on hand to discus their art and hand out further publicity for selling at a later moment. As to content, we are open, though must be broadly appropriate”.
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