Carlos J Soto is one of thirty artists working in LMCC’s Studios at 28 Liberty, participating in our Workspace program. a New York-based artist. Soto is a theatre maker, performer and designer concerned with the body as a site in which narrative threads of the personal, sexual, social and political become knotted. Learn more about his work here!
Workspace Artist-in-Residence Purvi Shah
Purvi Shah is one of thirty artists working in LMCC’s Studios at 28 Liberty, participating in our Workspace program. She’s a Brooklyn-based artist born in Ahmedabad, India. Shah believes in the art of transformation and is curious about language as dreamwork for love, transformation, and justice. Learn more about her work here!
The Downtown Dinner is Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)’s annual benefit. This year, we are pleased to honor Anita Durst, Helena Durst, and the Durst Family, as well as the Keith Haring Foundation and the Estate of Tseng Kwong Chi. We are also pleased to hold a silent Art Auction at this year’s Downtown Dinner with Paddle8!
Open Studios is a year-round series of events that brings audiences closer to the creative process and aims to demonstrate the role that artists play in creating vibrant, sustainable communities. Find out more about upcoming events here!