Archive for June 2020

Manhattan Arts Grants: applications and guidelines are live!

Image Credits: The UPROOT Series, photo by Yadin Goldman; Carla Torres, Dreamers Mural; Four Seas Players, Farewell Ben Man, PAMAR, Latin American Culture Week, Paracademia Center, photo by Zenith Clickz LMCC is thrilled to announce the launch of the 2021 program guidelines and application forms for LMCC’s Manhattan Arts Grants: Creative Engagement, Creative Learning, and UMEZ Arts Engagement.…

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SU-CASA Conversation with artists Jing Dong, Lisa Spraragen & Natasha Tiniacos

In this conversation moderated by LMCC Director of Grants & Services, Ana Fiore, LMCC’s SU-CASA artists Jing Dong, Lisa Spraragen & Natasha Tiniacos talk about their experiences working with older adults and how they stay connected to seniors during the quarantine. This conversation was recorded on May 6, 2020. Transcript Ana Fiore  0:25 Hi everyone.…

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SU-CASA Virtual Open House this Friday, June 26

Spanish Guitar Workshop at COTHOA Luncheon Club Senior Center, Lisa Spraragen, SU-CASA 2020 SU-CASA Virtual Open House Friday, June 26 from 9am – 4pm LMCC invites you to a celebration of our SU-CASA artists and their work with older adults! This year, so much of what has previously been essential to the SU-CASA program; the in person relationship between the…

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Asiya Wadud: ECHO EXHIBIT Update

Due to an overwhelming response, all calls in English for Asiya Wadud ECHO EXHIBIT have been reserved! However, phone calls in multiple languages are still available. From July 6-10, participate in conversations in American Sign Language, Arabic, French, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, Taiwanese, or Turkish. For participants who are Deaf, deaf or Hard of Hearing, we…

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LMCC Alumni in the News

Weight from André Daughtry Many of LMCC’s alumni have been featured in the news for their activism and artwork. André Daughtry (Workspace 2018-2019) was featured in Artlyst for his work Weight, which is featured in the video above. Weight is a video work from 2014 that attempts ‘to visualize societal projections on the black male…

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In Solidarity

Dear LMCC Community, Our hearts are filled with sorrow and grief for the families and communities impacted by the recent murders and countless deaths prior. At this moment, we grieve alongside you at the loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade—four innocent Black lives violently ended by the hands of police and…

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