As 2022 comes to a close, we hope that all of you enjoyed our public series, and look forward to next year’s residencies and public programming! Our exhibitions may have concluded for this session but we are still providing space for our working artists- and opening our applications for new ones in 2023! Some highlights from 2022 at LMCC include:
- Our ACGI artist exhibitions, including Amy and Jennifer Koshbin’s Sun Seekers, Elissa Blount-Moorhead and Bradford Young’s Back and Song, and Simon Benjamin’s Pillars.
- The return of our Workspace Residency Program, after a three year hiatus!
- Our Community Arts Breakfast, where we saw performances from grantees and SU-CASA artists!
- The Downtown Dinner where we honored Pan Tanowitz with the Liberty Award for Artistic Leadership, as well as celebrated and awarded LMCC Alumni.
- Our annual River To River festival, featuring Gregory Corbino’s MURMURATIONS, Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born’s repose without rest without end, Jonathan González’s PRACTICE, Rose DeSiano’s Lenticular Histories: South Street Seaport, Amy and Jennifer Koshbin’s Sun Seekers, Beth Gill’s Nail Biter, A performance by Keyon Gaskin’s, Craig Harris’ BREATHE, and Heather Kravas’ duet/duet.
- We also welcomed and celebrated our new president, Craig T. Peterson, at our Presidential Welcome event!