December 2021 Grantee Events

Bonita Oliver, 2021 Creative Engagement & UMEZ Arts Engagement Grantee, Photo by Amber Peterson Experience a wide range of virtual art activities by supporting our Creative Engagement and UMEZ Arts Engagement grantees and their events this month. Cecile Chong  El Dorado On View through August 30, 2022 Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, E 47th St, New York,…

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Artists Remain the Heart of our Work

At LMCC, our core mission is to provide artists with networks, resources, and support. We center artists and their contributions to the cultural life of New York City. It’s Giving Tuesday, and 2021 has continued to pose immense challenges to our artistic community. Please make a gift to LMCC today, and support independent artists and…

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Rethinking Residencies Symposium

December 8–10, 2021 Three days of conversations, lectures, and videos on visual art residencies. Online Free with registration The Rethinking Residencies Symposium invites artists, curators, scholars, and residency organizations worldwide to come together to address residency programs as critical sites of production within the field of visual arts. The symposium will consider existing scholarship and…

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2022 Arts Center Residency Applications are due this Friday, November 12!

View of Noel Caban’s studio, Arts Center Residency 2021. Photo by Gregory Gentert. This is the final week to apply for the Arts Center Residency! The Arts Center at Governors Island provides year-round residency programs for artists of all backgrounds, creative practices, and disciplines. The 2022 Arts Center Residency will offer short-term, project-based residencies to…

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Remembering Bettina

Yto Barrada with guest artist Bettina: The Power of Two Suns. Photo by Brian J. Green. We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of artist Bettina Grossman, who was a guest artist in the 2019 exhibition at the Arts Center at GovernorsIsland, The Power of Two Suns by Yto Barrada. Simply known as…

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November 2021 Grantee Events

Tami Tyree, 2021 Creative Engagement & UMEZ Arts Engagement Grantee Experience a wide range of virtual art activities by supporting our Creative Engagement and UMEZ Arts Engagement grantees and their events this month. Advent Lutheran Church Music Mondays November 1, 2021 at 7:30 PM Advent Lutheran Church, 2504 Broadway at 93rd Street, New York, NY…

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Thank you for joining us at The Arts Center at Governors Island this season!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this season’s programming at The Arts Center! The talented Artists in Residence brought their joy, art, creativity, and ideas to the studios. Through their work, the themes of equity and sustainability were explored, fostering important discussions amongst the artists and the broader community of New York. Our…

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Last Chance to Visit the Arts Center!

This is the final weekend to visit the Arts Center at Governors’ Island before we close for the season. Visit Meg Webster’s Wave: the exhibition space presents a cohesive, yet artificial, microcosm raising questions about cycles of life, nature, technology, care, and maintenance. The Forever Museum Archive_Circa 6000BCE by Onyedika Chuke analyzes social, cultural, and political…

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We Are Seeking a Full-Time Workplace Associate!

LMCC seeks a permanent full-time Workplace Associate to join immediately. The Workplace Associate is an integral part of the Finance & Administration team working closely with the Executive Director, Finance & Administration in all activities involved in the facilities and equipment management for LMCC’s spaces. This individual will maintain vendor and customer relations for LMCC…

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Highlights from the October Take Care Series

Image Credit to Gregory Gentert Thank you all who joined us last Saturday, at our October Take Care Series! We welcomed visitors to participate in the workshop by Earth Celebrations artist Michele Brody. At the workshop, participants created colorful prints and scarves using natural elements that don’t harm the environment, and celebrate nature’s abundance of…

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