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Join us during New Museum’s Ideas City Festival as over 30 artists open their studios for an intimate glimpse into their creative processes.
We invite you to visit the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center on Saturday, May 4th from 12-6pm for an afternoon of Open Studios as we celebrate the arts community on the Lower East Side.
107 Suffolk Street
(between Delancey & Rivington Streets)
New York, NY 10002
Participating artists include Julie Allen, Vincenzo Amato, Sarah Beatty, Mindy Belloff, Douglas Blanchard, Linda Byrne, Natalia de Campos, Elaine Carl, Paul Clay, Eduardo Difarnecio, Inka Essenhigh, Kate Finneran, David Friedman, Robert Grant, Linda Griggs, Allen Hansen, Kylie Heidenheimer, Jonas Hidalgo, Michael Katchen, Sebastian Keneas, Tine Kindermann, Ana Kraš, Lisa Lebofsky, Chang-Jin Lee, Bill Massey, Jen Mazza, Bill Mutter, Steve Mumford, Alexis Neider, Selime Okuyan, Nicole Parcher, Rafael Perez, Mark Power, Thiago Szmrecsanyi, Miguel Trelles, Suzanne Varni, Rafael Velez, Melanie Vote, Amy Westpfahl, and more! A Sevillanas and Flamenco performance by Sol Y Luna will take place from 2:30-5:00pm in the Cenacle on the 4th floor.
Open Studios is presented by Artists Alliance Inc, in collaboration with the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Edicational Center.
ABOUT IDEAS CITY
IDEAS CITY explores the future of cities around the globe with the belief that arts and culture are essential to the vitality of urban centers, making them better places to live, work, and play. Founded by the New Museum in 2011, IDEAS CITY is a major collaborative initiative between hundreds of arts, education, and civic organizations. This year’s theme is Untapped Capital, with participants focused on resources that are under-recognized or underutilized in our cities.
IDEAS CITY is a four-day Festival of conferences and workshops, an innovative StreetFest around the Bowery, and more than one hundred independent projects and public events that are forums for exchanging ideas, proposing solutions, and accelerating creativity.
Image courtesy of Jodi Waynberg, Mark Power and Ana Kraš