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Our New Home: Gottscheer Hall & Notable Exhibitions

In honor of our first meeting in nearly six months (not counting the Backyard Biennial), we had six artists present work at Gottscheer Hall. Our new meeting spot is a local bar and cultural hub that in it's over ninety years in operation has housed weddings, beauty pageants, dances, and now our humble Marble Hill Camera Club.

 

Our next meeting is scheduled for December 16th, and out of town guest speakers will make for a lively time. 

 

We're looking for a few donations: a decent bluetooth speaker that can fill a small hall with sound, a small guitar amp that a vocal microphone could be plugged into, a microphone, and mic stand so that we can not only hear our speakers but begin to record these mini lectures for posterity sake. Our club runs entirely on the donations of the people that come to our meetings, and it's worked really well so far. There are a few things we'd like to improve, and sound is an important one. 

 

OPPORTUNITIES | EVENTS | SHOWS

 

Exhibition Opportunity | 

 

Visual Aids, Postcards from the Edge

Postcards from the Edge 2017 raised over $94,000 to-date for the programs

of VISUAL AIDS. There were 1,432 postcard-sized works on display by artists from around the world, and over a thousand people attended the event. Our gratitude goes out to all the participating artists and everyone who comes out to support Visual AIDS, enabling us to produce AIDS-focused contemporary art programs and provide supplies and assistance to artists living with HIV/AIDS, many who are unable to continue producing work without such support.  

 

Postcard must be mailed by December 4th | Application information here

 

Exhibitions |

 

Carriage Trade, Picture City III

November 2 – December 22, 2017

Opens Thursday, November 2, 6-8pm
Arnon Ben-David Morgan Blair Jennifer Bolande

Andre Kertesz Stanley Kubrick Diane Nerwen John Schabel

Cindy Sherman Robert Smithson Philip Vanderhyden
 

OCCUPY MANA: Friends in Solidarity (Year 1)

Curated by Phong Bui & Rail Curatorial Projects

October 15–December 16, 2017
Main Building (888 Newark Ave.)

Z Behl, Louis Block, Dana Buhl, Sante D'Orazio, Bradley Eros, Chris Felver
Benjamin Fredrickson, Sarah Halpern, Hands Off Our Revolution*, Rindon Johnson,

Ben Keating, James English Leary, Alberto Montaño Mason, Kele McComsey
Cy Morgan, Antonio Murado, Rocío Olivares, Yigal Ozeri, G.T. Pellizzi
Kara Rooney, Raphael Rubinstein & Heather Bause ,Lola Montes Schnabel
Pacifico Silano, Ray Smith, Sei Smith, Erik Sommer, Tomas Vu, Nat Ward,

Ziv Yonatan & Lily Rattok

 

 

 

Nat Ward, A Nationless Place,

Ford Foundation Live Gallery, New York Live Arts

September - March 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

G.B. Jones and Paul P.
BORN YESTERDAY

Nov. 12 — Dec. 17, 2017

at PARTICIPANT INC 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performance from Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento, CA, April 2017 featuring The Royalty Dancers. Photo: Makoto Hawkins.

 

Whoop Dee Doo, The Knockdown Center

 

Marble Hill Camera Club alum, Jaimie Warren's fabulous Whoop Dee Doo project is performing at the 

Knockdown Center on December 16th. This month, Whoop Dee Doo artists stage a long term installation in Knockdown Center’s Annex, working closely with teens from Maspeth Town Hall Community Center and local performance groups Ñukanchik Llakta Wawakuna and students from the Calpulli Community – a program of Calpulli Mexican Dance Company – to create a series of free public programs that culminate in a final live performance and immersive set. The final performance will emphasize and celebrate the historic diversity of Queens, and the creative talents of Knockdown Center’s surrounding community.

 

 

Reuben Radding, Street Record

December 2 - January 9th

Street Record at Prospect Range.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew Cannon, White Columns

November 4 - December 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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