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LMCC Nov 12
Applications for 2020 SU-CASA are due on November 21, 2019 at 5pm EST. If you missed the information session, you can watch the video of the livestream on our Facebook page.
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LMCC Nov 9
Microcosmitor is Woof Nova’s latest boundary-defying performance work that transcends our usual metaphysical pursuits to explore the uncharted territory of Biocentrism. Audiences will take a journey from the microscopic to the cosmos.
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LMCC Nov 9
Calling all singers, instrumentalists, dancers and spoken word artists of all ages. Participate in Jazz Power Initiative Intergenerational Jazz Jam Sessions 2019 on November 10 at 2-5PM at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.
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LMCC Nov 8
On November 9 at 7:30 PM, VISIONS Contemporary Ballet will premiere "Still Healing" as part of "Traces (of what makes us who we are)." piece. Learn more here:
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LMCC Nov 8
Symphony of the City of New York, Inc performs a concert, "Music Born from Times of Strife" on November 9 from 8-10 PM. Performances of works will be preceded by short documentaries that bring the lives and times of two extraordinary women to life.
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LMCC Nov 7
On November 9 at 2 - 4pm, Voices from War presents Writing & Reading War Stories - A Writing Workshop for Veterans to celebrate Veterans Day and explore the many ways military service shapes lives.
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LMCC Nov 7
Join brASS: Brown RadicalAss Burlesque and their Friends on November 8 - 11, 2019 at 8:30pm for an evening of storytelling: embodied, full-bodied, disembodied -- bringing together some of NYC's funniest fiercest performers.
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LMCC Nov 6
Carlos David presents Personae II, on view from November 7 - 24. This is a multimedia visual art and community engagement project which represents artist Carlos David next stage in exploring transformation, expression, and experimentation.
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LMCC Nov 5
Interested in applying for ? Meet LMCC staff, get an overview of SU-CASA and learn about the components of a well-prepared application by attending the information session TOMORROW, November 6 at 6pm!
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LMCC Nov 4
Fellowship Opportunity: The deadline for the the 2020 Van Lier Fellowship is November 18, 2019! More information from below!
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LMCC Oct 31
TODAY is the final day to experience LMCC’s Arts Center this season. Check out “The Power of Two Suns” by Yto Barrada with guest artist Bettina in the Upper Gallery 🌞
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Governors Island Oct 30
10/31 is the last day to explore the inaugural season at ’s Arts Center at GI. Stroll through airy galleries to see works like The Power of Two Suns by Yto Barrada feat. Bettina & Extinct in NY by Michael Wang: 📷1-2: 📷3-4:
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LMCC Oct 30
Artforums Critics’ Pick “Extinct In New York” is on view for one more day tomorrow, Thursday October 31st at LMCC’s Arts Center . Galleries are open 12PM - 5PM!
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WestbethNYC Oct 29
The intersection between art and science can have a tremendous impact on our world - Bravo to Michael Wang, , and the for this initiative! Story by in
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Governors Island Oct 25
Find exhibitions, workshops, performances & more (like an indoor café) at ’s Center, open today–Sunday & next Thurs 10/31 just steps from the Manhattan ferry landing. Swing by tmrw for activities & performances at the Take Care series, 2-5pm:
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LMCC Oct 24
Read more in about how Michael Wang is "bringing horticulture into the space of high culture," in "Extinct in New York", on view through Oct 31 at
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UMEZ Oct 23
Congratulations to and all of the recipients of Manhattan Arts Grants! We’re thrilled to be partners with LMCC for the UMAE Grant, which supported 53 Upper Manhattan-based artists and arts organizations with $400,000 in 2019
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LMCC Oct 23
Today, we celebrated our 291 Manhattan-based artists and arts organizations at the Manhattan Community Arts Breakfast. LMCC is proud to have supported our artists with $1.5 million dollars in grants and residencies in 2019.
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LMCC Oct 21
2020 Applications for SU-CASA are open! SU-CASA is a community arts engagement program that places artists and organizations for six months at senior centers across the five boroughs of New York City.
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LMCC Oct 21
Join Artist in Residence Amy Khoshbin () October 23rd for the opening of “GHOSTS” a solo show at Project for Empty Space. The exhibition will be open through December 20th 2019
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