April 19, 2005 - Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) - Downtown NYC Open Studios
April 19, 2005

Downtown NYC Open Studios

Open Studio Weekend
April 23 and 24, 2005
12-6 PM, FREE

Opening and After Party: April 22, 6-10pm
Music by Nate. Complementary Orange V and Stella Artois

120 Broadway between Cedar and Pine Streets, 8th floor
Enter at Cedar Street

For security reasons, an RSVP and valid photo ID are required to attend all events at 120 Broadway. www.lmcc.net/rsvp

Noriko Ambe
Jesse Bercowetz and Matt Bua
Yolanda del Amo
Nicolas Dumit Estevez
Chitra Ganesh
Rebecca Herman and Mark Shoffner
Olalekan Jeyifous
Tom Kotik
Troy Richards
Oona Stern
Traci Tullius
Raissa Venables
Emily Reardon

We’re swinging the doors WIDE OPEN. View the work of 15 artists in their private studios at 120 Broadway–a continuation of our innovative site-oriented residency program held in former locations such as the landmark Woolworth Building and LMCC’s World Views residency program in the World Trade Center. LMCC/Workspace encourages an artistic, political, and theoretical consideration of location and context. By positioning artists in Lower Manhattan LMCC creates ties between the arts and business communities while furthering our goal to create a critical mass of creative production at the forefront of New York’s contemporary arts scene.

Program of Accompanying Events:

Friday, April 22; 6-8 PM
Public preview and opening reception – meet the artists-in-residence and preview their work.

Friday, April 22; 8-10 PM
Come for the artists; stay for the party

Saturday, April 23, 2PM
Neighborhood tours – one hour guided tours presented with Downtown Arts Projects. Leaving from and returning to 120 Broadway, 8th Floor Studios
Each Tour is limited to 25 people and operates on a first come, first serve basis.

..:: City Hall and Tribeca with Tom Eccles
Tom Eccles will lead a tour of Julian Opie’s sculpture exhibition at City Hall Park along with other sites in and around Tribeca.

..:: World Financial Center and Battery Park City with Matthew Higgs
Matthew Higgs tour will explore some of the art environs of the World Financial Center and Battery Park City area.

..:: Maiden Lane to Beekman Street with Simon Watson
Simon Watson will tour sites of artistic creativity in the area between Maiden Lane and Beekman Street, including the Ann Carlson and Mary Ellen Strom’s CAke (Collecting Action and Knowledge about the Everyday), part of LMCC’s MOVE:133 Beekman Performance Residency

..:: Wall Street to Fulton Street with Lydia Yee
Lydia Yee tour will visit the studios of some of her fellow Fulton Street residents, and look at the new Nancy Burson project, LOOKING UP, at 60 Wall Street.

Saturday, April 23, 4PM
Reading by writer-in-residence, Emily Reardon and others

Sunday, April 24, 2 PM
Guided studio tour with Resident Director Erin Donelley

2, 3, 4, 5 to Wall St
1, 9, R, W to Rector St

Space generously donated by Silverstein Properties with lead support from JPMorgan Chase.

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