Projection Show Puts Art Where You Live, Work and Play
Thurs.-Sat. June 25-27
Nagle Ave. at Thayer St. (one block below Dyckman)
1 Train to Dyckman Street (aka 200th St.)
Artists Unite's Creative Venues: Projection Show
will bring contemporary art into Washington Heights/Inwood where it can be seen by subway passengers, commuters, and residents from the train, street, and apartment windows.Artists Unite will project contemporary visual art on a large building wall at the intersection of Nagle Avenue, and Thayer and Dyckman Streets in upper Manhattan Thursday through Saturday, June 25-27 from 8:30-10:30.
Positioned just outside the Dyckman Street 1 Train subway station, the Creative Venues: Projection Show, curated by Anthony Archibald J.
and Peter Ferko
, will feature still and video works by local and international artists. The building is near popular restaurants and stores and is visible from several nearby apartment buildings and from the Brooklyn-bound number 1 train, which is elevated at that location.
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Carla Aurich • Stephen Beveridge • Erik T. Burke • Dawn K. Chase • Papo Colo • Jose Luis Decena • Felix Diclo • Peter Ferko • Pamela Flynn • Paul Gabel • Steve Giovinco • follow izzi • Kerry Law • Kate MacDonnell • Sky Pape • Amir Parsa • Anna Pinkas • Maritza Rivera • Rough Acres/RL McKee • Bob Sabiston • Phil Sanders • Harold Wallin • Bryan Zimmerman
The building wall is part of the 9 Thayer Street Apartments managed by Vantage Management.
“Vantage is committed to our residents, properties and the communities in which they are located, and so we’re thrilled to participate in this innovative art exhibition.”
-Elizabeth Holmes, Director, Community Relations.
Creative Venues is made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, both supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Artists Unite LIVE! is funded in part by a discretionary grant from Councilmember Robert Jackson. Artists Unite receives support from the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone.