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LMCC This Month: January 2013

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LMCC's Building 110 Open Studios event on December 14, 2012

LMCC's Building 110 Open Studios event on December 14, 2012





Thank You for Making Art Happen Here!

Thank you to all of our friends and supporters who contributed to LMCC's 2012 year-end appeal.

If you haven't made a contribution yet, it's never too late—start the new year off by supporting LMCC!

With essential financial support from individuals like you and space donations from property owners in Lower Manhattan, we are able to offer FREE arts programs that reach 120,000 audience members and serve more than 1,000 artists and 550 small arts groups from across New York City each year. Thank you again!



The Future of Zone A: New York Neighborhoods on the Frontline of Climate Change

A Moderated Panel Discussion

Thursday, January 10, 7PM
Cooper Union Rose Auditorium, 41 Cooper Square
Free and open to the public

A discussion of ideas for the future of coastal New York, with a focus on the Lower East Side/Two Bridges Neighborhood, and issues confronting all five boroughs. Panelists: Tom Angiotti, Susannah Drake, Alexander J. Felson, Claire Weisz. Moderated by Cassim Shepard. Hosted by Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, and the Architectural League of New York. Reservations required at rsvp@archleague.org.

As part of a larger initiative to build meaningful connections between the arts, sustainability and community development, LMCC is partnering with Hester Street Collaborative, Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, and the Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance on several projects over the next few years.

Please join us on January 10 and learn more about the neighborhood and what is at stake in community development along New York City's East River waterfront.



2011/2012 <em>Workspace</em> artists-in-residence Firelei Báez and Dru Donovan

2011/2012 Workspace artists-in-residence Firelei Báez and Dru Donovan

Workspace 2013/2014 Open Call Deadline: Thursday, January 31, 5PM

The 2013/2014 Workspace Open Call is now open. Workspace is a nine-month studio residency focused on creative process and professional development for emerging visual artists and writers. There will be two Info Sessions available on January 10 and January 16. Click here to RSVP for the Info Sessions and click here to learn more about Workspace and application guidelines.

Photo courtesy of Kyoco Taniyama

Photo courtesy of Kyoco Taniyama

A Warm Farewell to ACC Fellow Kyoco Taniyama

Asian Cultural Council Fellow Kyoco Taniyama is returning to Tokyo, Japan at the end of this month. During her ACC fellowship at LMCC, Taniyama developed sculptural work in her studio at Governors Island, met with artists and arts professionals based in the New York City area, and participated in two of LMCC's Open Studios events. Before returning to Japan, Taniyama will exhibit work with fellow LMCC artists-in-residence in a group show at Westbeth Gallery from January 17-27, 2013.

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