This Friday – LAB: ICE

Iced Out 1600 x 900

ICED OUT NIGHT
JAN. 14, 2017
AN AUDIO / VISUAL / 3D / EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE CURATED BY ICE.
$10

~I THINK OF NOTHING. EVERY1 HAS TURNED N2 THE SMOOTHEST STONES. WE SIT IN THE CREEK AS THE WATER BABBLES OVER US. THE MOON IS NEARLY FULL N WINTER IS COLD. THE ICE TWINKLES AGAINST THE BLACK UNIVERSE. WE HAVE BEEN STACKED CAREFULLY AND WE R STILL.~

Join us on January 14th for the return of our musician-led series, LAB, featuring performances by ICE, BLOOM, Eric Donte, Jvckss, and Zado as well as 3D digital architectural dreamscapes. More information available here.

Off Modern: In What Time Do We Live? opens next Friday

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Join us next Friday, January 20th, 2017 from 7 to 10pm for the opening of our first exhibition of the season, Off Modern: In What Time Do We Live?, starting off a new series of interconnected exhibitions over the next six months. The exhibition acts as an atlas clipping together disparate narratives of modernity, featuring work from Elizabeth Atterbury, Bruce Burton, Laura Ann Davis, Vaughn Davis Jr., Jeff Eaton, Assaf Evron, Tatiana Istomina, Nicholas Mangan, David Whelan, and Steph Zimmerman.

For more information on the exhibition, please visit our website.

Internships + Volunteer Work Day

Internships: Last call for spring interns interested in curatorial research, working with resident artists and curators, experimenting with publications and design and more. Apply online here.

Volunteer Work Day this Sunday: Help us get ready for the start of our new season this Sunday from 10am to 2pm as we paint, organize and generally prep the space for upcoming programs.


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