Edgar Arceneaux: The Studio, the Social, and New Financial Architectures for Creative Communities Thursday, April 11, 2013 6:30-8pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 New York, NY 10013 Los Angeles-based artist Edgar Arceneaux will present a selection of projects from the last decade that include drawings, installations, collaborations, and the Watts House Project, an artist-driven neighborhood redevelopment project centered in the historic neighborhood of the Watts Towers in Watts, California. Arceneaux will present the deep connection between studio and socially-based practices, which are commonly understood as oppositional modalities. For his program at the Hub, Arceneaux will invite the audience to participate in the discussion, to think through these ideas, and to share opinions. If you wish to participate in the program as a moderator or presenter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The event is co-organized with artist Phillip Spradley. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please RSVP to email@example.com with ARCENEAUX in the subject field.
The Studio, the Social, and New Financial Architectures for Creative Communities
May 11, 2013- - May 11, 2013 @ ICI Curatorial Hub
New Financial Architectures for Creative Communities (NFACC) Edgar Arceneaux August 10, 2013 12:45-1:45pm Armory Center for the Arts 145 North Raymond Avenue Pasadena (626) 792-5101 Summary of NFACC research goals My larger intentions with this research is continue formulating questions based on my interviews with artists across the United States for the CAA conference in […]
Prior to his program at ICI’s Curatorial Hub on April 11, Edgar Arceneaux posed the following questions to his Facebook friends, calling on their “collective hive mind”: Tuesday, April 9: Dear FB collective hive mind, Questions: Is there a feedback loop between the content of our work and the means of distribution that one uses […]
The Studio, the Social, and New Financial Architectures for Creative Communities was moderated by Lisa Dent, Creative Capital’s Director of Grants and Services. In this Creative Capital blog post, Dent writes about artists creating new types of institutions, including Matthew Moore’s Digital Farm Collective; Jennifer Monson’s Laboratory for Art, Nature and Dance; and Nick Szuberla’s Campaign […]