Friday, January 5, 2018

Join us at BAX's Artist Services Weekend, February 10-11



(Brooklyn Arts Exchange) welcomes you to its annual Artists Services Weekend, Saturday, February 10 and Sunday, February 11. The entire weekend of events is free with reservations made here.

For complete details on the events listed below,  click here.

BAX Artists Services Weekend


Saturday 2/10


2:30

Maria Bauman | AIR Open Studio


2:30 – 4:00

PROCESS AS PRODUCT – hosted by Tanisha Christie: a conversation/presentation looking at work that is explicitly or implicitly "process based" whether that is defined as ritual, practice, or participatory; where the work is shown as generative, "raw,"  "unfinished," improvisational and/or in the moment.

Participants include: Nina Angela Mercer (playwright/performer), Aisha Bell (multidisciplinary artist and sculptor), NIC Kay (artist), and BJ Evans (Associate Producer, Performing Arts @ BRIC)


3:30 – 4:30

ORIENTATION AND INFORMATION SESSION FOR 2018/19 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AND SPACE GRANT APPLICATIONS


5:30

Mariana Valencia | AIR Open Studio


6:30

luciana achugar | AIR Open Studio



Sunday 2/11



11:00 - 12:00

ORIENTATION AND INFORMATION SESSION FOR 2018/19 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AND SPACE GRANT APPLICATIONS


11-12:30

REDEFINING POWER

A workshop created and facilitated by BAX's Youth Education Racial Equity Cohort: Angie PittmanDonna CostelloMaira DuarteBilly SchultzCasey Hayes-Deats and Lucia Scheckner

BAX Youth Education invites you to join us for a conversation about ways in which we can dismantle white supremacist power structures while working with young artists (and beyond) in classrooms and studios.


12:00

Kat Galasso | AIR Open Studio


12:00 – 4:00

OPEN FORUM - Studio C will remain open and available throughout the day. Meet a friend for coffee. Lay down on a mat, or continue a conversation from a previous workshop. Light body work will be available at intervals on a first come, first serve basis.


1:30-3:3O

All Black: A Long Table on Stress and Self-Care

presented by
Dancing While Black and Eva Yaa Asantewaa /EYA Projects

Let's talk about the many sources of stress in the lives of Black and Brown artists. What approaches, resources and tools help us counteract the effects of stress on our physical health, psyches, interpersonal relationships and creativity?

Core participants: Rashida BumbrayCharmaine WarrenOrlando Hunter and Paloma McGregor

Curated and facilitated by Eva Yaa Asantewaa/EYA Projects

Please note that we are holding this private space for Black and Brown artists and community members. We request that all respect this designation.


2:00

Aya Ogawa | AIR Open Studio


3:45-5:45

Space for Everyone: Different Approaches to Finding the Right Space for Your Project and Your Community.

Join Risa Shoup, ED Space works, Inc. as she explores with and brainstorms about developing your own space and the creating & managing of capital campaigns. What does it mean to advocate against cultural displacement and who are our allies in the business community?

With Stephanie Alvarado and Mara Kravitz from 596 Acres. Jimena Martinez from CUMBE, and Katy Rubin from Theater of the Oppressed NY


6:00

Tanisha Christie | AIR Open Studio


BAX
421 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn
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