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Utica: Spring Break Programs at the Utica Children’s Museum!

April 25, 2016 at Utica Children’s Museum in Utica.


Monday 4/25/16 11:00 – 3:00PM Painting on Water with Artist Jenna North Drop-in.
1:00PM Sand Foam Play with Jessica (ages 2-5) Limited space.
2:00PM – 4:00PM Community Building with Movement and Dance with Catherine Wright (all ages)

Tuesday 4/26/16 10:30 – 12:30PM *Imaginary Rooms *
In this drop-in parent/child workshop kids will have the opportunity to make a room from cardboard boxes and collage materials such as wallpaper, colorful papers, wooden pieces, sequins, ribbons and other embellishments. Kids can take their inventions home to play with. (ages 4-8)
11:00 – 12:00PM STEM Explorations with Ellen Olson of CCE Oneida (ages 4-8) Drop-in.

1:00 PM Fun with Floam! with Jessica (ages 4-7) Limited space. Pre-regisration required.

2:00 – 3:00PM *Mix it up with paint*
Kids will have the opportunity to experiment with mixing paint colors and painting in this process-based parent/child workshop for children ages 3-5. Limited space. Pre-registration suggested.

Wednesday 4/27/16 10:30AM Digging for Dinos! with Jessica (ages 1.5-3) Limited Space. Pre-registration required.

11:00 – 12:00PM Intro to Skateboard Art & Demo with Caedan Lauber. Limited space. Pre-registration required.

Thursday 4/28/16 11:00AM Glo-Slime! with Jessica (ages 3-6) Limited space. Pre-registration required.

2:00 – 4:00PM Sculpture Fun with George Hendrickson (ages 4-10) Drop-in.

2:00 – 4:00PM The Body as an Instrument/Hip Hop & Dance with Catherine Wright (all ages)

Friday 4/29/16 10:00 – 12:00PM Papermaking with Cris Amann (ages 3+) Drop-In.
10:00 – 12:00PM Computer Networking Basics – CSTEP (ages 9-11) Limited space. Pre-registration required.
11:00PM Storytime & Craft with Heather – Dr. Seuss (ages 2.5-6)
1:00 – 3:00PM Computer Networking Basics – CSTEP (ages 9-11) Limited space. Pre-registration required.
2:00PM Storytime & Craft with Heather – Dr. Seuss (ages 2.5 – 6)
2:00 – 4:00PM Papermaking with Cris Amann (ages 3+) Drop-in.

Saturday 4/30/16 10:00 – 12:00PM Puppet Workshop with the Guild of Thespian Puppets (ages 4-10) Limited space. Pre-registration is required.

“Art making activities brought to you in partnership with Sculpture Space”

All programs and activities can be registered for by contacting the museum at 315-724-6129 or emailing Jessica Bickford-Manson, Visitor Services Manager at jbickfordmanson@uticacm.org.

Address: 311 Main St, Utica
Spring Break Programs at the Utica Children

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May 21, 2016 at Franklin Street Gallery and Gift Shop in Watkins Glen.


Fee: $35/single, $65/two
With Instructor Steve Knapp

Photo Editing
Saturday, May 21 Time: 2:00-5:00PM
In-studio instruction will touch on basic editing methods using both Photoshop and Lightroom programs. Learn how to fix common photography problems on portraits and landscapes.

Saturday Photo Expedition
Saturday, June 11 Time: 9:00AM– 1:00PM
Go on a photo outing to learn open air professional tips and tricks. Destination as weather permits. Beginners to professionals welcome.

Please note that by indicating that you are ‘Going’ to the class doesn’t automatically register you for the class. Registration may be completed by phone, in person at the Franklin Street Gallery or by completing the registration form (link below) and mailing to the Franklin Street Gallery with payment. Check, cash and credit cards are accepted forms of payment. http://www.arcofschuyler.org/images/pdf/2016_Spring_Class_Brochure.pdf .
Enrollment is first come first served; enrollment is official upon payment.
Payment can also be made online by clicking here: https://arcofschuyler.org/pf-coupon… and selecting Franklin Street Gallery from the drop down box and noting the class in the comment section.

Address: 209 N Franklin St, Watkins Glen

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Buffalo: Skill Share with Victoria Bradbury

May 07, 2016 at Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center in Buffalo.


Pharmaceutically Affected Crustaceans

In collaboration withVictoria Bradbury & Buffalo Lab we offer this hands on circuit building and coding workshop.

$10 Non-Members
Free for Squeaky Members

(Class Space is limited. Contact kevin@squeaky.org for reigistration)

Pharmaceutically Affected Crustaceans (PhACs) is a physical computing workshop in which participants create interactive plush crustaceans using electronics, computer programming, and soft sculpture techniques. This project follows literature from the environmental sciences concluding that pharmaceuticals present in the world’s water supplies effect crustaceans in ways that are similar to their intended effects on the humans who excrete them. The PhACs will be linked to data about their geographic location and respond to the physical or virtual presence of other PhACs.

Victoria Bradbury:
is a media artist weaving programming code, physical computing, body and object.

She has recently led international art hacking events and workshops including The City is The City (is The City) at Baltan Labs (Eindhoven, Netherlands, 2015), Thinking Digital Arts // Hack (Newcastle UK, 2014), and the Into Practice Book Sprint at Banner Repeater (London, UK). She was a member of the British Council team for Hack the Space, Tate Modern. (London UK, 2014) and participated in the IMMERSION: Art and Technology workshops (Shanghai, China, 2012) and Digital Media Labs (Barrow, UK, 2014). Her artworks have been exhibited at Harvestworks, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, and The New Britain Museum of American Art.

Address: 617 Main St, Buffalo
Skill Share with Victoria Bradbury

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New York: Explore Programming with Nick Montfort

April 23, 2016 at Babycastles in New York.


This workshop is for beginners only! This will be a true introduction to computer programming and how it can be used for inquiry and creativity, no previous programming experience needed!!!

Saturday April 23rd from 1pm – 4pm
Cost of the workshop is $55 which *includes* a copy of the book, mitpress.mit.edu/exploratory

Nick will lead participants as they explore computer programs through modification (from the bottom up) and as they start learning the fundamentals of programming (from the top down).

* Writing programs is not intimidating; it’s editing a text file.
* The difference between valid code (a program that runs) and code that does what you intend, along with how error messages are actually helpful.
* The fundamentals of programming — looping and iteration, bundling code together in functions, and using data of different types.
* How to undertake small-scale projects and see that computer programming is not an abstract mathematical exercise, but part of our culture.

Although we will be working with JavaScript and Python, the fundamentals you will learn in this workshop will not be specific to a particular programming language. They will provide a basis for a great deal of further programming.

We will be approaching programming as a cultural activity that is accessible to everyone. Those wishing to continue programming after the class can follow along in Nick’s just-published book, Exploratory Programming for the Arts and Humanities, which can be used by people working by themselves or in informal groups.

* If you have a Mac, PC or Linux laptop and know how to use it – you are set. Bring your computer! (Tablets and mobile phones won’t work.)
* Anaconda to be able to use the system we will work in, iPython Notebook: continuum.io/downloads
* A true text editor, such as TextWrangler for Mac (not TextEdit): barebones.com/products/textwrangler
* Or on Windows, the text editor Notepad (built in) will work but Notepad++ (free to download) is preferable.

Address: 137 W 14th St, New York
Explore Programming with Nick Montfort

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Brooktondale: Coffee Tasting & Art Show at the Brookton Market

April 16, 2016 at Brookton’s Market in Brooktondale.


Liven up your Saturday morning with live art demonstrations and coffee tastings at the Brookton Market on April 16th!

Sample Copper Horse Coffee while you enjoy delicious fresh muffins, browse creations by local artists, and watch illustrator Jill Hoffman draw & paint live in-store! We’ll also have live music and an art raffle!

We’ll be updating you with more details, so stay tuned 🙂

Address: 491 Brooktondale Rd, Brooktondale
Coffee Tasting & Art Show at the Brookton Market

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New York: Kevin Geeks Out About The Devil

April 28, 2016 at Nitehawk in New York.


“Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?”

Then join comedian Kevin Maher as he explores some of the strangest depictions of pop culture’s greatest villain: Lucifer. It’s a two-hour video variety show filled with Satanic Panic, Deals with the Devil and Satanimation in 80’s cartoons.

Co-hosted by returning favorites:

Tenebrous Kate (writer & illustrator, HERETICAL SEXTS, SLUTIST and HEATHEN HARVEST)

Paul Murphy (filmmaker, RED OBSESSION)

Plus special guests:

Lucien Greaves (co-founder of The Satanic Temple)

Landis Darling (burlesque performer)

Address: 136 Metropolitan Ave, New York
Kevin Geeks Out About The Devil

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New York: Alla Prima Realist Oil Painting with Max Ginsburg

May 16, 2016 at The Art Students League of New York in New York.


The workshop will paint head and figure studies on Monday and Tuesday, and long poses from life on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. During each long model break Ginsburg will discuss the work of Old Masters and contemporary realists and the lack and denial of artistic freedom in America as it relates to American Colleges and Universities Schools of Art.

Ginsburg’s awards and solo exhibitions include: Grand Prize, Portrait Society of America Painting Competition, 2015; President’s Gold Medal Award for Advancement of Traditional Fine Art 2013, California Art Club; Retrospective Exhibitions 2011 Butler Institute of American Art and Salmagundi Club; “Best in Show” 2011 Art Renewal Center; ACOPAL Group Show Six Museums in China – 2012–13; Exhibition 2008 The Martin Luther King Labor Center; Philip Desind Award 2008 and Collectors Prize 2007, The Butler Institute; “Best In Show” 2007 Salmagundi Non Members; Purchase Prize 2005 Art Renewal Center; The Christopher’s Award 1991; and the Gold Medal 1984 Society of Illustrators. Selected group shows include those at: American Academy of Arts and Letters, Museum of The City of New York, New York Historical Society, and National Academy of Design Biennials. Museum collections include those at: Butler Institute, New Britain Museum, Society of Illustrators Museum. Ginsburg’s professional occupations include: Illustrator, 1980–2004, Teacher, 1960 to Present (H.S. Art & Design, School Visual Arts, Art Students League).

May 16–20
Monday–Friday, 9:00am–4:30pm
Fee: $850
Instructor present every day
Enrollment limited to 12 students
Please request supply list upon registration

Address: 215 W 57th St, New York
Alla Prima Realist Oil Painting with Max Ginsburg

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New York: WOMEN OF COLOR WRITING ON THE INTERNET with Kate Gavino Adalena Kavanaugh Larissa Pham Morgan Jerkins Mellika Rao and Esther Wang

April 25, 2016 at Asian American Writers’ Workshop in New York.


Join Kate Gavino with an awesome lineup of emerging writers talking about the challenges, thrills and tribulations of writing as a women of color online. Gavino’s Last Night Reading literary event illustrations have blown up to be a Tumblr sensation. She’ll be joined by Esther Wang, Adalena Kavanagh, Larissa Pham, Morgan Jerkins, and Mallika Rao.

Brooklyn-based illustrator Kate Gavino attended hundreds of literary events in New York. She drew inspirational quotes from the authors she saw and posted them on her Tumblr, Last Night’s Reading. The series has now been published as a book, Last Night’s Reading: Illustrated Encounters with Extraordinary Authors (Penguin 2015) featuring illustrations of writers like Zadie Smith, Lev Grossman, and many authors at AAWW events, like Viet Nguyen, Kimiko Hahn, Vu Tran, Cecily Wong, and Amitava Kumar. “Part of the appeal of literary readings is the chance to see in person the writers behind the books—to see how they carry themselves, to listen to them speak, and to witness their offhand moments of humor or insight,” Poets and Writers notes. “Illustrator Kate Gavino captures these moments in her new illustrated book.”

Fuse Literary Assistant Agent Morgan Jerkins studied nineteenth century Russian literature and postwar modern Japanese literature, speaks six languages, and has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and EBONY.

BuzzFeed Emerging Writers fellow Esther Wang formerly worked as part of the digital communications strategy team at Caring Across Generations, a community organizer at CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, and a 2013 AAWW Open City Fellow.

Fiction writer and librarian Adalena Kavanagh has published work in Electric Literature, Gigantic, and The Kartika Review and plays drums for the psychedelic rock band Early Spring.

Author of Fantasian, a New Lovers novella forthcoming from Badlands Unlimited later this year, Larissa Pham has published art and writing in Guernica, The Nation, Adult Mag, Nerve, New York Magazine, and Dazed.

Former HuffPo Cultural Reporter, Mallika Rao is a frequent contributor to New York Magazine.

$5 suggested donation
Open to the public

Address: 110-112 W 27th Street, Suite 600, New York
WOMEN OF COLOR WRITING ON THE INTERNET with Kate Gavino Adalena Kavanaugh Larissa Pham Morgan Jerkins Mellika Rao and Esther Wang

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April 20, 2016 at Practice in New York.


Soundscape by Corey Riddell

ON VIEW 20 April – 27 April 2016

Due to the special circumstances of Practice, we will meet visitors at 111 Eldridge Street and lead them to the space at the following times:


Please arrive at the times specified, or call: 646-340-7764 / 443-851-9691 / 347-495-7496

Imagine a scientist that is determined to study the nature of light. First, they break it apart into pieces, shining the light through a prism so that it splits into individual colors. The color red gets bounced around in a mirrored box, and measurements are made. The color green suffuses a room filled with flowers, just to see if they notice. Blue is piped into optical fibers and wrapped around test tubes filled with liquids of various temperatures, then projected back out into the world, where it is still, sadly, blue. The color orange is lit on fire. Yellow moves through a room filled with heartbreaking music. Purple is forgotten until the very end. The scientist takes each of the colors and refracts them back together- so that they shine again as white. Then they do the experiments all over again, trying a different color every time.

Perhaps each of the works produced by the artist-duo Tarwuk could be described as one of these experiments. They have taken an experience or a memory, in this case one of Vedran Pogacnik, and pried apart each of its layers, testing them one by one to see what happens when they are run through the filter of a process or a person. Pogacnik’s favorite military unit from the science-fiction game Starcraft, the hydralisk, is taken out of the computer and made into a sculpture, that sculpture is then 3D scanned, bringing the character back into the computer. While the color yellow never learns to sing the song that it has moved through–the hydralisk does change. Through every translation and every act of intervention, the hydralisk adapts and takes on the voice of Tarwuk.

In many ways, our experience of the world is altered by the mechanisms through which the world is seen and understood. We do not necessarily see blue the same way as other people. When we look out at the ocean the only waves that we can see are the ones we have names for, the rest are just water. Perhaps it is because of this, and because every person on earth is a unique mechanism, that we struggle so hard to communicate in true and meaningful ways, even to those with whom we share the most. By taking something beloved by Vedran Pogacnik, whose brother is half of Tarwuk, and passing it back and forth between them, Tarwuk creates a bridge between themselves and Pogacnik. It gives them a shared vocabulary with which to communicate, possibly, and learn whether or not they all see blue the same way.

– Justin Berry

TARWUK (Bruno Pogacnik Wukodrakula b. 1981, Zagreb, Croatia and Ivana Vuksic b. 1981, Dubrovnik, Croatia) lives and works in New York. They started working as an artist duo in mid-2014 and since then have not maintained separate practices. In July 2016, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia will mount a solo presentation of their work. They had solo exhibitions at Museum of Lauba, Zagreb (2015); Pony Project Gallery, Vienna (2015); and Pony Project Gallery, Berlin (2014). TARWUK were also included in group shows at the Dorfman Projects, Helac Fine Arts and NARS Foundation in New York (2014) and Zona Sztuki Aktualnej in Szczecin, Poland (2014). TARWUK also exhibited video works at Centrum Turystyki Kulturowej Trakt in Poznan (2014) and Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Croatia (2014). Their curatorial project NVV was presented in Zagreb, Croatia (2014-2015) and at Essex Flowers, New York (2016).


PRACTICE, founded in 2015, is an independent project led by Jingwen He, Cici Wu, and Wang Xu. PRACTICE is located on the top floor of a Cantonese building in the Lower East Side (Chinatown), New York.
Not only is it our studio, it is also an exhibition space that welcomes migrating friends passing by the city to live in and work on their projects for free. We collect and sell independently-published books, as well as artist’s playthings.


Address: 111 Eldridge St, New York

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New York: April Flux Thursday

April 14, 2016 at Flux Factory in New York.


Thursday April 14th, 2016
Dinner at 8:00 pm. Presentations begin at 9:15 pm.
The event is free, but please do bring something (edible) to share!

Presentations from Elisabeth Wieser, Joelle Fleurantin, Yatta Zoker and Robert Pounding. Dinner crafted by Sarah Greenbaum and Elisabeth Wieser.

Elisabeth Wieser (www.elisabethwieser.com) is a German artist who creates site-specific sculptures and architectural interventions, complemented by film, drawings and collage. She is interested in illusionary materials, ‘non-spaces- and stage-like structures.

Joelle Fleurantin (https://fleurantin.cc/) is an artist and design researcher in a committed relationship with her computer. Her work explores this sometimes functional, sometimes dysfunctional relationship.

Yatta Zoker (http://yattazoker.com/) is a sierra leonean-american digipoet and performer. she uses shamanic sounds, jazz vocals, text, and technology (spiritual & otherwise) to remember where she came from, and to envision where she is going.

Robert Pounding (www.mixcloud.com/macallum/) makes sounds and sometimes records them. He is interested in experimenting with different recording mediums, and using non-musical elements in musical compositions.



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Address: 39-31 29t St, New York
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