Join the organizers of the Immigrant Artist Biennial for a virtual roundtable on anti-Asian racism, a $10 immigration clinic for visual artists, and more.
The mementos and keepsakes that populate many of this show’s artworks were once ordinary objects but now appear totemic.
By asking what is and is not allowed, for whom, and who is writing the rules Curriculum at EFA Project Space offers tangible opportunities to challenge viewers’ thinking.
In a roundtable discussion at the EFA Project Space, Indigenous women and invited guests will hash out how best to center Indigenous voices and decolonize our institutions.
On May 13 at EFA Project Space, Zavé Martohardjono will perform a work that focuses on freeing the body from colonial time structures.
A program on March 18–19 will look at how video art and psychotherapy both bred narcissism in the 1970s.
The Let Down Reflex is essential viewing for anyone engaged with issues of caring economies, so-called “women’s work,” or the question of living wages for the art world’s service workers.
For those seeking an antidote to the Armory madness this weekend, Distant Images, Local Positions, curated by Wafaa Bilal at the Project Space of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, is an edifying alternative.
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA) Project Space presents Unnamed Broadway Music: The Musical! is a project inspired by a certain famous orphan-themed Broadway musical (that organizers have been advised not to name due to copyright issues). Video artist Kara Hearn is mounting a bare-bones, experimental production, for which the casting was based more on the willingness and need of the performers than on singing, dancing ability or appearance.