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A Panel Symposium with long-table discussions over two days. The Panel Symposium includes conversations between Yoshiko Chuma (New York/Berlin/Japan), Adham Hafez (NYC/Berlin/Cairo) and dance artists from around the world. Secret Journey: “Stop Calling Them Dangerous" includes discussions that examine stories about oppression, marginalization, prejudice and profiling.

La MaMa’s The Panel Symposium will enable artists to explore their ideas and translate them into a theatrical language that can communicate to diverse artists and members of the dance community. It is also a place where emerging artists learn from established artists and where artists from around the globe share work and ideas. To avoid the discussions from being overly prepared we will be introducing a simple and engaging structure for the panel wherein we will allow space for connection and honesty. In each panel discussion, an audience will have to suggest a topic for discussion. This way we will guarantee that the discussion is fresh

I’ll be on this panel !

EVENT FREE PANEL | Secret Journey: Stop Calling Them Dangerous #2

Arantxa Araujo, Yoshiko Chuma , Ana Maria Farina , Adham Hafez , Luis Lara Malvacias , Pablo Muñoz Ponzo , Nicky Paraiso , Jimena Paz , Vanessa Vargas , Ernesto Ortiz Leyva , Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera

3:00pm – 6:00pm

May 18 – May 19, 2019

FREE

Movement Research, 122 Community Center

150 1st Avenue New York, NY 10009

A free panel in partnership with La Mama Moves Festival, hosted by Movement Research:

A Panel Symposium with long-table discussions over two days. The Panel Symposium includes conversations between Yoshiko Chuma (New York/Berlin/Japan), Adham Hafez (NYC/Berlin/Cairo) and dance artists from around the world. Secret Journey: “Stop Calling Them Dangerous" includes discussions that examine stories about oppression, marginalization, prejudice and profiling.

La MaMa’s The Panel Symposium will enable artists to explore their ideas and translate them into a theatrical language that can communicate to diverse artists and members of the dance community. It is also a place where emerging artists learn from established artists and where artists from around the globe share work and ideas. To avoid the discussions from being overly prepared we will be introducing a simple and engaging structure for the panel wherein we will allow space for connection and honesty. In each panel discussion, an audience will have to suggest a topic for discussion. This way we will guarantee that the discussion is fresh.

Learn more about how this event folds into the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival here.

 

Art on Paper! IPCNY featuring 2018 Mel Bochner Benefit Print and works from the New Prints Artists-in-Residence: Ernesto Ortiz-Leyva, Shivangi Ladha, Morteza Khakshoor, and Allison Conley.

Booth #F01 March 7–10. Purchase tickets at thepaperfair.com! @artmarketproductions

Pictured:@post_ernesto, 'Open Borders,' 2016. Etching with aquatint. Sheet: 12 x 16 1/2 inches.,

 
ERNESTO ORTIZ-LEYVA WINS NYFA 2018-19 IMMIGRANT ARTIST MENTORING PROGRAM   January 18, 2019  2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence  Ernesto Ortiz-Leyva  has won the New York Foundation of the Arts 2018-19 Immigrant Artist Mentorship Program: Visual & Multidisciplinary Arts. He will be mentored by  Takuji Hamanaka . Read more about the Mentorship Program, and view the full list of awardees,  on their website .

ERNESTO ORTIZ-LEYVA WINS NYFA 2018-19 IMMIGRANT ARTIST MENTORING PROGRAM

January 18, 2019

2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence Ernesto Ortiz-Leyva has won the New York Foundation of the Arts 2018-19 Immigrant Artist Mentorship Program: Visual & Multidisciplinary Arts. He will be mentored by Takuji Hamanaka. Read more about the Mentorship Program, and view the full list of awardees, on their website.

 

2018 UPDATE:

OCTOBER 25TH-28TH

🅴🅳🅸🆃🅸🅾🅽🆂/🅰🆁🆃🅸🆂🆃🆂’ 🅱🅾🅾🅺🆂 🅵🅰🅸🆁!

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𝐉𝐨𝐢𝐧 𝐈𝐏𝐂𝐍𝐘at the 𝐄/𝐀𝐁 𝐅𝐚𝐢𝐫

Booth #A47

IPCNYis excited to announce our participation in the Editions/Artists' Book Fair this year. We will be featuring work by our past three New Prints Artists-in-Residence: Morteza Khakshoor, Shivangi Ladha, and Ernesto Ortiz Leyva alongside our newest benefit print edition by Mel Bochner.

Address: The Tunnel, 269 11th Avenue (at 27th Street)

Fair Hours:

Thursday, 3pm—6pm opening VIP

6pm—9pm opening VIP + ticket holders

Friday & Saturday11am—7pm;

Sunday11am—5pm.

International Print Center New York 508 West 26th Street, 5A, New York, NY 10001 212.989.5090 | www.ipcny.org | contact@ipcny.org


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This Thursday, August 24 at 7pm!

I'll be hosting the first Pint n' Print evening at The International Print Center of New York!

INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK
ipcny.org212-989-5090contact@ipcny.org
508 West 26th St 5A, New York, NY 10001

JULY 18th

I'm grateful and happy to report that I've been selected as the very first Artist in Residence at IPCNY. The Summer Artist Residency Program is part of the New Prints Artist Development Initiative, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts !!!!

MORE INFO HERE


Exhibition News: →

INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK

NEW PRINTS 2017/SUMMER Selected by Katherine Bradford

June 17 – September 16, 2017 Reception & Artist Talks: Thursday, June 22, 6 – 8pm Press & Member Preview: 5 pm

International Print Center New York presents Just Under 100: New Prints 2017/Summer, selected by artist Katherine Bradford, on view from June 17 – September 16, 2017.


New Prints Artist Talks 2017 / Summer I’ll be a giving a talk about my work as part of the New Prints Artist Talks 2017 / Summer Exhibition at IPCNY!

Thursday, July 13th

6 pm - 7:30 pm


If you’re in New York, stop by!

INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK

508 West 26th Street

Room 5A

New York,

NY 10001

June 6th: Piece Featured on Daily Trumpet by Jonathan Horrowitz:

"Make America __ Again” by Ernesto Ortiz Leyva @post_ernesto

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