About Art in General: Memory Forms 

Art in General is pleased to present "Memory Forms", a Summer Benefit group show celebrating our 35th anniversary. The presented works are available for purchase, donated by: alumni artists; prestigious galleries that share our mission to nurture artistic practice; selections from our highly sought-after Limited Editions; and established artists helping to support the next generation. Memory Forms explores notions of collective, institutional and personal memory. The exhibition will run from 6 July - 4 August. 

About MINUS SPACE: ON PAPER 

MINUS SPACE presents the summer group exhibition On Paper, highlighting several generations of artists innovating at the intersection of reductive abstraction and paper. The exhibition will feature a single work by seventeen established artists from the United States, Germany, New Zealand, and United Kingdom. The exhibition will be running from 9 July - 13 August. (Then by appointment only from August 14 – September 5).

About FRESH: Annual Summer Exhibition 

FRESH 2016 is co-curated by Darren Ching and W.M. Hunt, from an international call for submissions. Four new voices in photography are presented, with each photographer engaging with subject and medium in their own unique way. The exhibition will be held at the KLOMPCHING GALLERY from 13 July - 6 August.
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Q + A with Jan Lee of Sinotique

If you’ve never turned right onto John Street from the Brooklyn Roasting corner of Jay Street, walked past Melville House Books, and come across the narrow staircase leading up to an industrial door at 70 John Street, you’ve been missing out on a hidden gem. Sinotique is one of the most authentic places for art in DUMBO. Jan […]

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Q+A With Small Planet Digital

Six years and three expansions later, we’re still here!

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Q+A with Tyler Perry of Bateman Group

"Using communications and the media to make things happen is a very powerful force and you want to also be using it for good."

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Q + A With AHA

"I love the types of people who crisscross in DUMBO"

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Q+A with Marcos Chavez of TODA

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About The Conference (Malmo) Presents: Exploring Alternative Futures 

The Made In NY Media Center is honored to partner up with “The Conference,” an annual event in Malmo, Sweden  about digital development, to bring to you two guest speakers. John Ryan, Director of Interaction Design for Local Projects will present his talk on “Designing the Future Through The Past,” while Angela Oguntala, the closing keynote of The Conference, will be delivering her talk, “Exploring Alternative Futures,“ via livestream directly from Sweden.

About The Business of Video Journalism Bootcamp 

This one day bootcamp at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP will offer the fundamentals of turning your video journalism skills into a viable profession. It will go over relationship building with clients, pitching, budgeting and contract drafting, which are topics often left in the dark when discussing the craft of storytelling. Led by Elettra Fiumi and Lea Khayata of Granny Cart Productions, this workshop will include presentations and Q&As with Andrew Lampard (a staff producer at CNN's new Great Big Story, formerly at New York Times's T Brand Studio) and another speaker who will be announced soon.

About Filmmaker Magazine Presents: Michel Gondry Masterclass 

During this masterclass at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP, Michel Gondry will dive into the creative process behind his critically acclaimed films including Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), The Science of Sleep (2006), and Be Kind Rewind (2008) as well as several of his innovative music videos. We will also show clips of his upcoming release, Microbe & Gasoline opening July 1st. The discussion will be led by Scott Macaulay, Editor and Chief of Filmmaker Magazine.

About Christopher Tennant: Drones 

Drones by Christopher Tennant is the inaugural exhibition on display at the newly opened BLACKBARN Shop. Inspired by the golden age of Victorian taxidermy, Tennant’s illuminated cases have been featured in the Wall Street Journal and leading art and design boutiques around the world. Built in his Long Island studio, the interiors reveal whimsical scenes from the natural world and freeze moments in time. The centerpiece of the show, Drones, 2016, consists of three illuminated and mirror-lined 30” x 36” cherry wood cases containing 47 Horseshoe Crab carapaces collected on Cape Cod. In his off hours, Tennant is the editor in

About Live at the Archway: Tigue 

"An imaginative, distinctive, hypnotic yet kinetic blend of indie classical."–New York Music Daily
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