Outpost Artists Resources is a non-profit arts organization located in Ridgewood, Queens. We have been serving the arts community since 1990 providing access to video, sound services and new media assistance at well below market rates. In 2003, we began the Cuts and Burns Residency Program, which provides artists with free access to our facility including personal assistance by our staff of video editors, audio engineers, and computer programmersRead more...
Cuts and Burns Residency
Outpost Artists Resources supports new creative work through its residencies, and events – its mission is to serve artists in need of technical assistance with video, audio, and physical computing based art projects and to foster a dialogue between visual art and experimental music. Outpost hosts gallery exhibitions, artists talks, screenings and events that pair visual art, video, experimental music, and performance in an effort to bring adventurous audiences challenging interdisciplinary projects.Read more...
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Outpost is Located at
1665 Norman St.
Ridgewood NY 11385
Tel: 718. 599.2385
Made in Ridgewood: October 1-22, 2016
Made in Ridgewood features work by two groups of artists: the Ridgewood Artists Coalition, a loose amalgamation of artists who meet regularly to discuss and promote work by people who live and work in the neighborhood, along with the residents of OUTPOST Artists Resources, that houses five artists and musicians.
Opening reception: October 1, 6-9pm.
On view: October 1-22, 2016, noon-6pm.
Made in Ridgewood was created by way of an open call, for any artists living and working in Ridgewood, with some extension into neighboring Bushwick, to submit their work. The result is not completely exhaustive of those who submitted, and is not a complete representation of the complexity of the neighborhood, but it does act as a survey of artistic values in a densely complex area, as well as a testament to an act of dialogue. This dialogue takes place between people whose personal backgrounds and cultural identities may be considered disparate — a reflection of the vast range of people living in one of the most diverse urban areas in the world — but whose identities and lives meet at the crucial intersection of being artists.
Featured artists include: Yasmeen Abdallah, Kate Bae, Bill Bartholomew, Ethan Boisvert, Michele Witchipoo, Daniel Boventer, Mengwen Cao, Campy Dicks, Liliana Dirks-Goodman, Nathalie Di Sciascio, Elizabeth Donsky, Rachel Dove , Danielle Draik, Pablo García, Ida Gavois, Tim Gowan, Huisi He, Georgia Hinaris, Ji Hoon Kim , An Hu, Daniel Iliescu, Spadiode, Sandra Koponen, Molly Lambe , Connor Lawson, Deanna Lee, Stephen Lewis, Christina Massey, Varvara Mikushkina, David Nakabayashi, Sharilyn Neidhardt, James Peay, Joshua Pelletier, Kyle Andrew Phillips, Gabriela Rassi , Elizabeth Riley, George Rosa, Christopher Rose , Rebecca Rubinstein, Isabelle Schneider, Sara Schraeter, Farshid Shafiey, Vered Snear, Jeanette Spicer, Kelli Thompson, Jimmy Valdez Osaku, Allison Wade, Tyson Washburn, Chenli Ye, Beata Zalewski, Alex Drewchin, Greg Fox, Winslow Laroche, Jonah Rosenberg, Andrew Sutherland, Caterina Verde, David Wightman, Magin Schantz, and Libby Mislan.
Sculpture by Campy Dicks, courtesy of NURTUREart