“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.”
– Helen Keller
Dear Refrigerator Poetry Artists,
I have exciting news that has taken a bit more time than I wanted, but finally, I can announce that Refrigerator Poetry has moved to New York City and into the Living Room!
This is a creative space for local NYC artists who have a special project they want to work on and promote. It is also a place for national and international artists to set up shop while they are in town, giving them the experience of working inside the NYC art world. When a visiting artist comes to town, we are thrilled to host a cocktail party to introduce them to other NYC professionals working in their genre.
Living Room – NYC is nestled between Chelsea, FIT, and Broadway. There are gallery walls for visual artists, a living room for sharing engaging ideas and discourse for creative production, and a separate work only studio space available to use for a day, a week, or up to one month. The fees are modest and flexible depending on the project and time frame. Residency proposals are accepted on a rolling basis.
Refrigerator Poetry Artist Profiles and the Online Exhibition Archives are linked to the Living Room – NYC website. This will give you more exposure and more opportunities out of the virtual art world and into the real one. Through a dynamic fusion of creativity, management, and experience, we are inviting artists to think, create, collaborate, and exhibit their art-driven projects. www.LivingRoom-nyc.com
Refrigerator Poetry will now offer online group exhibitions four times a year. Artists can submit up to 5 images for each show ($10 per image). The submission process is simple and is explained on the website. (click Contact)
The next Refrigerator Poetry online group exhibition is scheduled for March 1st.
If you are interested in a Living Room-NYC residency (work only), email me with your project proposal and let’s start the collaboration! If you are in town, stop by for a cup of coffee in the living room and see what we are all about.
artist, director, curator, collaborator
Above: The Living Room gallery space.
Below: The Artist in Residence studio.