A WEEKEND WORKSHOP: April 29 & 30, 10AM – 2PM
Develop your technique in front of the camera. Veteran film and theater actor Cathy Haase leads this highly informative workshop.
(Peruse her recently published book “ACTING FOR THE CAMERA” at Amazon.com)
Registration fee: $25
Workshop fee: $175
For more information or to register:
email@example.com or call 212.828.0401
161 East 106th Street, First Floor
New York, NY 10029
(Between Lexington and Third Avenues)
Take the IRT Lexington Avenue Local #6 train to East 103rd Street.
MediaNoche, the unique new media gallery in Spanish Harlem presents:
New media artist Ursula Endlicher performing her “Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited”
Ursula will take directives from the”html-movement-library,” drawing on the movements and gestures uploaded by the public. These will determine the flow of her “Website Impersonations” in real time as she performs in MediaNoche. The same choreographic instructions will be projected on the he handball court wall of the local playground (White Park), across the street from the gallery. Visitors to the exhibition and passers-by are invited to join in.
Saturday, May 12 at 8PM
161 East 106th Street, between Lexington and Third Avenues
and White Park (handball court) across the street
We hope you will attend. MediaNoche is Uptown’s first new media gallery where the digital arts and community converge. We offer exhibition space and residencies for artists working in new media. Only blocks from Museum Mile, MediaNoche is easily reached by the IRT #6 train to East 103rd Street, or by the bus routes along Third and Lexington Avenues.
FREE and open to the public!
For more information:
Judith Escalona, Director of MediaNoche
212.646.228.7950 or 212.828.0401 .
EXHIBITION IN GALLERY HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 8th.
“BIO PICS AND PLAYS: The Good, the bad, and the ugly”
A panel discussion at PRdream/MediaNoche with
Marcos Miranda (Big Pun)
Carmen Rivera (Celia, La Lupe, Julia)
Candido Tirado (Celia)
Pablo Cabrera (Quien Mato a Hector Lavoe)
Moderated by Judith Escalona and Magdalena Sagardia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 6PM
1355 Park Avenue, entrance on East 102nd Street
(just two blocks from Museum Mile)
Subway: Take IRT Lexington Avenue local #6 train to East 103rd Street. Walk one block south and one block west.
For more information: 212.828.0401