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Ralph Lemon
Nov. 9 — Nov. 10, 2015

Scaffold Room at The Kitchen / The Kitchen
Manhattan, NY
Bronx Gothic (photo: Ian Douglas)^3471 Peculiar Patriot (Photo: Allan Weeks)^3472 Annie Saunders (performer) in Holoscenes tank. Image: Lars Jan^497 Somi Music (Photo by Glynis Carpenter)^3476 Nora Chipaumire and Kaolack (photo by: Ritzuko Mizuno)^494 Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471 Creative Residency for Lars Jan's Holoscenes^497

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fordfoundationthumbnail2.jpg TACAC awarded $200,000 from the Ford Foundation!
These funds will be used to sustain and grow the efforts of The Africa Contemporary Art Consortium (TACAC) – an international network of arts organizations managed by MAPP.

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MassIncarcerationImage0.jpg The Kindred Talks at Lincoln Center July 23rd
“What Is Our Creative Response to Mass Incarceration?” THE KINDRED TALKS: Conversations on the Link between Arts and Activism. Join us at the Lincoln Center Atrium at 7:30pm on July 23rd!

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Holoscenes_Sarasota_photoby_LarsJan-52550.jpg Lars Jan and Holoscenes headed to Art Basel
Lars Jan & Holoscenes team will make another monumental splash as they head out to Miami this December for Art Basel for performances hosted by Miami Dade College.

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BronxGothic5IanDouglas20140.jpg Okwui Named NYLA's Resident Artist
Okwui Okpokwasili has been named resident commissioned artist at New York Live Arts. The distinguished two year residency includes nearly $200,000 in direct support.

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