NADA Presents in Collaboration with Kickstarter
Friday, March 3
11am CONTEMPORARY DRAG VIDEO Screenings curated by Gordon Robichaux, presented with Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
12pm FREE ARTS EDUCATION: A POETIC ACT
Join Bruce High Quality Foundation University faculty members Jesse Chun and Ana Božičević for a conversation about tuition-free arts exchange and the poetics of collaboration, partnership, and exchange that are embedded in some of the collective’s recent projects. A series of poetry readings by students, faculty, and residents will follow, bridging the public sphere and the intimacy of classroom experimentation.
1pm COMMON EQUITIES: CORPORATE MODELS AND COLLABORATIONS
Maayan Strauss, artist and founder of the Container Artist Residency will present an overview of her project and a prompt for a panel discussion with participants Natasha Bunten, Jennie Lamensdorf, and artist Wong Kit Yi, facilitated by independent curator Ian Cofre. They will discuss innovative funding models in art, from the corporate and institutional scale to the individual artist’s practice.
2pm CONTEMPORARY DRAG IN CONVERSATION: STONEWALL WAS A RIOT
A talk on drag as a radical form of art, theater, and politics with Lady Bunny and Horrorchata, moderated by David Yarritu.
Paul McMahon will sing songs of love to and from the goddess and back again and again and still. He has a beautiful voice and his lyrics are endearing and provocative, tracing the trails of a life in the arts and spirit. Paul is also the Rock’n’Roll Therapist and will gladly make up a song on the spot to cure what ails you. Linda Montano will be there in person or in Skype.
4pm WIDE RAINBOW
Wide Rainbow is a 501c3 non-profit contemporary art after school program
5pm NEW MATERIAL
Stand-up comedy from Jennifer Sullivan, presented with 247365
Performance by Jacques Louis Vidal, presented with 247365
Performance by Brian Belott and Matthew Thurber, presented with 247365
6pm SPECIAL GUEST Presented with Night Gallery
IN COLLABORATION WITH KICKSTARTER
NADA and Kickstarter are excited to present a series of conversations, performances, and events during NADA New York.
New voices in contemporary art and culture share the stage in an eclectic line-up of public programs.
Kickstarter champions projects from artists and cultural institutions that inspire the public to get involved.
Audio from NADA Presents will be streaming live and archived on know-wave.com.