When You Cut Into the Present the Future Leaks Out
No Longer Empty presents "When You Cut Into the Present the Future Leaks Out” - an exhibition curated by Regine Basha. The show, which occupies three floors of the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse, includes site-specific works by 26 artists.
The exhibition is free and open to the public Thursdays-Sundays from 1-7PM, from now through July 19th. (The exhibition will be closed July 2-5 in observance of Independence Day)
Thursday June 18th / 11am: "The Shifting Sands: New Dynamics in the Bronx Art Scene" - A thought-provoking panel discussion on issues of gentrification and how art can band communities together. Includes a mini-exhibit showing history of "redlining," presented as part of The Hostos Center for Bronx Nonprofits' "Public Conversations Series"
Saturday, June 20 / 1pm – 4pm: “No Longer Bored Family Day: When You Are Present”
Families are invited to join for an afternoon of free art-making for all ages with exhibiting artist and Bronx native, Melissa Calderón! Create moveable structures and learn how to master embroidery.
Saturday, June 27/ 1pm-6pm: Deborah Fisher & Paul Ramirez Jonas, "Something For Nothing" performance focusing on creative alchemy and how neon signs represent endless possibilities
Saturday, July 18 / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm: “No Longer Bored Family Day: Building Our Future”
Visitors are invited to learn about the building’s architecture, and explore its future as a vital community landmark through storytelling, art-making and building play. Presented in conjunction with The Fine Arts Federation of New York
Ongoing: "Teens Curate Teens" Future Fix exhibition - "Teens Curate Teens" is a curatorial training program where students work closely with the staff to learn and discuss how to produce their own exhibition. The artwork featured in Future Fix is created by students.