Tribeca Art Night
June 20th // 6:00-9:00PM
25+ Tribeca venues
Exhibitions, Tours, Workshops, Live Performances & Talks
During the evening of June 20th, Tribeca Art+Culture Night visitors will be able to enjoy exhibitions, workshops, talks, readings, and performances. Visitors can pick and choose what they’re curious about and explore/interact accordingly with all sorts of creative expressions in 25+ venues all over the Tribeca neighborhood. The festival is open to the public and free. Tribeca Art+Culture Night supports artists and art organizations, connects them with the public in intimate, experimental, and generative ways. It connects creativity beyond pre-established cultural categories. It aims to stimulate ideas, imagination, and innovation in downtown communities. The Tribeca Art+Culture Night community includes painters, entrepreneurs, curators, magicians, scientists, non-profit founders, chefs, gallerists, musicians, authors, perfumers, designers, photographers, mixologists, wellness specialists, dancers, philanthropists, performers, thought leaders plus your fellow explorers.
Diversity and exploration are the keywords for the festival, starting with the variety of types of venues featured, through the different event formats available for the public to engage with art, to the range of content available during the festival. The program is intentionally built to appeal to all ages and background and aims to get an incredibly diverse group of people together and connect through this event.
You’ll dream along with 150 rarely seen drawings by Leipzig school artist Neo Rauch featured in the first ever US exhibition devoted to his works on paper (The Drawing Center), be inspired by David Hockney’s C.P. Cavafy-inspired etchings and screening of his creative process in the film “Love’s Presentation” by James Scott (Anita Rogers Gallery), examine the consequences of heavy customs control on artworks travelling in the Middle East with Art in Custody (apexart), learn the art of Summer Hat Making (BM Franklin), get transported by a live music performance by Church Street School’s incredibly talented pianists on a Sing For Hope Piano (Duane Park), celebrate Pride Month with an incredible mix of dedicated local #Stonewall50 exhibitions, and an exclusive Vogue Performance with the Legendary Monster LaBeija, travel throughout Tribeca with artist NIC Kay’s itinerant art performance (various locations), have a chance to explore during that evening only, the largest collection of vinyl in America with B. George, (Archive of Contemporary Music -ARC), enjoy a special live band performance by Susequehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co., meet lens-based artist Pacifico Silano and learn about print culture, circulation of imagery and LGBTQ Identity (AIM- The Bronx Museum of The Arts), be transported by the works of 12 different artists during White Street Open Studios (50 White St.), recharge your body with a crystal-based sound bath (Double Knot), see artworks through the eyes of experts with guided-tours led by Natalie Angles (Executive Director of Residency Unlimited), Mica Le John (Director of Education of No Longer Empty) and independent curator Eva Mayhabal Davis from Spring Break Art Fair, and more.
During Tribeca Art + Culture Night, The Untitled Space gallery will also be hosting a closing party for their “IRL: Investigating Reality” group show, hosted by gallery curator Indira Cesarine. Visitors will get a last chance to see art from over 40 contemporary artists that explore what “IRL” means in today’s digital world.
To learn more and RSVP for Tribeca Art + Culture Night click here.