A Public Art Exhibition Curated by: Jennifer McGregor
OPENING RECEPTION / APRIL 15, 3-6 PM.
MAP FOR PUBLIC ARTWORKS
LINK TO KATE DODD’S BAY RIDGE TREE COLLECTION
PRESS: Brooklyn Paper, Art Spiel: Rita Leduc, Art Spiel: Christopher Lin
Participating artists: Rebecca Allan, Aaron Asis, Chris Costan, Kate Dodd, Peter Edlund, Kristin Reiber-Harris, Ellen Coleman-Izzo, Sergey Jivetin, Nathan Kensinger, Rita Leduc, Christopher Lin, Nikki Lindt, E.J. McAdams/ Jimbo Blachly, Nancy Nowacek in collaboration with Carla Kihlstedt and Carlos Alomar, Benjamin Swett
Participating Filmmakers: Aaron Assis, Jenny Schweitzer Bell, Nate Dorr, Sean Hanley, Nathan Kensinger, Emily Packer and Lesley Steele, and Kristin Reiber-Harris
Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 12-3 PM and by appointment.
Public Programming: Please sign up for our mailing list for invitations to events.
–June 8: Brooklyn Through an Ecological Lens, Film Screening: June 8, Time: 7:00-9:00 PM Place: Alpine Cinema Purchase tickets HERE (Note: this is our only paid event)
June 10: Artist Walk/ Talk: The talks will begin at 3:30 in Stand4 Gallery and then we will enjoy a walk to various locations that include the public artwork of this exhibition. Featured artists: Chris Costan and Nancy Nowacek. No registration required
–June 17: Closing Reception, 3:00-6:00 PM.
Bay Ridge Through an Ecological Lens, is a public art exhibition hosted by Stand4 Gallery, and presented in collaboration with ecoartspace. This interactive, public, community arts exhibition will feature artists from the New York area and consist of nature walks and community interventions in the gallery and in various locations throughout the Bay Ridge community.
Please consider donating to support this special project HERE
Stand4 Gallery is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Stand4 Gallery must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Stand4 is thrilled to be a 2023 BROOKLYN ARTS FUND (BAF) grantee for the exhibition, Bay Ridge Through an Ecological Lens
Brooklyn Arts Fund (BAF) is supported by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA); the New York City Council, and the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President.
–April 22: Kate Dodd – Reception for Bay Ridge Tree Collection at Bay Ridge Public Library. Time: 2:00 PM –May 6: Sergey Jiviten – “Furrow” performance – Narrows Botanical Garden: Time 12:00-4:00 PM –May 13: E.J. McAdams and Jimbo Blachly poetry walk/ Owl’s Head Park- followed by community tea with Tea Arts and Culture at Narrows Botanical Garden: 1:00 PM
–May 20: Artist Walk/ Talk: A talk with artists Aaron Asis, Peter Edlund, Rita Leduc, Christopher Lin. No registration required
–May 21: Ecoartspace Virtual Talk with Jeannine Bardo, Kate Dodd, Nikki Lindt, Jennifer McGregor and Patricia Watts
-May 19: ZOOM Breakfast Talk with Nikki Lindt, Christopher Lin, Jennifer McGregor hosted by the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center In this last Breakfast Talk of the academic year, Stand4 panelists spoke about engaging communities using diverse sites for their art, and employing multiple forms in their work. Our host, BWRC often hosts discussions of artists who talk about the Brooklyn waterfront and the climate crisis that is inexorably changing the nature of that waterfront. VIEW RECORDING HERE