Hamby is one half of Meta Local Collaborative. To get with the bike-love this weekend in NYC, check out Meta Local Collaborative’s activity sheet for make things (happen): (how to) make friends, make a scene, make things happen, and fall in love with your neighborhood.
Loads of thought-provoking art events in NYC are coming up! These all appeal to things I’m excited about lately—horizontal networks, feminism, activism and more:
Tonight! Tuesday, November 12
PANEL: Who Cares About Collaboration?
540 W 21st St, NYC
Friday, November 15
EXHIBITION OPENING: A Necessary Shift
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Projects Space
323 W 39th Street, 2nd floor, NYC
Reception for the exhibition and event series for EFA’s Arts-Workers-as-Artists program, including Hatuey Ramos-Fermín and Elizabeth Hamby, whose excellent Boogie Down Rides event brightened up my weekend.
new networked, participatory art world
Get there early to check out:
EXHIBITION: Ornament and Crime
Ortega y Gasset Projects
1717 Troutman Ave #327, Queens
Gallery hours are 1-6 Saturdays and Sunadays. Exhibition on through Dec 8.
Monday, November 18
PRESENTATION: Guerilla Girls Broadband
131 8th Street #4, Brooklyn
Talking about their latest project, MapAbortion, on access to reproductive health.
(I’m also really excited about Interference Archive’s forthcoming exhibition, Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York, opening December 5. IA’s core collective includes the indefatigable Josh MacPhee, and book- club-mate Blithe Riley!)