Caborca: Distant Star [WORLD PREMIERE]September 14 through October 1, 2017
An eerily relevant drama unfolds in Brooklyn-based theater company Caborca’s adaptation of Roberto Bolaño’s novel Distant Star, a harrowing tale of fascism and its aftermath.
Underground Theater | Various Times | $25
Then a Cunning Voice and A Night We Spend Gazing at Stars: Quilt Installation by Emily Johnson/Catalyst and Maggie ThompsonSeptember 1 through October 8, 2017
An installation of 84 hand-sewn, community-made quilts designed by Makwa Studio textile artist Maggie Thompson that served as a platform for Emily Johnson/Catalyst’ performance of Then a Cunning Voice and A Night We Spend Gazing at Stars.
Reception and Performance | Tuesday, September 26 | 6 – 9 PM
VolleySeptember 20 through September 30, 2017
Nadia Ayari, Ben Browne, Mira Dayal, Cindy Ji Hye Kim, Ellie Krakow, Emily Kohl Mattingley, Russell Perkins, Amanda Turner Pohan, & Edwin Smalling
Round 3 Performance and Reception on Thursday, September 28, 7 PM
Conceived as a series of overlapping, two-person exhibitions, Volley is an experiment that foregrounds conversation and collaboration as essential aspects of artistic production.
MAP Fund Live Info SessionOctober 12, 2017
MAP Fund Executive Director, Moira Brennan, will offer a free information session about the upcoming 2018 grant cycle. She will highlight program changes, what to expect in the application, and leave plenty of time to answer the community’s questions!
Studio 201 | 6:30 – 7:30 PM
On ViewSeptember 1 through October 8, 2017
On StageSeptember 14 through October 1, 2017
On ViewSeptember 16 through September 27, 2017
On ViewSeptember 20 through September 30, 2017
The Abrons Arts Center supports the presentation of innovative, multi-disciplinary work; cultivates artists in all stages of their creative development through educational programs and residencies; and serves as an intersection of cultural engagement for local, national, and international audiences and art-workers.
DECLARATION OF INCLUSION
Abrons values freedom of expression and creativity, ever striving to provide creative communities with a space that celebrates diversity of thought and experience. Abrons aims to be an anti-oppressive home to people from all backgrounds and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, citizen status, ancestry, age, religion, disability, sex or gender, gender identity and/or expression (including a transgender identity), sexual orientation or any other characteristic. Abrons Arts Center pays respect to Lenape peoples and ancestors past, present, and future. We acknowledge that the work presented at Abrons is situated on the Lenape island of Manhahtaan (Mannahatta) and more broadly in Lenapehoking, the Lenape homeland.