Lenape Artists & Arts Organizers FundApplications Open Now!
Our next Artist Community Relief Fund will support artists and arts organizers who are displaced tribal members of the Lenape diaspora, specifically prioritizing Black Lenape members from the six federally recognized tribes.
Because our organization is in the Lenape homeland, this fund is a small step toward our efforts to go beyond land acknowledgements and support the communities whose lands we currently occupy. We will disburse $500 to 10 Lenape artists and arts organizers who are based on what is now called the United States and Canada.
Spring 2021 Private LessonsRegistration Open Now!
Private music lesson students receive one-on-one time with professional musicians in any of the available instruments/subjects: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Strings, Bass, Woodwinds, Percussion, and Song Writing.
Private music lessons for Spring 2021 run from Monday, January 11th – Sunday, June 27th. Enrollment is rolling, but we encourage students to take advantage of the full semester for best results. Lesson day and time is flexible — we work with you!
Fiebre de Cabina Vol. 1November 20 - December 23, 2020
La Residencia Artist-in-Residence Payola Isabel, co-founder of Radiored, brings us a digital compilation of new tracks by musicians from the Caribbean, Latin America, and around the world.
A play on the popular phrase “cabin fever” — the madness of being locked indoors for too long — Fiebre de Cabina is a healing remedy for the side effects of isolation and a cosmically prescribed moment to reconnect.
Marguerite Hemmings and LaJuné McMillian: AntidoteDecember 11 - December 11, 2020
Choreographer Marguerite Hemmings and creative technologist LaJuné McMillian consider how motion capture software may be used as a tool in service of Black liberation. Co-presented with Pioneer Works.
Destiny Mata: La Vida en Loisaida (Life on the Lower East Side)September 17 - November 29, 2020
An outdoor exhibition by photographer Destiny Mata that highlights the pride of longtime Lower East Side residents in the wake of neighborhood’s rapid and difficult changes. Produced by the Photoville Festival 2020.
2019-2020 Visual Artist AIRspace Residency ExhibitionOctober 3 - December 6, 2020
2019-2020 Visual Artist AIRspace residents Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Arisleyda Dilone, Alicia Mersy, and Charisse Pearlina Weston share work they developed during their residency period at Abrons Arts Center.
Performance AIRspace ResidencyApply Now!
With support from The Jerome Foundation, this one year residency offers a cohort of 4 early career movement-based performing artists the opportunity to develop and present a new work as part of Abrons’ presenting season. Click below to learn more and apply today!