Jerron Herman: VITRUVIANMay 19 - May 21, 2022 @ 7:00 PM
A solo performance by Jerron Herman, VITRUVIAN explores the ways natural phenomena and history enter and live in the body. Movement and visual design tell an allegorical tale of the life cycle of the Vitruvian man as he traverses several hemispheres.
Emily Johnson and Karyn Recollet: Kinstillatory Mappings in Light and Dark MatterMay 26 - May 26, 2022 @ 6:30 PM
Join us for monthly ceremonial fireside gatherings hosted by Emily Johnson. Each month, Johnson invites guest artists and organizers to share stories and performances in honor and protection of the land, water, and air of Lenapehoking, the homelands of the Lenapeyok, where Abrons Arts Center is located.
Parent Artist AIRspace ResidencyApplication Open Now
Abrons’ Parent Artist AIRspace Residency provides support for one parent artist working in the visual arts, music, curatorial practice, and/or literary arts. This residency will provide studio space, free tuition to Abrons Summer Arts Camp for one child, a stipend, and opportunities for intergenerational engagement.
District 1 Arts FestivalMay 17 - May 22, 2022
District 1 Arts Festival is coming to Abrons on May 17th! Join us to celebrate the creative display of 23 public schools ranging from K-12. Artwork will be on display at Abrons on all three floors plus our outdoor Amphitheater.
Friends, family, students, teachers and our Lower East Side community are invited to join us!
Summer Arts CampPublic Registration Open Now
Nurture your child’s creative spark this summer at Abrons Arts Center!
Summer Arts Camp is where students can learn creative skills in visual arts, music, theater, and dance. They will work with professional arts instructors in a playful, collaborative environment to create new works, learn to work with others, and express their creativity.
Limited spots available — register today!
Spring 2022 Abrons Education RecitalsMay 25 - June 4, 2022 @ Various
Join Abrons Arts Center to celebrate a semester of art making by students aged 3 and up.
This year, students were back in person creating new works and advancing their abilities in music, dance, visual arts and more. To celebrate their achievements we will be hosting in person recitals to showcase their skills and talents.
All events are open to the public
Jess Barbagallo: Weekend at Barry’s/Lesbian LighthouseJune 10 - June 26, 2022 @ 8:00 PM
Barry is a 40-something cultural worker whose career-averse lifestyle has led him to a personal and professional dead end. Supported only by his cheap apartment and team of misfit friends, Barry is perpetually between questionable jobs and even more questionable lovers. When Helen Hufflekugel, a seductively “contemporary” arts curator, offers him a gig mentoring a couple of wide-eyed queer youths in exchange for a slot in her next season, Barry reluctantly agrees. Little does he know that this last-ditch attempt to manifest old dreams will open a portal to another life he didn’t know he was already living elsewhere.
Mariana Valencia: HeeraJune 24 - June 26, 2022 @ 5:00 PM / 7:00 PM
Heera is a performance devised by Mariana Valencia and Abrons Arts Center Urban Youth Theater student Heera Gandhu that circumnavigates everyday observations, anecdotes, comedy, horror movies, dance, and coming of age. Their choreographic score navigates the textual elements of the performance in a witty and dynamic duet that explores performative presence.