Equity b[x] Residency Fellow Program
Equity b [x] Residency Fellow Program
Equity Gallery is pleased to announce New York based artist Maya Ciarrocchi as the inaugural recipient of the Equity b[x] Fellowship! Ciarrocchi's ongoing interdisciplinary project in-progress, "Site: Yizkor," explores the physical and emotional manifestation of loss though text, drawing, video, and music. Her body of work is authentically conversant with political and social structures whilst also offering an aesthetic experience that is formally engaging. It perfectly aligns with the community standards and social practice values shared by Equity Gallery and b[x] studios.
Specifics and details about workshops headed by Ciarrocchi, as well as an upcoming solo exhibition in the Spring of 2020, will be announced in the future!
New York Artists Equity Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1947 by artists and art patrons with the mission to promote opportunities for artists. It operates Equity Gallery, an art space located on the Lower East Side of New York City. Equity Gallery opened in October 2015 and is designed to be a fluid and flexible new model that is responsive to a range of artists’ needs. It simultaneously serves as a gallery for artists to exhibit and sell their work, a hub for professional workshops and innovative programming exploring critical issues of interest to artists and curators, and a gathering place for artists, curators and patrons.
b[x] spaces is redefining co-working for the creator class by providing high-quality, affordable workshops for Makers, Artists, and Technologists. b[x] allows creatives to thrive within a community-oriented environment of customized programming designed to engage members to collaborate, network and showcase their unique talents and offerings. Entrepreneurs and small businesses are incubated with professional facilities ready for visionary meetings and the latest digital technologies. For more information about their organization and work spaces, click here.
The Equity b [x] Residency Fellow Program was made possible in part from support from our sponsor, Raymar Art.