Arts ON AIR endeavors to bring back the opportunity of live performances safely to NYC-based artists and their audiences, as well as audiences around the world, during the time of Covid through outdoor rooftop productions and live-streaming. The creators of Arts ON AIR are Hudson Heights couple Derek Ratzenboeck and Temple Kemezis.
Thursdays with NoMAA – Meet a new uptown artist or performer each Thursday at 7:30pm. Watch a performance or open studio, followed by a Q & A with the artist.
On Zoom or Facebook Live
Andrea Arroyo is an award-winning artist working in a range of media including drawing, painting, public art, and site-specific installation. Her work is exhibited and collected internationally. Public art projects include permanent indoor and outdoor artwork for private, institutional and corporate spaces.
Felipe Galindo (Feggo) creates humorous art in a variety of media, including cartoons, illustrations, animations, fine art & public art. Born in Cuernavaca, Mexico, resides in New York City. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide.
Join Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Director of Education, and Founder of Garden Kitchen Lab, Fabiola Cáceres at her kitchen-garden workshop. Fabiola will talk about the benefits of starting a food garden at home, show how to go from backyard to table with a delicious avocado cilantro dressing, and talk us through the Growing Uptown initiative. Watch live on our Facebook!
Growing Uptown: Ensalada de Albahaca, Calabacines, Almendras y Queso A Base de Plantas.
el 29 de julio a las 3:30 pm. —un programa virtual
Únete a la directora de educación del Museo Dyckman Farmhouse y fundadora del Garden Kitchen Lab, Fabiola Cáceres en su taller de huertos. Fabiola hablará sobre los beneficios de comenzar un huerto en casa, mostrará cómo ir del jardín-a-la-mes
Returning once again to the Arts ON AIR stage is Gabrielle Lamb’s Pigeonwing Dance!!! Join us on July 24th for an evening of contemporary dance with violinist Derek Ratzenboeck.
“What defines a stage these days? Gabrielle Lamb’s richly detailed movement has found a perfect home on a 5×8-foot Persian rug.” (DANCE Magazine)
Pigeonwing Dance’s Carpet Series, for five highly-trained contemporary ballet dancers, is a compact popup performance rich in detail, complexity and virtuosity. Developed during and in response to the pandemic, the works take place on and around a 5 x 8 Persian carpet, with choreography by 2020 Guggenheim Fellow Gabrielle Lamb and accompanied by New York City Ballet Musician, Derek Ratzenboeck.
To learn more about this artist, visit: https://www.pigeonwingdance.com
As always, please consider donating. Performing artists are out of work during this time. We are grateful to all donations to the performers/creators of this show! You may donate via our PayPal Money Pool: https://paypal.me/pools/c/8BfbwA9vr1 or via Venmo: @artsonairnyc