- PALESTINE - Life Under Occupation: A presentation by documentary filmmaker Tami Gold
Sunday, January 25, 2pm
- THROWBACK - The photography of Edwin Pagán: A presentation by Edwin Pagán
Saturday, March 21, 2pm
MediaNoche is presenting a series of exhibitions on the environment from multiple perspectives by artists worldwide. The eco-series features works that push artistic practice beyond the boundaries of form and content, deploying strategies that challenge conceptions of art and activism.
- InMesh by CAPASSO+KELLER+TINAJERO
March 27 - May 10, 2014
- COMPOSITION FUKUSHIMA by Kenji Kojima
- SUN KING by Balam Soto
The PRdream Summer Film Festival, in cooperation with MediaNoche, will screen films on the environment in the 103rd Street Community Garden during the summer.
We're offering low cost ($75), one day (6 hour) workshops in Photoshop, Illustrator and Final Cut Pro. The current schedule is as follows:
Saturdays, 2pm - 7pm
- beginning June 18, then June 25 and July 9
Saturdays, 2pm - 7pm
- beginning July 16, then July 23 and 30
- FINAL CUT PRO
Sundays, 10am - 4pm
- beginning June 19 and each Sunday thereafter
Evening sessions, Mondays and Wednesdays, 6pm-9pm
- beginning June 20 and 22
We are seeking technology-based works for exhibition. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646.228.7950 for an appointment. Environmental and site-specific projects a plus. Projects with a political consciousness a bigger plus. We welcome artists working in collaboration and curators organizing a group show.
Our Summer hours have come to an end!
MediaNoche's gallery hours are Thursday and Friday, 2PM - 6PM, and by appointment.
Email us at email@example.com or call 646.228.7950 for an appointment.
We've also changed our screening venue to the beautiful 103rd Street Community Garden: East 103rd Street and Park Avenue. Screenings are still free and open to the public. Tuesday, August 11 at 8:30pm is our opening night. Joe Falcon and Coco Rico, a latin jazz joint, will play intermezzi.
For a complete film schedule go to: http://www.prdream.com/wordpress/?cat=5.
We've moved to 1355 Park Avenue, the Northeast corner store. Come visit us: Wednesday through Friday, 3PM to 7PM, and by appointment!
We're offering free wireless internet access on East 106th Street. The idea is to foster the development of wireless art projects (installations‽) in front of MediaNoche and in the handball court across the street. Come play!
MediaNoche hosted the RNC REDUX OPEN DOC project, bringing El Barrio residents and Screensavers together for a real time interactive exchange about the Republican National Convention that also included people in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Portland, Oregon and Bowling Green, Ohio.
More about Screensaversgroup.org >>
See images from the event >>
Each Saturday MediaNoche screens an independent film outdoor across from our space on the handball court. Screenings start at sundown.
For information about upcoming films, call 212.828.0401 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org