“This show has been curated specifically to run in conjunction with The New Georges Jam on Toast. We began with the idea of featuring cross-over artists, New Georges’ affiliates and friends who we know as theater artists, but who have thriving visual arts practices as well. Hoping to show a variety of techniques and sensibilities, we looked for work with a heightened aesthetic and work that told us something new about the artist.
As we began to pull the work together, duets and trios emerged that functioned in high contrast with each other: some in black and white, some with more color, all playing with form in their own way and all with an emotional core.”
— Sarah Cameron Sunde & Karla Carballar
We’re thrilled to guest curate the gallery at Dixon Place for the duration of our festival, and to feature visual art by theatermakers Anna Kiraly, Laura Mroczkowski, Alley Scott, Jenny Seastone Stern, Jessica Tam, Vid Taylor, Sara C. Walsh
…and sound art by Amy Altadonna created especially for Jam on Walls!
Check it out during your playgoing!
More info about Dixon Place Gallery here!
September 19, 2017
Learn more about the residencies and the summit The Audrey Residency Summit continues! With workshop presentations of new plays which began their development during one of the program’s four annual cycles so far. All presentations at 520 8th Avenue, 3rd … Continue reading
July 26, 2017
In four speedy years, our Audrey Residency program — 3 weeks spent working on a new-play project over the course of a year + a monthly community gathering — has become a productive, indispensable delight. 44 affiliated artists have passed through it, … Continue reading
May 22, 2017
GET TICKETS FULL SCHEDULE PDF! HOW TO GET THERE, WHERE TO EAT LEARN MORE ABOUT WORKS ON WATER READ THE SUNDAY NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE “Gorgeous! Poignant and transporting and sly… Matthis exudes vulnerability, self-effacing humor, and a crackling intelligence.” … Continue reading
May 19, 2017
Last year through its January debut, we watched a lot and supported a little as playwright Kate Benson and director Lee Sunday Evans brought [PORTO] to The Bushwick Starr. Their first big collaboration since their Obie-winning A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN … Continue reading