Silent Witness By Sarah Frazier Oct 13 – 30, 2016 Opening October 13, 6-8pm Silent Witness is a collection of paintings exploring the imagined last moments of Tyrone Love, a young African-American male and friend of Frazier’s, who was gunned down in his Seattle neighborhood. The abstracted landscapes of night sky, street lamps, and pavement are sourced from photographs Frazier took at the site of […]

Silent Witness – Opening – 10/13/16

Music Under the 7 is pleased to present “Bring on Your Americana” at Local Project in LIC Featuring bluegrass, alt country, and rock roots sounds that make 2016 sound like 1970…. Sami & Sara 630PM Free Advice 7pm Pat Irwin & Band 730pm Sasha Dobson & Band 8pm Lovechild 845 Suggested donation $10 all ages refreshments

“Bring on Your Americana” 10/22/16

Love Tokens and Talismans Cara Lynch November 17 – December 1, 2016 Opening Thursday, November 17, 2016, 6-8pm Love Tokens and Talismans incorporates casts, found objects, and craft materials into jewel-like forms that reference sailor’s valentines, mourning jewelry, memoryware, kitschy trinkets, and historical amulets or talismans. Through this new body of work, Lynch records her own history and experience, simultaneously exploring metaphysical and political notions […]

Love Tokens and Talismans – Opening 11/17/16

A growing storage problem
A GROWING STORAGE PROBLEM Individual Exhibition by J McDonald Opening Reception September 8, 6-8pm Through Sept 30. As an NYC based sculptor working on a large scale, J McDonald has a growing storage problem.  But he is not alone. Our human empire struggles to contain the refuse of its own making – trash in landfills, carbon in forests, imminent collapse and vast destruction in petty […]

A Growing Storage Problem – 09/08/16

On July 30th, 2016, the Local Project crew went on a field trip to visit the corpse flower at the New York Botanical Garden. The Corpse flower is a rare flower that blooms once every 80 years.  This is the first time that a blooming titan-arum has been put on display at the Garden since 1939. It took over 10 years to harvest one of […]

LP Field Trip to The Botanical Garden – 07/30/16