No Longer Showing.
Community Action Center (2010) is a feature-length, socio-sexual video incorporating the erotics of a community in which the personal is not only political, but also sexual. Following a screening tour this summer of fourteen cities in ten states, Burns and Steiner will report back on their experiences of sharing their explicit, trans-feminist artwork, screened here in full with a special live score by artists and musicians including Justin Vivian Bond, Nick Hallett with Sam Miller, K8 Hardy, and other artists from the Community Action Center soundtrack.
Programs at The Kitchen are supported with public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Nov 15 2019
On November 21, renowned jazz clarinetist Roland P. Young will take the stage for a rare solo performance—his first in over ten years—as part of a double bill with the band L’Rain presented by The Kitchen at Public Records.  Born in Kansas City, Young was trained in both jazz and classical ...Read On
Nov 06 2019
Each season at The Kitchen, artists working across disciplines present a wide range of performances, exhibitions, screenings, and events. Since 2012, our annual L.A.B. series has run in parallel with this programming, creating opportunities for practitioners to speak with one another and with aud...Read On
Oct 22 2019
Last week, James Allister Sprang premiered his performance Turning Towards a Radical Listening at The Kitchen. Culminating his five-week residency, this performance in our black box space is the first full realization of a project that the artist has been developing over several years in variou...Read On