No Longer Showing.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19, AND WILL NO LONGER TAKE PLACE FROM APRIL 6–MAY 2. NEW DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE.
Leslie Cuyjet, Kennis Hawkins, Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal, and Alex Rodabaugh will be in residence at Queenslab during the month of April as part of Dance and Process. This group process, curated and facilitated by Moriah Evans and Yve Laris Cohen, centers around sharing work and feedback and culminates in public presentations of new work. By creating space for sustained conversations and collaboration, Dance and Process stages an interrogation of methods of choreographic and dance practice, enabling artists to challenge default structures in both their own work and the field at large.
Dance and Process is made possible with commissioning support from Marta Heflin Foundation; annual grants from Howard Gilman Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, The Jerome Robbins Foundation, and The Harkness Foundation for Dance; and in part by 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.
Apr 17 2020
In an effort to support our artists during this moment in which concerts, exhibitions, album releases, book launches, and other events are cancelled or postponed, The Kitchen is compiling weekly selections of projects that you can engage with from home. Each week, we’ll highlight a Kitchen artist...Read On
May 21 2020
“From the Archives” is a series that spotlights The Kitchen’s history. As a complement to our Archive Website, these posts offer focused reflections on the artists, exhibitions, events, and institutional practices that have defined and shaped The Kitchen since its founding in 1971. This From t...Read On
May 15 2020
As The Kitchen approaches its 50th anniversary in 2021, we have been working to expand the collective understanding of our institution’s history by organizing a series of public conversations among artists who have presented work at the institution across the decades. Alongside these public progr...Read On