Imagine unbooked rehearsal and performance rental times across New York City being matched to renters looking for those exact rental times, simply by venues sharing their calendar via NYCPASpaces.org? Sure, many venues these days display a rental calendar on their own website (this is helpful) but I’m talking about aggregating unbooked rental times into a [...]
POSITION: Program Associate, Technology Programs
POSTED: February 15, 2012
DEADLINE: March 15, 2012
On November 7, Fractured Atlas and Gibney Dance partnered to present a live chat about Space in tandem with our launch of NYC Performing Arts Spaces 2.0. We were joined by dancers, choreographers, space managers, and funders, all with valuable perspectives on how spaces can better serve artists.
Though we were only able to scratch [...]
As a sounding board for artists and arts companies, we know that space is a major factor in the journey from production concept to opening night. How can artists find the space they need to fuel their creativity and collaboration - in the right location and at the right price? What do the best spaces [...]
You have it all: the talent, collaborators, and even *funding.* What’s the problem? Your 4th floor walkup is barely big enough for a dinner party, let alone a rehearsal. There’s a one-step solution to book the perfect rehearsal or performance space in New York City.
NYC Performing Arts Spaces offers more than 2,000 music, dance, and [...]
POSITION: Program Specialist, Technology Programs
POSTED: August 8, 2011
DEADLINE: August 29, 2011
Accomplished jazz pianist and composer Helen Sung has had the privilege of working with many of the living jazz greats. A member of Fractured Atlas for the last seven years, she is currently in residence at Flushing Town Hall in Queens, New York, and will perform at the Tokyo Jazz Festival in September.
Evan Mazunik’s compositions have been featured in the NY International Fringe Festival and performed at venues devoted to creative, improvised, and experimental music such as Roulette, HERE and Galapagos Art Space. In this interview he tells us about the work of his experimental chamber ensemble, ZAHA, as well as his current projects and pipe-dreams…
I had the pleasure of seeing, hearing, and tasting the art that lives in New Orleans, courtesy of the annual Alliance of Artists Communities conference.
Attention Fractured Atlas members who live in NYC and work in the performing arts: How deeply has the current economy impacted you as a performing artist? How has the venue/facility that you manage been affected? Please take a five-minute survey and tell us about YOUR economic reality.