Sundays on Broadway Fall 2019 Season Lineup
Cathy Weis Projects is pleased to announce the lineup for this our 5th anniversary season of Sundays on Broadway. Curator Cathy Weis is joined by guest curators Emily Climer, Joanna Kotze, Wendy Perron, and Adrienne Truscott.
October 6: Keely Garfield + Ambika Raina + Stuart Shugg + Edisa Weeks -- curated by Joanna Kotze
October 13: DARK
October 20: Aileen Passloff -- curated by Wendy Perron
October 27: Mike Albo + Christen Clifford + Magda San Millan -- curated by Adrienne Truscott
November 3: Gregory Corbino + Jennifer Miller + Lucy Sexton -- curated by CW
November 10 & 17: DARK in preparation for the Glittering Gala with Meredith Monk
November 24: Wally Cardona + John Jasperse + Athena Malloy & Connor Voss -- curated by CW
December 1: DARK
December 8: Jon Kinzel + Jimena Paz + Vicky Shick -- curated by CW
December 15: Ellen Fisher + Carolyn Hall + Shorties -- co-curated by CW and Emily Climer
537 Broadway, #3
All events begin at 6:00 pm – doors open at 5:45 pm.
No reservations. No late seating.
$10 suggested contribution.
Photos: top row - John Jasperse by Alex Escalante; Athena Malloy & Connor Voss by Marcus Morris; Jon Kinzel by Christine Regan; Edisa Weeks by JD Malone; Jimena Paz by Baranova; Jennifer Miller by Anja Hitzenberger/middle row - "Given" by Wally Cardona; Vicky Shick by Alan Mandell; Ambika Raina by Yekaterina Gyadu; EllenFisher by Ben Stechschulte; Magda San Millan by John C. Hawthorne; Stuart Shugg by Satoshi Tsuchiyama; Carolyn Hall by Kelly AuCoin/bottom row - Aileen Passloff by Robert Farren; Lucy Sexton by Lori E. Seid; Christen Clifford by Baranova; Gregory Corbino; Mike Albo by Ali Levin Photography; Keely Garfield by Paula Court; "Shorties" by CW
Sundays on Broadway is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by LMCC.
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