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Opening October 22, the exhibition "Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting" at MoMA PS1 is the first comprehensive retrospective of the groundbreaking artist's decades-long career.  

“Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting” at MoMA PS1
Opening October 22, “Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting,” at MoMA PS1 (22-25 Jackson Ave., Long Island City) marks the first exhaustive retrospective of the artist’s 60-year career. The entire trajectory of Schneemann’s work — from paintings to assembled objects and mechanical elements to avant-garde experimental theater and multimedia performances and installations — will be on display. Of particular interest to Schneemann has been the social construction of the female body — including the use of her own body in installations—as well as the cultural biases of art history. Admission is free for New York City residents.

MADmakes workshop with Luam Melake
The MADmakes workshop series at the Museum of Arts and Design (2 Columbus Cir., nr. 58th St.) gives visitors the opportunity to engage in hands-on creation with the museum’s artists-in-residence. During the October 19 session, artist Luam Melake will give instruction on the process of designing handwoven textiles, with discussions on the history of the craft and the importance of color and material selection. Visitors will weave their designs out of paper strips on finger looms. Admission is pay-as-you-wish.

Asia Society Arts and Culture Panel
On October 19, the Asia Society (725 Park Ave., nr. 70th St.) will host a panel called “Creative Spaces Empowering the City.” Filmmaker and writer Cassim Shepard will moderate and host panelists from the Public Art Fund, the Shed, and M+ Museum for a conversation on creative public spaces where art and urban planning meet to serve the community and creators. Admission is free with registration.


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