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Event | Nov 24 2019

Ace Hotel Artist Brunch Chat (Nov 24) and Open Studio (Nov 25 + 26) with Mari Mathlin

Mari Mathlin, Affordable for Whom? Mixed media installation in progress (detail). Courtesy of the artist.

Ace Hotel Artist Brunch: Mari Mathlin
Sunday, November 24, 12 pm - 1:30 pm
Tickets: $10
The Breslin at Ace Hotel
16 West 29th Street

This event has been sold out! 
(Seating is limited to 12 and tickets will be available until sold out.)

Ace Hotel New York and Residency Unlimited (RU) present Artist Brunch Chat— a series of intimate and low key discussions at The Breslin in New York City. These open-format meetings serve as a dedicated time and place for artists to engage with new communities, old friends, and everyone in between. This month's guest is RU artist-in-residence Mari Mathlin, who will host an intimate dialog around the possibilities and options one has if choosing to practice outside of the proverbial art box structures. A range of topics will include art practice as a tool for working in dialogue with the public; individual freedom and the expectations and requirements of the art world, and social media.

Brunch will include:
Croissant with butter
Choice of frittata or yogurt or oatmeal
Green juice
Coffee Or tea

Ace Hotel Artist Brunch Chat: Mari Mathlin

This program is generously hosted by Ace Hotel New York and made possible with support from The Finnish Cultural Foundation.

 

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Open Studio Hours
Monday, November 25, 2 pm - 7 pm
Tuesday, November 26, 2 pm - 5 pm
Location: 42 Hawthorne St Brooklyn, NY 11225

RU artist-in-residence Mari Mathlin invites the public to visit her studio to view work in progress since October. Created from recycled materials collected from the streets of NYC, her studio installation reflects on an article published in the Brooklyn-wide news site BKLYNER on affordable housing in New York City and what constitutes affordable for whom.

Mari Mathlin's residency is made possible with support from The Finnish Cultural Foundation.

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