Date(s) - 12/02/17
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Studio 5404, Art Space
Categories No Categories
Additional Information (if available)URL for more information: .
“Injustice For All”- The Art of Resistance.
A pop-up show at Studio 5404 Artspace
Art in support of our current environment
Curated by Lori Horowitz: Reception Saturday, December 2nd, 6:30- 9:00pm through December 14th by appointment
Studio 5404 Artspace, 5404 Merrick Road, Massapequa, NY, November 30 – December 14th , 2017 – A reception for the art show “In-Justice For All” will be held on Saturday December 2nd, 6:30 – 9:00pm. The show, which runs through December 14th 2017, and will feature art works by 17+ talented local NY and regional artists including, Lori Horowitz, Neil Leinwohl, Kelynn Z. Alder, Dave Rogers, Johan Wahlstrom, Carole J. Amodeo, Duncan Linthicum, Mark Strodl, Eileen Coyne, Robert Carioscia, Lauren Singer, Bruce Lieberman, Maria Spector, Maria Fernandez Gold, Rich Klein, Sheri Berman, Margaret Roleke.Marcos Carrasco and Richard Cutrona.
“ In-Justice For All”- A pop-up show at Studio 5404 Artspace (not for profit organization), in conjunction with the Long Island Progressive Coalition. The Long Island Progressive Coalition (LIPC) is a grassroots community-based organization founded in 1979, dedicated to promoting sustainable development, revitalizing local communities, enhancing human dignity, creating effective democracy, and achieving economic, social and racial justice. Artwork on display for this installation reflects different personas in our unique democratic landscape and subjects relating to immigration, gun control, LGBT rights, environment and the current global climate. Today we need the arts more than ever to vent, to comment, to react to our current conditions and digest how we perceive world events, creating greater understanding and unity.
Live music by Toby Tobias: Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Toby has immersed himself in many genres of American Music while never leaving behind his roots in the rhythms and melodies of his homeland. The show’s message is one of racial equality, understanding of each other’s cultures and religions and a strong desire for togetherness in a world which seeks to divide rather than bring together.
Refreshments will be served during the reception. All artwork is for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to support the Long Island Progressive Coalition and Studio 5404, raising awareness and strengthening the arts.
Studio 5404 is an organization established in June 2013 by director Lori Horowitz and is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization. Studio 5404 has expanded opportunities for artists that have previously included, talks, critiques, informative participatory roundtable dialogs and will continue to do curate pop up shows, promoting cultural arts in all forms of visual and performing art.