LUNGS 2014 Harvest Arts Festival Program

Dias y Flores, E.13th St Btwn Aves A & B
SUNDAY, September 21
3pm Shelly Wade – country music

Campos Gardens, E.12th St, Aves B & C
Saturday, September 20
ALL DAY SPIRAL, by Jose Landoni site specific sculpture,
sponsored by Art Loisaida Foundation and Campos Garden as part of ALF’s Artist Residency Program funded by NYC Councilperson Rosie Mendez through DCA

6:00-7:00 Dawoud Kringle, plays Sitar & Dilruba
Dawoud Kringle is a multi instrumentalist, composer, improviser, and band leader of the ensemble Renegade Sufi. His work on the sitar and dilruba is unique. His experiments with applying jazz technique and electronics to the traditional approach are in many ways unprecedented.

7:00-8:00 OPEN MIC with Robert Galinsky
Campos Community Garden member Robert Galinsky offers an open mic for local musicians, comedians, dancers, singers, and climate activists.

11BC Garden, 11th St Btwn Aves B & C
Saturday, Septmber 20
Jazz 2:30-5pm
Jon Davis Trio: Jon Davis, piano, Gianluca Renzi on bass and Ben Perowsky on drums.
Jon Davis has been performing and touring with many of the finest jazz musicians around world for more than twenty five years. He has appeared on over 50 recordings, and has contributed compositions to many of them. Jon has shown a rare versatility ranging from solo, to Big Band, and everything between.

9C Garden, Ave C & 9th St
Saturday, September 20
2–5pm Poet’s Corner
Be as formal or informal as you want it to be. It’s open to all–bring your people, your crew, your own bad selves. Call up your words and make them utter Declaim, Exclaim, Reclaim

7pm Night Projections on wall by Laurie Olinder

La Plaza Cultural, Ave C & 9th St
Saturday, September 20
3:00 Poetry, Jemy Francillon, Mark Ohan, MikeKetigian
3:15 Alphamama
4:15 Poetry- Jemy Francillon, Mark Ohan, Mike Ketigian
4:30 Matthew Silver — lovechild immaculate
5:30 “Jackson, Kayne & Ratliff – Improv Comedy”, credits including performances with Upright Citizens Brigade house team “The Stepfathers” and UCB show “What I Did for Love.”

6:30pm Walking Different– Fusion
 With Anthony Thomaz 
Pierre Monney & many guests.
Throughout the day – 3 Visual Artists (painters); one of whom will provide live painting demos.

DeColores Community Garden and Cultural Yard, 8th St, B & C
Saturday, September 20
3rd Annual Jack Hardy Songwriter’s Exchange

Ben Cauley
Avon Faire
Jon Nabarezny
Michael Glick
Ben Rabb
Meg Braun
Mya Byrne
Norman Salant
Joseph Munley
Wool and Grant
Honor Finnegan
Vinny Ciambriello
Chris Fuller
Ina May Wool
Richard Chanel
John Hodel
Carolann Solebello
Frank Mazzetti
David Massengill
Diana Jones

7:30 pm Freedom or Death: 3 Days That Changed Ukraine
Documentary Film by Damian Kolodiy

Green Oasis and Gilbert’s Sculpture Garden, 8th St C & D
Saturday, September 20
MUSIC: Musical Journey curated by Beverly Love
2:00 – Tatyana Kalko
3:00 – MbiraNYC (Music of Zimbabwe)
4:00 – Damien Jason
5:00 – Just Pete and Francie
6:00 – Deanna
7:00 – Felice

Firemen’s Memorial Garden East 8th St, C & D
Saturday, September 20
Painting Party in the Garden- paint or be painted”
Artist Pairoj Pichetmetkul. Come paint anything you’d like, or have yourself painted! Join us in painting landscapes, florals, portraits, OR, sit as a model and have your portrait painted. Become the artwork! Pairoj Pichetmetkul has been painting a long running portrait series of people in public spaces around New York. He will be live painting guests who come to this event and would like to be a model, painting on large paper for about 5 hours
We invite people to come and paint or be painted, and also participate in a photo shoot. We will provide equipment and some art supplies but please feel free to bring your own.

6B Garden Ave B & 6th St
Saturday, September 20
7:00 to 10:00pm. SOUNDS IN THE GARDEN An eclectic mix of music with songwriters and performers from acoustic blues to ambient electronica. Come see a fabulous line-up.

SUNDAY, September 21
7:00 to 10:00pm FILMS OF MM SERRA. MM Serra is an experimental filmmaker, curator, author and the Executive Director of the Film-Makers’ Cooperative. Titillating, sumptuous and always subversive, Serra’s films focus on alternative cultures and intimate moments. They are simultaneously eye-opening and awe-inducing.

Secret Garden Ave C & 4th St
Saturday, September 20
1-5pm ART RUMBLE—live painting by LES Artists
Jennifer Primrosch, Roman Primiativo Abear, Marus Chae, Heike Krebs, Sally Young, Carolyn Ratcliffe, Ellen Horan, Warren Riznychok and more

El Jardin del Paraiso, A-P 4th St Btwn AvesC & D
Saturday, September 20
4pm Bread and Puppet Theater The Anti Tar Sands Manifesto Pageant:
We and the caribou, dwarves of the giant corporate system that runs our life and devastation, are here to rise up. Columbus, who imports the New World Order, drums in the billionaire-superheroes who dominate our economy, which destroys the herds that roam the earth, and we all end up in the same boat, with no idea where we are going.

Orchard Alley, 4th St Btwn Aves C & D
Saturday, September 20
2 pm to 3:45 DANCE Program
1. Rastro
2. NYC Dance Arts Professional Dance Company
3. Dirt
4. East Village Dance Project Teen Company
5. Easy Knife Dance Choreography and Performance
6. Monteleone Dance Collective
7. Gwen Rakotovao Company
8. Grazia
and more

6pm Jazz Steven Moses Quartet

Kenkeleba House Garden 2nd St Btwn Aves B & C
12-4pm Arthur Juini Booth, jazz bass

Le Petit Versailles, 2nd St Btwn Aves B & C
Saturday September 20 & Sunday September 21,
Turning into Night
two days of performance/screenings/artist talks called, curated by Coral Short, Troy La Biche Davis, and Yvette Choy.
6pm Potluck

Aja Rose Bond
Beth Frey
Cupid Ojala
Jade Yumang
Jamie Ross
Piera Yerkes
Tif Robinette
The Cave Collective

Cory Kram
Vivek Shraya
Barbara Roland
Pippi Zornoza
Sarah Pupo
SoJin Chun
Sophie Seita
Juan Carlos Zaldivar
Mihee-Nathalie Lemoine
Zuzu Knew
Joshua Vettivelu

Children’s Magical Garden A-P, Norfolk & Stanton Sts
Saturday, September 20

1pm Theater–“The Decision” a staged reading of a new 20 min. play, A story for our time for audiences of all ages based on Native American wisdom tales.

The Mayor of the Humans decides to destroy the animals’ homes inside a beloved community garden. Meanwhile, a huge storm is coming. Should the animals warn the greedy humans?
Written by the More Gardens! Summer Campers and staff, directed by Kate Temple-West with masks made by campers and art direction by Aresh Javadi.

Jazz Afternoon Climate Change/ Climate Action
2pm Ras Moshe / John Pietaro / Emma Alabaster
3pm Avram Fefer Group
4pm Juan Pablo Carletti / Tony Malaby / Chris Hoffman

Elizabeth St Garden A Elizabeth St Btwn Prince and Spring Sts.
4pm Scottish Octopus
5pm Tracy Thorne
6pm Rashad Brown

Suffolk Street Community Garden, Suffolk St btwn Houston & Stanton Sts.
1pm The Con-Artist Collective a probably photography-related art project, a photo booth and shadow tracing and other interactive projects.

Frances’s Gang
Stephen Moses played last year 347-623-1914

WORKSHOPs need homes too
Adam Purple workshop Dee Dee MOS Collective


Schedule Subject to change
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