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Play Sets: Steve McQueen


Dia Beacon

Play Sets

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15/06/2024 10:30 15/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Play Sets: Steve McQueen Event detailsSaturday, June 15, 202410:30–11:15 am Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free. Spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Explore the galleries through in-depth engagements with a single artist or artwork. Each program includes hands-on exercises that invite participants to see, think, and imagine in new ways. On June 15, Dia educators will focus on the work of Steve McQueen. Recommended for families with children ages five and up. All families participating in the Play Sets program receive free admission to Dia Beacon for the day. For more information, please contact learning@diaart.org. Dia Beacon FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Play Sets: Steve McQueen

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Tending Culture with Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda


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Soil Sessions

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15/06/2024 10:30 15/06/2024 12:00 America/New_York Tending Culture with Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda Event detailsSaturday, June 15, 20242–4 pm   Francisco “Pancho” Ramos Community Garden703 East 9th StreetNew York, New York Free. Spaces are limited; registration is now open. In this workshop, participants will be led through a somatic arts session on natural bundle-dyeing with a focus on the wisdoms offered through flora and soil. Developed in collaboration with the Loisaida Center and sited at the Francisco “Pancho” Ramos Community Garden, a location with deep connections to the Caribbean population of the Lower East Side, participants will be asked to consider what can be learned through the relationship to our plant and stone relatives. Working with soils and aggregates sourced along the Eastern Seaboard, which echo the historical movement of bodies from the Caribbean islands to the archipelago of New York, we will explore “Instructions to touch the earth,” posed by Delcy Morelos in conjunction with her installation El abrazo (The Embrace, 2023), while reflecting on the ways we cultivate connection. Each participant will leave with one dyed-textile piece to be used as an object for connection. Participants will be asked to use organic materials during the program. For questions or concerns about allergies, please contact info@diaart.org. Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda is a queer Afro-Indigenous visual storyteller and education designer whose practice weaves together ethnobotany and plant-based photographic processes. Their work reflects on the closely related subjects of permanence, memory, cycle, and intergenerational trauma. They collaborate with cultural spaces to design art, ecology, and mindfulness programs that decolonize canon-based models of learning through a decentralized approach. With a life practice deeply rooted in creativity as ancestral knowledge, Rodríguez Píneda believes in a somatic knowing through the process of creation. They are also a licensed backcountry guide, leading free bilingual hikes through Movimiento, an initiative to strengthen BIPOC connection to land. Loisaida, Inc. is a Puerto Rican multidisciplinary arts and culture community-development organization founded in 1978. The Loisaida Center provides space, mentorship, resources, and opportunities to emerging community leaders, artists, and creators working in diverse disciplines. We promote a vibrant social life and serve as a community-development incubator for self-sustaining projects and entrepreneurial initiatives at the intersections of culture, art, media, and technology.   Offsite FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Tending Culture with Jeannette Rodríguez Píneda

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Member Tour
at Storm King Art Center


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15/06/2024 11:30 15/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Member Tour at Storm King Art Center Event detailsSaturday, June 15, 202411 am Storm King Art Center1 Museum RoadNew Windsor, New York  Free. Spaces are limited; register at membership@diaart.org.  Join us at Storm King Art Center for an hour-long guided tour of Museum Hill, which includes the building housing many of Storm King’s early acquisitions and provides an overview of the surrounding landscapes. The tour also includes Storm King’s newest exhibition, Arlene Shechet: Girl Group, featuring six new large-scale commissions—up to 20 feet high and 30 feet long—alongside smaller works in wood, steel, and ceramic. Shechet brings an array of vibrant colors—pinks, oranges, yellows, greens, blues, and purples—to Storm King's terrain for the first time. Following the tour, members are welcome to independently explore Storm King Art Center’s grounds. See Storm King Art Center’s visitor map for directions. About Storm King Art Center Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor museum located in New York’s Hudson Valley, where visitors experience large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissions under open sky. Since 1960, Storm King has been dedicated to stewarding the hills, meadows, and forests of its site and surrounding landscape. Building on the visionary thinking of its founders, Storm King supports artists and some of their most ambitious works. Join or renew today. Offsite FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Member Tour at Storm King Art Center

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e-flux Index Launch


Dia Chelsea

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20/06/2024 00:00 20/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York e-flux Index Launch Event details Thursday, June 20, 20246:30 pm Dia Chelsea 537 West 22nd Street New York, New York  Free; register for the event here. Please join us for the New York launch of the first print issue of e-flux Index, featuring presentations by e-flux contributor Christian Nyampeta and editors Serubiri Moses and Juliana Halpert. Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Hallie Ayres, and Anton Vidokle will introduce the evening. e-flux Index is a new print journal surveying the breadth of contemporary culture through e-flux’s publishing on art, theory, architecture, film, criticism, activism, and art education. Published bimonthly, it interweaves long-form essays from e-flux Journal and e-flux Architecture, exhibition and book reviews from e-flux Criticism, discussions and contributions from both established and emerging voices in e-flux Education, and texts that expand the register of critical inquiry from e-flux Notes, compiling all the diverse and fascinating content commissioned by e-flux under one cover. e-flux began its online publishing 25 years ago, in an era largely dominated by a handful of print periodicals. Since then, the publishing landscape has undergone a profound shift to a digital realm, which provides unprecedented access at the expense of ever-diminishing attention and memory. As a collectible and archivable bimonthly print volume drawing out new strains of cross-disciplinary knowledge to reveal the common concerns that unite today’s most vital and inquisitive writing, e-flux Index sets out to catalog and care for art’s historical and intellectual evolution in our own time—and for the future. Christian Nyampeta will speak about recent contributions across e-flux, including his ongoing African Film Institute project, a screening series dedicated to African cinema that premiered at e-flux’s Screening Room in September 2023. Serubiri Moses, a contributing editor, will present upcoming projects that will form a thematic issue of e-flux Journal, while editor Juliana Halpert will give insights into e-flux Education’s editorial scope vis-à-vis the vast network of art practice and curatorial programs operating today. e-flux Index is meta-edited by George MacBeth and designed by Remco van Bladel, with layout by Sixing Xu. e-flux Index is available to purchase from e-flux.com, as well as in person at the launch. The first issue of e-flux Index is 420 pages and printed in full color by Maiadouro, with print design from Atelier d’Alves. This program is co-presented by Dia Art Foundation and e-flux. Christian Nyampeta is an artist, filmmaker, and researcher living in New York, and working in London, the Netherlands, and Rwanda where he convenes the Nyanza Working Group of the Another Roadmap African Cluster. In New York, Nyampeta sits on the board of directors at Storefront for Art and Architecture and the board of November magazine. Nyampeta holds a PhD in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths, University of London, completed under the supervision of Kodwo Eshun, following the examination of Leela Gandhi and Denise Ferreira da Silva. Serubiri Moses is a curator and author based in New York. He currently serves as adjunct faculty in art history at Hunter College and is a member of the editorial team of e-flux Journal. He is the author of a poetry book THE MOON IS READING US A BOOK (2023) and the lead curator of an upcoming mid-career retrospective of Taryn Simon. Juliana Halpert is a writer and artist based in Los Angeles. She is the editor of e-flux Education and a contributing editor to e-flux Criticism. Dia Chelsea TURE DD/MM/YYYY e-flux Index Launch

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Play Sets: Melvin Edwards


Dia Beacon

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22/06/2024 10:30 22/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Play Sets: Melvin Edwards Event detailsSaturday, June 22, 202410:30–11:15 am Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free. Spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Explore the galleries through in-depth engagements with a single artist or artwork. Each program includes hands-on exercises that invite participants to see, think, and imagine in new ways. On June 22, Dia educators will focus on the work of Melvin Edwards. Recommended for families with children ages five and up. All families participating in the Play Sets program receive free admission to Dia Beacon for the day. For more information, please contact learning@diaart.org. Dia Beacon FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Play Sets: Melvin Edwards

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29/06/2024 00:00 29/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York A Conversation with Anne Rorimer on On Kawara, Blinky Palermo, and Lawrence Weiner Event details Saturday, June 29, 20242 pm  Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free with museum admission. Independent scholar Anne Rorimer discusses the work of On Kawara, Blinky Palermo, and Lawrence Weiner, elucidating her curatorial collaborations with the respective artists. In conversation with Dia curator Jordan Carter, Rorimer will chart her practice’s intersections with Dia’s collection, highlighting Weiner’s 5 Figures of Structure (1987), which was originally commissioned by Rorimer for the Arts Club of Chicago and is on view at Dia Beacon. The program takes place in the Gerhard Richter galleries at Dia Beacon. Anne Rorimer is an independent scholar specializing in post-1965 European and American art. She began her curatorial career in the early 1970s at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she worked until 1984. She was the co-curator, with Ann Goldstein, of 1965–1975: Reconsidering the Object of Art, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1995–96. In addition to articles for periodicals, including Artforum and October, she has written many essays for exhibition catalogs. She is the author of New Art in the 60s and 70s: Redefining Reality (2001). Rorimer lives in Chicago. Dia Beacon TURE DD/MM/YYYY A Conversation with Anne Rorimer on On Kawara, Blinky Palermo, and Lawrence Weiner

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Play Sets: Meg Webster


Dia Beacon

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29/06/2024 10:30 29/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Play Sets: Meg Webster Event detailsSaturday, June 29, 202410:30–11:15 am Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free. Spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Explore the galleries through in-depth engagements with a single artist or artwork. Each program includes hands-on exercises that invite participants to see, think, and imagine in new ways. On June 29, Dia educators will focus on the work of Meg Webster. Recommended for families with children ages five and up. All families participating in the Play Sets program receive free admission to Dia Beacon for the day. For more information, please contact learning@diaart.org. Dia Beacon FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Play Sets: Meg Webster

Tour

Recorrido público de
Delcy Morelos: El abrazo


Dia Chelsea

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29/06/2024 12:00 29/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Recorrido público de Delcy Morelos: El abrazo Detalles del eventoSábado, 29 de junio de 202412 pm Dia Chelsea537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Gratis. Se recomienda hacer reservación, pero no es obligatorio. Participe en un recorrido en español de la exposición de Delcy Morelos, la primera exposición individual de la artista en Estados Unidos. El recorrido dura aproximadamente 30 minutos. Se requiere reservación para todos los grupos de adultos y estudiantes que visiten Dia Chelsea. Para más información, contacte grouptours@diaart.org. Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Recorrido público de Delcy Morelos: El abrazo

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Public Tour of
Delcy Morelos: El abrazo


Dia Chelsea

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29/06/2024 12:30 29/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Public Tour of Delcy Morelos: El abrazo Event detailsSaturday, June 29, 202412:30 pm Dia Chelsea 537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Reservations suggested but not required.  Join a free tour of Delcy Morelos’s exhibition—the artist’s first solo presentation in the United States. Tours are approximately 30 minutes long. Advance reservations are required for all adult and student groups visiting Dia Chelsea. For more information, please contact grouptours@diaart.org. Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Public Tour of Delcy Morelos: El abrazo

Special Event

Hudson Valley Free Day


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30/06/2024 00:00 30/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Hudson Valley Free Day Event detailsSunday, June 30, 202410 am–5 pm Dia Beacon3 BeekmanBeacon, New York Hudson Valley residents receive free admission to Dia Beacon on the last Sunday of each month. The Hudson Valley encompasses the following counties: Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Sullivan, Ulster, Washington, and Westchester. To get tickets for Hudson Valley Free Day please fill out our Free Admission Request. Hudson Valley Free Days at Dia Beacon are made possible by Charlie Pohlad. Dia Beacon TURE DD/MM/YYYY Hudson Valley Free Day

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Play Sets: Robert Irwin


Dia Beacon

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30/06/2024 10:30 30/06/2024 23:45 America/New_York Play Sets: Robert Irwin Event detailsSunday, June 30, 202410:30–11:15 am Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free. Spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Explore the galleries through in-depth engagements with a single artist or artwork. Each program includes hands-on exercises that invite participants to see, think, and imagine in new ways. On June 30, Dia educators will focus on the work of Robert Irwin. Recommended for families with children ages five and up. All families participating in the Play Sets program receive free admission to Dia Beacon for the day. For more information, please contact learning@diaart.org. Dia Beacon FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Play Sets: Robert Irwin

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Public Tour of
Delcy Morelos: El abrazo


Dia Chelsea

Soil Sessions

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13/07/2024 12:30 13/07/2024 23:45 America/New_York Public Tour of Delcy Morelos: El abrazo Event detailsSaturday, July 13, 202412:30 pm Dia Chelsea 537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Reservations suggested but not required.  Join a free tour of Delcy Morelos’s exhibition—the artist’s first solo presentation in the United States. Tours are approximately 30 minutes long. Advance reservations are required for all adult and student groups visiting Dia Chelsea. For more information, please contact grouptours@diaart.org. Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Public Tour of Delcy Morelos: El abrazo

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Play Sets: Delcy Morelos


Dia Chelsea

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13/07/2024 13:30 13/07/2024 23:45 America/New_York Play Sets: Delcy Morelos Event detailsSaturday, July 13, 20241:30 pm Dia Chelsea537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Spaces are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Explore the galleries through in-depth engagements with a single artist or artwork. Each program includes hands-on exercises that invite participants to see, think, and imagine in new ways. On July 13, Dia educators will focus on the work of Delcy Morelos. Recommended for families with children ages five and up. Admission at Dia Chelsea is free for all visitors. For more information, please contact learning@diaart.org. Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Play Sets: Delcy Morelos

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Earth Sounds with Koyoltzintli


Dia Chelsea

Soil Sessions

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13/07/2024 14:30 13/07/2024 23:45 America/New_York Earth Sounds with Koyoltzintli Event detailsSaturday, July 13, 20242:30 pm Dia Chelsea 537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Spaces are limited; registration opens Monday, July 1. An artist, healer, and educator drawing on ancestral forms of knowledge, Koyoltzinli presents a sound performance where she creates and activates soil-made reconstructions of ancient instruments, reanimating their hidden language and sound. The resulting composition, evoking the sounds of birds, trees, or the Andean landscape, is an offering and a farewell to Morelos’s exhibition at Dia Chelsea. Koyoltzintli grew up on the Pacific coast and Andean mountains of Ecuador, geographies that permeate her work. In her practice, Koyoltzintli focuses on sound, ancestral technologies, ritual, and storytelling through collaborative processes and personal narratives. Her work has been exhibited at Aperture Foundation, New York; National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York; United Nations, New York; Paris Photo; and Princeton University, New Jersey. She has had solo shows at Miyako Yoshinaga in 2021 and Leila Greiche in 2023, both in New York. She has taught at California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita, as well as in the City University of New York, International Center of Photography, and School of Visual Arts in New York. Koyoltzintli was nominated for the Prix Pictet in 2019 and has received multiple awards and fellowships including those from the musée du quai Branly, Paris; New York Foundation for the Arts; and most recently, the Latinx Artist Fellowship by the US Latinx Art Forum. Her first monograph, Other Stories, was published in 2017. In 2020, her work was featured in “Native America: In Translation,” a special issue of Aperture magazine, and included in the book Latinx Photography in the United States: A Visual History by Elizabeth Ferrer, formerly a chief curator at BRIC. Koyoltzintli has performed at various institutions, among them the Brooklyn Museum; Queens Museum; Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens; Wave Hill, Bronx; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Koyoltzintli lives in New York. About the program series In conjunction with Delcy Morelos: El abrazo, Dia presents Soil Sessions, an iterative series of interdisciplinary activations, poetic responses to, discursive reflections on, and embodied engagements with earth as subject and material in Morelos’s work. These public programs, presented monthly throughout the run of the exhibition, invite sustained engagement with the commission through a variety of lenses. More information on the full program series is available here. Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Earth Sounds with Koyoltzintli

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