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On June 20, 2016, GARNER President Robin Rosenberg was interviewed by Clare Sheridan on the Historical Society of Rockland County’s radio program, Crossroads of Rockland History.
“We turn our attention to the Garner Arts Center, a 19th century textile mill that has been transformed into a vibrant cultural art center in Garnerville. Robin Rosenberg, president of the Garnerville Arts Project Inc. (GAP), also known as Garner Arts Center since its founding in 2003, sheds light on this dynamic place that continues to grow and change.” Rockland County Historical Society
Anthony Haden-Guest on Garner Arts Center’s Stroke of Genius – ArtNet News, Anthony Haden-Guest, Thursday, February 25, 2016. Foxes, coyotes and raccoons survive the destruction of their habitats by exploring suburbs and cityscapes and it’s no news that New York’s beleaguered bohemians are also being desperately inventive. Detroit and Los Angeles are favored destination cities but, more locally, there has been a fresh bohemian influx into such upstate townships as Woodstock M. Henry Jones, Animating Billboard, (1997) Image: Courtesy luis-bruno.com.
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As remarked above, Carson has great natural skills and has had an active art-making and performing career ever since. The action, incidentally, was also videotaped and the video was on permanent loop at ‘The Last Party’, a show I curated back in the summer at WhiteBox, an artspace in Manhattan.
Another artist whose overdue time is coming is another New Yorker, M Henry Jones. In his fifties, Jones is no wilful provocateur, merely an artist who has stubbornly gone his own way, managing somehow or other to remain oblivious to the mores of the art world as a game system. He arrived in New York from Buffalo in 1975 with a scholarship to the School of Visual Arts and a compulsive fascination with animation.
On Saturday, May 23, 2015, 180 people from all over the world came to GARNER Arts Center to pose for a Spencer Tunick installation. American artist/photographer, Spencer Tunick, joined GARNER Arts Center in October 2013 for a two-year artist in residence program. Best known for organizing large-scale nude shoots, Tunick’s acclaimed body of work dates back to 1992. Nearly 100 temporary site-specific installations in the United States and abroad have been done since then.
The grant is the third made from the Donald Stephen Gratz Preservation Services Fund of the Preservation League of New York State. The grant to GARNER will support the cost of a conditions assessment and feasibility study for the reuse of Building 21 in the mill complex known historically as the Garner Print Works.
The I am building 35 campaign will make possible the vital transformation of building 35, a masterful 19th century industrial-era building into a stunning, new Gallery New Media Center. This project will change the way participants and observers alike will interact and experience art, culture and education in the 21st Century.Certain storms alter our physical landscape. GARNER Arts Center, and the GARNER Historic District in which we are located, experienced a devastating Hurricane which caused our Main Gallery to collapse, suspending daily operations and programming.
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