If You Build It

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If You Build It

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If You Build It

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If You Build It

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If You Build It

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If You Build It

Sugar Hill, Harlem! No Longer Empty has been working closely with community partners, artists, and schools to stage a site-specific exhibition in the future Sugar Hill Apartments, a new Broadway Housing Communities building designed by architect David Adjaye. [Click title for details]

Thursday, February 07 2013

Performance

Theater: The Wedding

In Collaboration with No Longer Empty's LaGuardia Performing Arts Center presents HOW MUCH DO I OWE YOU?: The Wedding.

Weddings are cultural events comprised of traditions and transactions. From bridal gowns to the wedding registry to the ceremony itself, every stage of the process is marked by various transactions. In collaboration with No Longer Empty’s exhibition at Long Island City's Clocktower, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (LPAC) presents "How Much Do I Owe You?”: The Wedding, an interactive theater experience in the gallery space that invites the audience to participate in various wedding transactions through the exchange of fake money. Conceived by LPAC Artists and Director Handan Ozbilgin, The Wedding does for the conventions of a wedding what MONOPOLY did for real estate. Buy gifts (or not) and join us for a unique wedding experience.

 

LPAC Team: Steven Hitt, Fernando Torres, Rebecca Lyne-David, April

Evans, Dana King, Alexa Campo, Denis Turkan, Michael Trahan, Handan

Ozbilgin. 

Free Admission 

MORE ON THE LAGUARDIA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Located along the number seven train in Western Queens, The LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (LPAC)presents vital high-quality programming intended to give a booming voice to the most diverse community in the world. Already a destination for internationally acclaimed music, dance, and theater acts; LPAC is quick developing into a scene for hot area talent. 
The innovative space grant program supports artists and companies from all five boroughs of NYC by providing them with space, technical assistance and administrative support. With multiple performance spaces and technical features that rival those of many theaters in Manhattan , The LaGuardia Performing Arts Center in Long Island City has found its niche within the city’s rich array of cultural resources.

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When: Thursday Feb 7, 7:30pm

Where: 29-27 41st Avenue, Queens

Subway:  Queens Plaza M, E, R

Queensboro Plaza N, Q and 7

 

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RSVP Related Exhibition:  How Much Do I Owe You?