EVENTS

Drop in during

Bushwick Open Studios ​

Saturday, September 29, 2018
11am - 4pm

 901 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

JenJoy Roybal, artist ​ 

- Please join me -

during Bushwick Open Studios ​

Saturday, September 23, 2017
11 - 5pm

 901 Grand Street, 6-D, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Artist:  JenJoy Roybal ​  |   Featuring new works on paper

Half the proceeds from this event will go to Hurricane Relief

Mapping Bushwick

For the annual Bushwick Open Studios event, In-Case Art Projects at the Brooklyn Fireproof Building brings together 15 women artists who are presently taking active part in the neighborhood’s arts community. Besides working on their art in Bushwick, some of the participating artists take additional roles as curators, community organizers, writers, and gallerists; altogether keeping Bushwick on the map as a prominent and vital NYC arts community. 

 

Featured Artists:

Deborah Brown, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Liz Jaff, Anki King, Catherine Kirkpatrick, Deanna Lee, Ruth Liberman, Kay Sirikul Pattachote, JenJoy Roybal, Carol Salmanson, Hazel Lee Santino, Linda Schmidt, Shira Toren, Leslie Tucker, Etty Yaniv

 

Curated by:  Jaynie Gillman Crimmins and Etty Yaniv

 

Mapping Bushwick Hours:

BOS weekend

September 22 - September 24:  11am - 6pm

 

The exhibition runs from September 22 to 28, 2017.

Opening reception: 

Friday, September 22nd, 6 - 9PM

in partnership with Trans-cen-der Art Group and ADO Project.  Thanks to Brooklyn Fireproof.

 

Address: 

119 Ingraham St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

In-Case Art Projects is located at the lower level of the Brooklyn Fireproof Building  

I'm looking forward to this year's Seeking Space group show for Buswick Open Studios. It's always a blast to get together with other artists to hang a show and shoot the breeze. 

A blog about Bushwick Open Studio events that are sponsored by Arts in Bushwick, September 2017:

Review written for the Arts in Bushwick Blog, April 2017:

Review written for the Arts in Bushwick Blog, December 2016:

Review written for the Arts in Bushwick Blog, November 2016:

             

NINE ZERO ONE             PROJECT ROOM

 

during Bushwick Open Studios 

October 1-2, 2016

Studio Opened Noon - 5pm

 901 Grand Street, 6-D, Brooklyn, NY 11211

 

Featuring works by Artists:

 

Amelia Winger-Bearskin

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 JenJoy Roybal 

Please join us for a participatory performance

from 1:00pm - 2:30pm

on Saturday, October 1, 2016

 

 

 

 

(((Justice))) by Amelia Winger-Bearskin and Eamon O’Connor is a participatory performance and live-scripting project in which participants are provided with prompts which function as stage directions. Inspired by Robert’s Rules of Order and a set of common rhetorical/argumentative devices used in academic and activist meetings, these prompts guide participants through a conversation which operates in both explicit (procedural) and implicit (political, ideological, libidinal) registers.

 

(((Justice))) seeks to reproduce and re-contextualize communitarian discourses with the aim of flattening the hierarchies that govern collective conversations and allowing these unspoken regulations to become raw material for experimentation and play. This performance is inspired by Amelia’s work as an artist, activist, and academic, and Eamon’s experience working in the criminal justice system, as well as his time spent living in various intentional communities.


 

image: @NEPO

Graffiti & Street Art Tour of Bushwick

Saturday, October 1, 2016

10:30am - 11:30am

This tour will start and finish at the studio

More Information Here

SAVE THE DATE

Drop by the Nine Zero One Project Room 

during Bushwick Open Studios 

October 1-2, 2016

Noon - 5pm

 901 Grand Street, 6-D, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Artists:  Amelia Winger-BearskinJenJoy Roybal 

 2016 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

 

This year I joined the Review Team for the 2016 Buckminster Fuller Challenge. I ran the prize program from 2009-2012. The most exciting part for me back then was reading, researching and discussing the extraordinary submittals, so I'm glad to be back in the mix! You can learn more here: https://bfi.org/challenge

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NINE ZERO ONE - A SALON PROJECT

Thanks to eveyone that joined us for open studio on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
Open Studio, 11-6:
Durga Series and other paintings by JenJoy Roybal
 
Reception, 6-7
 
Play Reading, 7-8:30:
Dominant Gene by Pia Wilson

Location:
901 Grand Street, 6D
Brooklyn, New York 11211

 


About the Artists -

 

JenJoy Roybal is an artist and creative producer. She wanders the city capturing experiential imprints in photos, works on paper, paintings and video. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Masters in Urban Design from The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. She has shown in group and solo exhibitions in Chicago, Santa Fe and New York. After working across sustainable architecture, public art, socially-responsible design and impact communications – her creative interest have been redirected to the more intimate scale of paintings and drawings.

Pia Wilson is a 2015 Sundance fellow and the recipient of the 2014 Sarah Verdone Writing Award. She is a 2011 Heideman Award finalist for her short play, TURNING THE GLASS AROUND, and a semi-finalist in the 2011 Bay Area Playwrights Festival. She is a 2012-13 resident with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace program, a member of the 2008 Emerging Writers Group at The Public Theater, and a 2009 playwriting fellow with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.


About the Play -


In the distant future, Black and Asian populations are virtually extinct due to genetic manipulations, viruses, and biochemical warfare. To rehabilitate the genetic discourse of its people, the United Continent of North America has started the Minority Recovery Project. When a verified ethnic child is born, it is taken away from its white parents and placed in the Minority Recovery Project.  Pearl Halston was one of those children, and every day, her mother fights to get her back.