Artist Lionel Cruet from Puerto Rico works with multimedia materials to recreate spaces, scenarios, memories, and experiences. He uses imagery and sites of the natural world to understand the complex and interconnected realities in which we all live. Tune into this conversation with Lionel at his South Bronx studio to hear him talk about his work, conceptual framework, and creative process.
Meet Malik Azez: painter, musician, filmmaker, photographer, and artist-in-residence at Spaceworks Gowanus through our partner Nfinit Foundation Arts.
Tegan Broznya Roberts, Visual Artist and mother of 2, talks about the importance of having a place to make art close to where she lives.
Learn about theater director Anna Schultz’ collaborative process with Anisette Silhouette.
Sylvia was born in South Williamsburg and grew up visiting the Williamsburgh Library. She’s seen the neighborhood change, but it has always been her family’s home…
They needed a consistent space to hold classes in this Afro-Brazilian martial art form, which combines elements of dance, music, and acrobatics…
When artists in New York City have space to call their own, they thrive. For EB Rebel, this means writing songs in a quiet environment and collaborating with other artists…
For ilê de palmares, playing Capoeira is all about building a harmonious community while giving homage to what has happened before.
Panambi Vera’s Iliana Gauto shares her story of carrying on her mother’s legacy and maintaining Paraguayan culture here in the U.S.
Mujeres, The Magic, The Movement, and The Muse was created by Peggy Robles-Alvarado as part of the Spaceworks Bronx Community Artist Grant program.