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  • Goals – exhibition as resource to expand knowledge <br />
  • Goals – exhibition as resource to expand knowledge <br />
  • Impact- it covers both large and small scale impacts. <br /> Artists- sales, further collaborations, new works, <br /> Visitors- each exhibition attracts around 8k making the area a destination. <br /> Youth docents- getting involved with other local organizations (bolstering the cultural) <br /> Real Estate- Leasing the site or keeping it further active (5 out of 13 exhibitions). Here shows the launch of a bed and breakfast. <br /> Collaborating Organizations that adopt the collaborative nature, Bronx Arts Alliance <br /> Map- Economic Impact and Neighborhood Awarness of placemaking <br />

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  • 1. EMPTY AS OPPORTUNITY. @nolongerempty Talking Transitions, November 2013
  • 2. A Tale of Two Cities
  • 3. 2013 $2/student 1/28/13 2003 $65/student Source: WNYC NPR “Mayor Elect” news.
  • 4. Photo credit : Flick’R/Cameraton Cleric
  • 5. Photo credit : Flick’R/Cameraton Cleric
  • 6. MISSION Engage new audiences for contemporary art through curated, site-specific exhibitions in non-traditional locations that provide creative and challenging opportunities for artists, provide enriching cultural and educational programming, and leave a legacy in the community.
  • 7. “This Side of Paradise” (2012) opens the gates of the Andrew Freedman Home to the public.
  • 8. 1/28/13 Credit: Whitney Brown Photography
  • 9. 1/28/13 Credit: Whitney Brown Photography
  • 10. KEY ELEMENTS SITE-SPECIFICITY REVITALIZATION COLLABORATORY LEGACY REPLICABILITY
  • 11. The Andrew Freedman Home on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, site of “This Side of Paradise” (2012).
  • 12. 1/28/13 Research in preparation for The Andrew Freedman Home on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx.
  • 13. 1/28/13 BEFORE: One of the abandoned bedrooms on the upper floors of the Andrew Freedman Home.
  • 14. BEFORE: One of the abandoned bedrooms on the upper floors of the Andrew Freedman Home.
  • 15. AFTER: Daze, Further (2012) in “This Side of Paradise.”
  • 16. AFTER: How and Nosm, Reflections (2012) in “This Side of Paradise.”
  • 17. AFTER: Sylvia Plachy, (2012) in “This Side of Paradise.”
  • 18. Installation shot of ballroom, “This Side of Paradise” (2012).
  • 19. The Andrew Freedman Home on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, site of “This Side of Paradise” (2012).
  • 20. Tour with the seniors of Riverdale HebrewHomeThe Andrew Freedman Home on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, site of “This Side of Paradise” (2012).
  • 21. Y.DOT Tour of Scherzeda Garcia, 2012.
  • 22. Kids learn how to make ink drawings at a No Longer Bored program in Queens Y.Dot Youth Docent Program leads a tour of “About Face” (2011). School kids discuss artworks in the Bronx
  • 23. Concert 'Metropolis', Lower Manhattan Empanada making workshop, Bronx Site specific Modern Dance Day, Bronx No Longer Bored Children's workshop, “This Side of Paradise” (2012).
  • 24. 1/28/13 Melanie Crean in collaboration with Burak Nehbit, Theatre of the Oppressed, and BronxWorks, Once Upon a Time in the Bronx (2012) in “This Side of Paradise.”
  • 25. Sofia Maldonado, La Cocina (2012) live cooking workshop in “This Side of Paradise.”
  • 26. “This Side of Paradise”, Andrew Freedman Home, the Bronx, 2012
  • 27. Site No Longer Empty produced map of cultural anchors in the Bronx.
  • 28. LEGACY Building a legacy- from imparting a model, to launching a business to continued collaborative efforts among cultural anchors.
  • 29. WHY SUPPORT CREATIVE INTERIM USE? •INCLUSIVE OF ALL NEW YORKERS •INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING •COST EFFECTIVE & RESOURCE SHARING •PRESERVATION OF HISTORY & SITE •COLLABORATIVE & CROSSDISCIPLINARY
  • 30. NO LONGER EMPTY’s RECOMMENDATIONS 1.WE NEED MAYOR’S ENDORSEMENT FOR INITIATIVES OF THIS KIND. 2.THEY ARE COST EFFECTIVE AND INCLUSVE BUT NEED FUNDING AND INCENTIVES. 3.CARROT AND STICK APPROACH FOR VACANCIES. 1.EACH MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENT SHOULD HAVE AN ARTS PROGRAM. CROSSEFFECTIVE USE OF EMPTY SPACE AND NEW SET OF SKILL SOLVING BROUGHT TO
  • 31. THANK YOU.