Cate Dingley

Ezy Ryders to be in pop-up show, opening October 20th
Location: New York City, New York
Nationality: American
Biography: CATE DINGLEY (b. 1989) is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2018, Cate was selected by Magenta Flash Forward as one of the 100 international emerging photographers and in 2017, Cate was listed by TIME as one of the 34 female photographers... read on
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Ezy Ryders to be in pop-up show, opening October 20th
cate dingley
Oct 2, 2016
Select photographs from Ezy Ryders will be shown in an exhibition opening on October 20th!

Brooklyn Arts Council's Creative Coalitions program and Brooklyn Born are transforming an East New York storefront into a vibrant art space. What Grows in East New York showcases East New York's locally-inspired visual art and its vibrant arts and culture community. Curated by Krista Saunders Scenna, Co-Founder of Ground Floor Gallery and the Director of Programs and Communications at Art Connects New York, the pop-up gallery will feature works of art that illustrate the culture of East New York and that explore each artist's relationship with the neighborhood. 

Please join us for the reception!

Thursday, October 20, 2016 5-8pm

522 Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11207
L to Sutter Ave
2/3/4/5 to Pennsylvania Ave


Krista Saunders Scenna is an independent curator based in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked for the ICA in Philadelphia, the Queens Museum, the Whitney Museum of Art and New Museum in various capacities. Scenna was a 2010-11 Lori Ledis Curatorial Fellow. In addition to exhibitions at BRIC, NURTUREart and Lesley Heller Workspace, her curatorial portfolio also includes site-specific exhibitions in alternative forums such The Old Stone House, Vax Moto motorcycle garage, the DUMBO Arts Festival and SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2015. Scenna also advises emerging artists as the co-founder and director of Ground Floor Gallery in Park Slope, Brooklyn – a young gallery that connects underrepresented, local artists with new art buyers.

Since its inception in 2012, BAC's Creative Coalitions program has worked to mitigate the impact of displacement in East Brooklyn communities, and as a result of these efforts, longtime residents of East New York have been empowered to make positive, lasting changes within their respective neighborhoods through arts and cultural programming that speaks to their needs and aspirations. Uniting artists, local businesses, arts and culture organizations, community groups, and residents interested in expanding arts and culture within their communities, BAC's Creative Coalitions program engages a "boots on the ground" approach to building homegrown capacity and to providing technical assistance to neighborhood coalitions and their members so that neighborhoods can realize their potential for creating cultural vibrancy.


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