Thank You for Visiting I-Park!
Your participation in Open Studios on July 15 made all the difference. Our seven artists-in-residence were thrilled to share their work with you and were deeply gratified by your interest and appreciation. We hope that you enjoyed engaging with their projects and process, and found time to walk I-Park’s paths between rain showers. Please join us for our August concerts and return for our next Open Studios on August 26!
You are cordially invited to join us for our
Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency Concerts

Theo Chandler Natalie Draper Michael Gilbertson Niloufar Nourbakhsh Octavio Vazquez

Witness the power and beauty of the collaborative process – new music at its finest!
I-Park’s 2018 Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency, third in the series, will culminate in two all-premieres concerts, first at I-Park and then in New York.
The two-week residency brings together the acclaimed Akropolis Reed Quintet from Detroit and five established and emerging composers, each of whom is in the process of creating a new work for this unique instrumentation. The onsite gathering, within the intimate, nurturing setting of I-Park, is a collaborative effort among the composers and the ensemble through which the works will be refined and rehearsed to an exquisite state of concert readiness.
Saturday, August 4, 7:00 pm
General Admission $20, $15 for Seniors and Students
Attendees are invited to stay on after the concert for a reception to celebrate the occasion. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
I-Park Studio B

Monday, August 6, 7:30 pm
General Admission $15, $10 for Seniors and Students
Attendees are invited to stay on after the concert for a wine and beer reception. Meet the composers and musicians   and learn more about the residency’s collaborative process!
Roulette Intermedium
509 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, New York

See What Some Of Our Recent Artists-in-Residence Have Been Up To
Thanks to Ekaterina Smirnova for the wonderful documentation of her September residency. Check out her Making Friends Forever and Melting Ice and time blogs.
Check out Imaginary Past by Hungarian artist, November artist-in-residence, Joseph Tasnadi
Check out this wonderful piece in the New York Times by November artist-in-residence Helen Betya Rubinstein.
Senbo Yang, Drifting, August 2017
Kristin Cammermeyer, Virtual Subsumption
with Converse Material Effect, 2017 Site-Responsive Art Biennale

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