In Circle with: Manxs Americanxs
Manxs Americanxs

During 6 weeks, Manxs Americanxs will activate 340 E 64th St. as a place of joint creation and growth, intertwining artistic disciplines (artists, curators, arts administrators, art historians, journalists) and opening the space to audiences and the general public. Manxs Americanxs would like to create encounters with audiences and other arts practitioners and invite them to engage in the processes through conversations, activations, collaborations, encounters, and a series of events that aim to connect us further. Manxs Americanxs as collective will embark on an exploration process led by the interests and concerns of each member.

One of the main questions will be to explore how Manxs Americanxs as immigrants and first-generation women identified Latinx working in the arts, can create new/safe spaces for others. The exploration process will be supported by Materials For The Arts (MFTA) not only as a source of materials but also as a supporting ally in re-thinking materials’ power and ability to transform. These explorations will be braided with opportunities to celebrate between Manxs Americanxs and with others, with an aim to expand the creative energy in acknowledgment of the process, results, and its rippling effects. We hope that these shared experiences will serve as new beginnings for encounters, friendships, collaborations, connections, and an expanded community.

For more information on Manxs Americanxs, visit their website.

About the Artists 

Bel Falleiros (Founder)

Joiri Minaya (DR – Artist)

Renata Cruz (Brazil- Artist)

Koyozintli (Ecuador- Artist)

Lina Puerta (US/Colombia- Artist)

Tatiana Arocha (Colombia – Artist)

Niceli Portugal (Peru- Artist)

Elizabeth Velasquez (Peru/PR-Artist)

Elisa Gutierrez (Mexico- Curator)

Monica Espinel ( Colombia/ Brazil- Curator)

Cynthia Santos (Mexico- Artist)

Eva Mayhabal ( Mexico- Artist/Curator)

Paola Francisquini( DR/US- Art Administrator)

Monica Palma (Mexico- Artist)

Carla Machiavello ( Chile- Art historian) 

Dianne Hebbert (Nicaragua- Artist)

Leticia Eboli

Gianina Enriquez

Stephanie Mulcock

Open hours
Friday: 2 pm - 8 pm
Saturday: 12 pm - 7 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 7 pm
Soft Opening
May 3, 2024 4:00pm-7:00pm
Assembled Sculpture Family Workshop: Malaguas
May 4, 2024 12:00pm-2:00pm
Painting Family Workshop
May 11, 2024 12:00pm-2:00pm
Healing Family Workshop: Mugwort Agua Florida with Elizabeth Velasquez
May 11, 2024 2:00pm-4:00pm
Documentary Screening and Booklet Presentation Códices de Huichapan with Cinthya Santos Briones
May 12, 2024 4:00pm-6:00pm
Film Screening: "My grandma Had a Videocamera" and Q&A with Director Tania Cypriano and Curator Monica Espinel
May 19, 2024 5:00pm-7:00pm
Closing Reception
Jun 7, 2024 4:00pm-7:00pm
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