Spring-Summer 2015 Classes Registration by email or phone at 212–260–9927 Full payment deposit needed to register for any class, lesson, or workshop. Deposit is fully refundable if cancellation occurs two weeks prior to first class session, 25% cancellation fee applicable if less than two weeks notice is given before the first class session. BAXTER ST at […]
Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals for the Fall 2016 and 2017. Please note that there is a small stipend available for both curators and artists. BAXTER ST at CCNY does not provide a production budget for guest curated exhibitions. Rules: Curatorial Proposals may have up to four artists. Potential […]
Already a Member? CCNY members can manage their account by login into Wild Apricot. Workspace Memberships Although CCNY has closed its space on 37th Street, we are pleased to announce an agreement with the International Center for Photography (ICP) whereby our members can use ICP’s darkrooms. We offer two different types of Workspace Membership: Associate and Resident […]
From the Blog
This week I spoke with Kat Shannon about her ICP-Bard MFA solo thesis show You Belong Where You Are. Liz Sales: Congratulations on a wonderful thesis show! Kat Shannon Thank you so much! And thank you for coming by! L.S. Is your exhibition title, You Belong Where You Are, a nod to the book, No One Belongs Here More […]
This week I spoke with thoughtful New York City-based artist Sophie Barbasch about isolation, intimacy and family. Liz Sales: I’ve just finished reading about your recent photographic project, Fault Line, and I had some additional questions about it and your work in general. For instance, you mentioned that you collaborated on this project with your cousins. What was […]
One of New York’s oldest arts organizations, the Camera Club (CCNY) has been a home for photographers to develop their craft, providing both a working facility and collegial environment for discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Current Artists in Residence
The cinemas in “24 Frames Per Second”, are temporary shelters in a way, providing an escape from hectic daily life in Israel.
I use photo, video and performance to create immersive environments/alternative realities/fantasy fortresses in an attempt to harness and revel in desire.
Against Nature, is a body of work that investigates the subjugated history of gay men living in Nazi Germany during World War II. READ MORE
Sometimes I wish I could forget what I know and — starting from the particular — build a new system that helps me understand the universal from a new perspective. READ MORE