Ashni; Death Is A Business' Celebrating Death and Rebirth; Fear Not Ourselves Alone
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Run time: 7pm-9pm
National Sawdust is proud to host performance showcases for 12 recipients of the New York City Artist Corps grants from Monday, October 25 - Thursday, October 28 at 7 p.m. Announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio and Cultural Affairs Commissioner Gonzalo Casals in May 2021, the New York City Artist Corps represents a historic investment in artists by the City of New York. City Artist Corps Grants was launched in June 2021 by New York Foundation for the Arts and the Department of Cultural Affairs with support from the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) as well as Queens Theatre. The $25 million program will support artists who live and work in NYC, while giving New Yorkers opportunities to experience cultural programming across the city. The City Artist Corps Showcases are made possible by the New York City Artist Corps and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
Artists are at the heart of the NYC cultural sector which, prior to the pandemic, had a $21 billion economic impact on our city and which has been devastated since the pandemic lockdown was put in place. As New York emerges from the pandemic, art and culture are an essential component of the city’s recovery. City Artist Corps will make sure working artists are supported in their own right, and are empowered to participate fully in the overall recovery of the City.
The showcase on October 28th will feature:
ASHNI is a Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and pianist who has performed at Joe's Pub, Rockwood Music Hall, Music Hall of Williamsburg, WNYC's The Greene Space, Rough Trade, National Sawdust, and more. From her roots with Kathak, classical North Indian dance, western classical music, and jazz, she incorporates her love for pop, folk, and R&B, and envelops listeners in a reflective, cathartic dimension. She is a member of Treya Lam's trio and the Resistance Revival Chorus.
Celebrating Death and Rebirth with SONIA ERIKA and Death Is A Business, a nomadic band making music that transcends borders and connects people and communities to their story of familial migration, experience of rebirth, and belonging. Their latest release “MOTHER EARTH” was created with musicians in New York, Mexico City, Boston, and Argentina.
Fear Not Ourselves Alone is an art punk collective from Queens, New York led by JORGE IVAN VELEZ (they/them). Their songs evoke questions on how identity and nation exist within societal power structures, specifically emphasizing their intersections with race, gender, sexuality and class.