CultureHub is an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology. We connect artists from diverse disciplines and cultures and provide them with environments in which to collaborate, experiment and explore. We serve local and global communities by providing an open space for creative research, artistic exchange and learning. CultureHub was founded in 2009 in partnership with La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in New York City and the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea.
Saturday, October 10 at 6PM
General Admission $15 / Artist and Students $5 - RSVP
The Downstairs at La MaMa
66 East 4th Street
The wildly popular ArtCade returns to CultureHub this fall! Davis Cox of This Near Future hosts a refreshingly curated celebration that demonstrates that the arcade isn't an outdated idea, while also serving as an interactive gallery of digital art. Come check out what independent video game artists are making for diverse audiences of all levels – gamers and newbies welcome!
Visions of the Future with Hyphen Hub
Friday, October 23 at 8PM
General Admission $15 / Artists and Students $5 - RSVP
The Downstairs at La MaMA
66 East 4th Street
A showcase of new media art and performance focused on audio-visual interpretations of the future. The night will feature a concert from space, hand made synthesizers, solar flares, and a 12 headed multimedia creature. Hyphen Hub is a creative engine to explore and provoke radical new visions of the future through the integration of art, technology, and business. Find out more at hyphenhub.com.
Q.U.A.T. Brunch / Analog Radio & FM Transmitter Workshop
Sunday, October 25th at 12PM - Tickets available soon.
Get your pirate radio on, building transmitters to broadcast your voice to nearby tuned radios. We will work with soldering irons and small circuit boards, developing an understanding of analog radio technology and frequency, as well as the use of community-based FM radio in social action. It’s a hands-on class that puts technology in the context of history, power, and the politics of speech. This workshop requires no previous knowledge and everyone leaves with their own FM radio transmitter!
Instructors: Kat Cass, Cassie Wagler
Improvised Electronics Round Robin: Dark Circuits II
Sunday, November 8th at 8pm - RSVP
The Improvised Electronics Round Robin is a live audiovisual concert by tool builders, artists, and engineers. The performers will play short interlocking sets and then perform the Dark Circuits Light Orchestra score by electronic composer Hans Tammen.
Featuring: Gocha Tzinadse, Sofy Yuditskaya, Josh Goldberg, Brendan Byrne, Alex Nathanson, Nick Fox Gieg, Jeff Donaldson, Gene Kogan, Michael Richison, Jonas Bers, Phil Stearns, Eric Barry Drasin, Jay Sherman, Nick Byrzinsky
CultureHub is located at:
47 Great Jones St
New York, NY 10012