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Cyanotype Workshop with Maya Ciarrocchi
Hunts Point Riverside Park
As part of City of Water Day, a citywide celebration designed to foster appreciation for the importance of water around us, Wave Hill and Rocking the Boat are partnering with exhibiting artist Maya Ciarrocchi for a special drop-in workshop that takes place at Hunts Point Riverside Park. Designed for people of all ages, this workshop invites participants to make their own cyanotypes, or sun prints, an alternative photographic process using sunlight and natural materials. In addition to making cyanotypes, participants are also invited to sail on the Bronx River with professional staff through Rocking the Boat.
This program takes place off-site at Rocking the Boat, located in Hunts Point Riverside Park at Lafayette Avenue & Edgewater Road in the Bronx. The street address is 1409 Lafayette Ave, Bronx, NY 10474. All materials will be provided by Wave Hill and Rocking the Boat.
This program is held in conjunction with Maya Ciarrocchi's exhibition Muscota, Mosholu, Tibbetts Brook, on view in Wave Hill House from July 26 to December 11, 2022.
Registration is not required for this off-site, drop-in event.
Questions? Please email us at email@example.com or call 718.549.3200 x25
Maya Ciarrocchi is a Bronx-based interdisciplinary artist working across media in drawing, printmaking, video and performance. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and in such New York City venues as Abrons Arts Center, Anthology Film Archives, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, The Chocolate Factory, Equity Gallery, Kinescope Gallery, Microscope Gallery and Smack Mellon, among others. She has received residencies and fellowships from the Baryshnikov Arts Center, Bronx Museum of the Arts, LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, MacDowell, Millay Arts, New York Artists Equity, UCross and Wave Hill. Her projects have received funding from the Bay and Paul Foundation, Bronx Council on the Arts, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Jerome Foundation, Mertz Gilmore, Franklin Furnace Fund and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. Ciarrocchi earned an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, and a BFA from SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY.
Photo: Joanna Eldredge Morrissey