Partnering with FIT Summer Intern Program
Jodi Moise, Curator The Montefiore Fine Art Program and Collection
Olivia Davis, Project Manager and Assistant Curator, The Montefiore Fine Art Program
David Beach, Associate Professor of Architecture, Drury University
Alaa AlRadwan, Architect and Co-Founder, ToGo Creations
Jessica Snyder, Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center and Co-Founder, ToGo Creations
Patrick Denny, Media Specialist
Thomas Mcmanus, Professor, Fashion Institute of Technology
Joel Werring, Chair, Fine Arts Department, Fashion Institute of Technology
James Pearce, Technology Head, Fashion Institute of Technology
Joseph Irizarry, Stephanie Held, Pilot Internship Program, Fashion Institute of Technology
Tom Christopher, Painter
Alternative Space and Drive-By Gallery
Exhibits, Artists, News & Events
NYCGO.COM FEBRUARY 17, 2017 http://www.nycgo.com/articles/tattooed-new-york-nyc-tattooing-history
TIME.COM MARCH 1, 2017 http://time.com/4645964/tattoo-history/
Smithsonian.com February 28, 2017 http://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/tattoos-were-illegal-new-york-city-exhibition-180962232/ Tattooed New York On View at the New-York Historical Society until April 30th. 170 Central Park West, NY, NY 10024
The New Yorker http://www.newyorker.com/goings-on-about-town/art/tattooed-new-york
FORBES.COM JANUARY 31, 2017 https://www.forbes.com/sites/janelevere/2017/01/31/new-museum-exhibition-will-explore-300-years-of-tattooing-in-nyc-from-native-american-era-to-today/#56d355075d20
BBC.COM FEBRUARY 10, 2017 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38926595
NEW YORK POST FEBRUARY 23, 2017 http://nypost.com/2017/02/23/love-tattoos-this-exhibit-has-300-years-of-ink/
Lift Trucks Project contributes to the “Tattooed New York” exhibit at the New York Historical Society.
Lift Trucks Project contributes to the “Tattooed New York” exhibit at the New York Historical Society. ARTS & CULTURE Weird That Thomas Edison Kind Of Invented The Tattoo Gun, No? So much cooler than the electric light bulb. 12/26/2016 01:54 pm ET | Updated Dec 26, 2016 Thomas Edison is often billed as America’s greatest […]
Lift Trucks contributes pieces to this seminal exhibit exploring the history of NYC tattooers. Two early drawing by The Bowery artists; Samuel F. O’Reilly and Ed Smith. At the New York Historical Society Museum.
A century of ink: Tattoo exhibit in North Salem Michelle Falkenstein, For The Journal News A review “Of Pirates, Mermaids and True Love: 100 Years of Tattoo Art” (Sept. 21-Nov. 12)” at the Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden
The Town newspaper covered the opening of “Pirates, Mermaids and True Love: 100 Years of Tattoo Art”
Pirates, Mermaids and True Love: 100 Years of Tattoo Art, an upcoming exhibit at Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden.
Lift Trucks Project personnel mentors and works with a group of students from Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Diseno, a local art school. Work on the murals is underway, and the first mural is expected to be completed this summer. Work has begun with volunteer students from Escuela de Artes Plásticas. The young artists helped […]
James Litaker graduated the School of Visual Arts, studied the Masters in Amsterdam and brought his drawing talent and renaissance eye back to the sights and sounds of Harlem and Greenwich Village. Although still in love with the daily wonders and diversity of N.Y.C James Litaker now resides and creates in Upstate N.Y.
A conversation with Pam Hart.
How to clean up a century old piece. Removing later additions and bring back to original.
Triple Zero Drive By By Curator Pamela Hart You are viewing the fractal dimension – a meditation of shapes that repeats endlessly. These forms, called fractals, are like fun house mirrors. No matter how far you look into them, you see essentially the same thing over and over again. Artist Carl Van Brunt plays with […]
A collaboration between The Schoolhouse Theater of Croton Falls and Katonah Museum Artists’ Association, April 20th to May 31st 2015.
David Ebony, Managing Editor at Art in America Magazine visits Lift Trucks Project exhibit, The Unknowning Hand.