Monday, July 14, 2008

NY1 News Reporter Shawna Ryan Interviews Cynthia von Buhler

Shawna Ryan, a NY1 News reporter, has a personal web vlog called NYC Loves... where she informally interviews Cynthia von Buhler in an utterly charming style that would never be allowed on NY1. You can watch the clip below.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Come to St. George this weekend:

The new SHOW gallery will open its doors for the first time on Friday night, June 13th, at 8PM. Join us for the gallery sign illumination ceremony and an art preview. 8PM - 10PM. The new sign will be lighted at 9PM. Champagne will flow freely.

The preview will feature paintings by Lazarus Nazario and sculptures by Cynthia von Buhler.

SHOW will be a place for all the arts. Aside from exhibits of visual art, SHOW will present performances as well as demonstrations, workshops, when it will become HOW, as we turn off the S in the sign.

The sign is visible from The Staten Island Ferry Terminal. SHOW can be reached from the ferry terminal by crossing Richmond Terrace and climbing the stairs between Borough Hall and the Courthouse. SHOW is located on Stuyvesant Place.

Also, please stop by SHOW during Art By The Ferry:

Saturday, June 14th, 11AM - 5PM
Sunday, June 15th, 11AM - 5PM
Saturday, June 21st, 11AM - 5PM

Art By The Ferry is a three day art and performance event on Staten Island. For more information on Art By The Ferry see the previous post.

SHOW, 156 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NYC, 718-442-0479

Take a tour guided (by a large bunny rabbit) through NYC artist Cynthia von Buhler's art studio in the Meatpacking district. This video was created for an Exit Art exhibition of homemade artist videos showcasing their studios. The bunny interacts with von Buhler's sculptures. Many of these interactive works are currently on exhibit at SHOW.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Art By The Ferry

The new SHOW gallery sign will be officially illuminated on Friday night, June 13th before Art By The Ferry begins.

Saturday, June 14th, Sunday June15th, and Saturday, June 21st, from 11AM and 6PM

Enjoy art, music and performances against the backdrop of the NYC skyline in 15,000 sq. ft. of indoor exhibition and performance space and outdoors at The Lighthouse Museum Esplanade adjacent to the Ferry and venues from Fishs Eddy to the Staten Island Museum garden.

Over 125 visual artists will show at Fishs Eddy, 120 Stuyvesant Place and SHOW Gallery; three artists in restaurants ("Enoteca," "Cargo Café" and "Besso"); and five artists at the "Everything Goes Café." Over 100 musicians will be playing throughout the Festival in front of various restaurants, on Bay St. and in venues near the Greenmarket and the Staten Island Museum. Spoken word performances will be at the St. George Theater and the St. George library. The Festival will also include: Native American Dance, Drum and Storytelling; break dancers; a puppet workshop; a glass studio tour; African dancers; Ballroom dancers; Day De Dada street performers; hand made crafts and book sale; Greenmarket both Saturdays and nine restaurants. Cultural guides will hand out information on both sides of the Ferry as Bagpipers entice travelers off the Ferry.

SHOW will feature artwork by Lazarus Nazario and Cynthia von Buhler.

Workshops for the arts community will be run by COAHSI at 120 Stuyvesant. Times will be posted on the web site.

Sponsors: Staten Island Cultural Community, Staten Island Council on the Arts and Humanities, Art Lab, St. George Civic Association, Casandra Realty, Gateway Realty, SHOW Gallery.

Click on the headline to visit the Art By The Ferry website.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Cynthia von Buhler on NBC News

Cynthia von Buhler was interviewed by NBC's Gabe Pressman about being an artist on Staten Island and how more artists are finding out that Staten Island is a unique place to live and work. A couple of von Buhler's paintings were featured in the clip. Gallery 6 and Staten Island painter Jenny Tango were also featured and interviewed. This clip focused on the artists who were the first to come and have been here for a long time and how they paved the way for the new crop of younger artists like Cynthia.

The clip aired on the March 18th 11PM news, Channel 4 (Tri-state area: NY, CT, NJ). It will also appear on some digital affiliates.