Credits and Thanks

Artists:

Danielle Abrams

Alina and Jeff Bliumis

Diwon

LoVid (Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus)

Levi Okunov

Alicia Jo Rabins

Melissa Shiff

Socalled

Evan Tapper

Exhibition Designers: Z-A and Studio ST,Yuteki Dozono, Nick Messerlian, Terrence Seah, Esther Sperber, Guy Zucker

Graphic Designer: Mushon Zer-Aviv, shual.com

Project Director: Andrew Ingall

Project Coordinators: Emily Casden and Joanna Montoya

Intern: Elisheva Gould

Exhibition Planning and Installation: Ruth Beesch, Al Lazarte, Julie Maguire, Dolores Pukki, Jane Rubin

Construction and Art Handling: Arnie Canarvogel, John Gasper, Mark Lesser, Amanda Mathis, Pete Pantaleo, Hiro Sato, Dan Spitzer

Interpretation: Daniel Belasco, Norman Kleeblatt, Tamar Rubin, Aviva Weintraub

Editors: Michael Sittenfeld, Jenny Werbell

Corporate Relations: Elyse Buxbaum and Leah Tseronis

Marketing and Communications: Erika Creagh, Rose Greenstein, Grace Rapkin, Maura Scanlon, Anne Scher, Alex Wittenberg

Development: Sarah Himmelfarb and Susan Wyatt

Web Design: Katharine Staelin

Event Coordination: Jennifer Mock

Stage Management: Sarah Bierenbaum

Blogger: Dan Sieradski

Special thanks to: Lawrence Balter, Oksana Baiul, Steven Balamut, Aaron Bisman, JDub Records; Tamira Cahana, Dov Charney and Anahit Pogosian, American Apparel; Nathaniel Deutsch, Danielle Durchslag, Ariel Federow, Baruch Feiler, Shulie Feler-Seidler, NYU Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life; Bob Goldfarb, Jay Michaelson, and David Stromberg, Zeek; Jordie Gerson, Peter Goldfarb, Betty Ann Grund, Rebecca Guber, Six Points Fellowship; Ikon Model Management, The Israel Office of Cultural Affairs in the USA, Ari Kelman, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Amelia Klein, Reboot; Joe Madeo, Tamara Mann Tweel, Daniel Marracino, Deanna Neil, Josh Neuman, Heeb Magazine; Jack Nieman and Rick Reder, Reiko Okusa, Hikaru Otsu, Tahl Raz and Maya Wainhaus, Jewcy; Yael Reinharz and Vardit Gross, artis; Jeffrey Shandler, Thou Shall Snack, and Christiania Vodka.

Off the Wall: Artists at Work was sponsored by Bloomberg. Additional support was provided by the Melva Bucksbaum Fund for Contemporary Art and Altria Group, Inc.

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This 2-week open studio project features 11 artists in fashion, music, performance art and video. One regular admission ticket gets you in Sunday - Thursday to watch works-in-progress, meet artists, and attend concerts, salons, runway show, poetry slam, and parties.

March 16-27, 2008
Sun-Wed 11am-5:45pm, Thu 11am-Midnight

Buy tickets
Week 1: March 16 - 20
Week 2: March 23 - 27
One regular admission gets you in all week to watch works in progress, meet artists, attend parties, and more.

The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street
New York, NY 10128

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