Studio 522 showcases the works of emerging female artists. The rotating exhibits include contemporary art, theatrical renderings, set design, costume design and more.
The Edge of Glamour is not only about the double-standards of female identity, but also about challenging what institutions expect or deem as unacademic art, and questioning what constitutes “valuable” subject matter.
Kathleen Doyle is a theater artist who designs, directs and builds. Her designs have been seen from Alaska to Hawai'i, Brazil to South Korea, as well as Walt Disney World and right here in NYC at New York City Center and Lincoln Center. Checkout Kathleen's video's below.
Checkout our past exhibits featuring William Dean Reynolds, Maria Lynch, Rudy Cremonini, Reuven IsraelArianna Carossa, William Corvin, Tamar Ettun, Jamie Diamond, Andrew Ross, Elisabeth Smolarz and more.
The Open Stage Project exposes young women to careers in the backstage arts and introduces them to female professionals working in these fields so that they gain knowledge and develop. mentoring relationships