An artistically revitalized property transformed into a unique printmaking ecosystem in the Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans.
The building houses a 20’ kinetic printmaking installation, a new digital and analog print shop, a rotating gallery, historic print archive, and several artist studios. The facility -- fathomed from a collaboration of 8 artists and collaborators -- offers free, participatory entertainment to the public, artist-focused programming, and a unique place of rendezvous and opportunity for artists/printmakers in the area.
THE SPIRIT OF THE ANIMALS IS IN THE WHEELS
Recycled pedicabs turned animal riders. No brakes.
Dash brought a mini-herd of animal-inspired bicycles-- designed and produced by Dave Eggers and Juan Martinez--to ATL.
We hosted an artist talk, an Inner-City Bike Ride, and displayed the bikes at Georgia Tech Campus (Oct. 26- Nov. 11, 2017) and Atlanta Contemporary (November 12-19, 2017).
A SITE-SPECIFIC ARTWORK BY SCOTT HOCKING
Opened August 21, 2017 @ Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences - Rabun, GA
A site-specific installation created at the Hambidge Creative Arts Center over the course of 5 weeks between June and August 2017.
! HAPEVILLE Gallery crawl
August 19, 2017
Samuel Hape Plaza, Hapeville, GA, 30354
A one-night gallery crawl curated by the talented artists of Brutal Studio, presented by Dash. Visual art, dance party, art installations and more!
Featured... DJ LXXX YOU, DJ Valentina Tapia, The Hapeville Story Project by Emma Yarborough & Caitlyn Reeves, Performance by Vanessa Yvonne, Playground by Sara Santamaria, Installation by Candice Greathouse + more.
CONFLUENCE + WATERYARd
PRESENTED BY DASHBOARD, IN PARTNERSHIP
WITH BEN WOLF, NIKITA GALE, BNIM ARCHITECTS
+ ADAM JONES CONSTRUCTION
West Bottoms Neighborhood- Kansas City, Missouri
1427 W 9th St, Kansas City, MO
Opened on June 7, 2017
A two-part project composed of a large-scale public sculpture & public park / gateway / pedestrian thoroughfare into Kansas City, Missouri's West Bottoms neighborhood.
This is where you'll find me
Kress on Dexter | Montgomery, AL | April 21-June 16, 2018
Presented by MongtgomeryBUILDS and Dashboard U.S.
An exhibition featuring several contemporary Alabama artists celebrating the revival of Kress on Dexter-- a new hub of inclusivity, innovation and imagination.
Presented in deference to the movements and actions of those seeking equality and justice then, now & in our bright future.
Featuring Butch Anthony, Willie Mae Brown, Thornton Dial, Sydney Foster, the quilters of Gee’s Bend, RC Hagens, Lonnie Holley, Chintia Kirana, and Michi Meko.
Arts At Oakland
@ Oakland Cemetery
Dashboard collabs with Oakland Cemetery to produce their annual art exhibition.
More coming soon.