THREADS THAT BIND: BORO-LINC COMMUNITY ARTIST EXHIBIT
Open: 7/13 to 8/25 | Monday to Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM (closed Sunday |FREE and open to the public
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
As the final event of Lincoln Center’s Boro-Linc Manhattan series,Manny Cantor Center is proud to present a display of work by our Lincoln Center Resident Artist, Cozbi Cabrera. Our Community Quilt, on view in the Jewish Communal Fund Gallery (MCC Lobby), is the culminating artwork of a series of intergenerational community quilting workshops with Cozbi that explored personal history, family and community, answering questions like: where do we come from? Who came before us? The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery (M FL) display includes paintings from Cozbi’s children’s book, Stitchin’ And Pullin’: A Gees Bend Quilt, and a collection of heirloom dolls similar to those made by guests during our spring Lincoln Center events, created as heirlooms for safekeeping for another generation.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Cozbi Cabrera is a New York City-based artist who walked away from a successful career as an art director at Sony Music to “discover, create and share pockets of grace and beauty.” Trained as an art director, this Parsons School of Design grad left her dream job make handmade collectible cloth dolls (Muñecas) in honor of her Honduran heritage. Her creations have taken on many forms including painting, clothing, illustrating, and writing several books for children as well as doll-making. Her dolls have been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Martha Stewart Living, and many US networks.
Learn more about Boro-Linc here.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council