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Institutional Partners

Knockdown Center

place52-19 Flushing Ave, Flushing, NY 11378

Knockdown Center is a Clocktower curatorial partner, co-producing and co-presenting visual arts, performance, and music projects. Built in 1903, Knockdown Center is a 50,000 sq. ft restored factory uniquely situated on a gated three-acre lot. A labyrinthine arrangement of brick, steel and heavy timber with ceiling heights reaching over 40 ft and adjoining rooms ranging from intimate to epic scales. Knockdown Center takes its name from the Knock-Down Door Buck, or K-D door frame, invented on-site by Samuel Sklar, and filed with the US Patent Office on July 30, 1956. A seemingly simple modification to the then accepted one piece steel door frame, Sklar's three-piece frame could be shipped in pieces --or "knocked down" -- and easily slipped over an existing wall. Single-handedly revolutionizing the building industry by allowing the builder to construct walls without having to wait for door frames to be installed, Sklar's invention drove manufacturing at Knockdown for three generations. It is in this spirit that Knockdown Center strives to create an adaptable environment that thinks beyond what "is". Open Saturday and Sunday, 12pm - 6pm, or by appointment. more

Pioneer Works

place159 Pioneer Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Pioneer Works is a program partner, and home to Clocktower Radio's recording studio, as part of a year-long institutional residency. Pioneer Works is an institution dedicated to the synthesis, creation and discussion of art, science and education. Located in the former Pioneer Ironworks in Red Hook, Brooklyn the center houses exhibitions, educational programming, art and science residencies as well as an imprint for a variety of publications. Our diverse programming is designed to support cultural innovators and engage our community in productive dialogues. Pioneer Works is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization. In order to nurture and support arts and culture, we need you! Make a charitable, tax-deductible donation through pioneerworks.org/give and help make Pioneer Works a social hub for the inception and dissemination of art and ideas. The main exhibition space and arts and science residencies are open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 11:00 – 6:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday from 12:00 – 6:00 pm. Tours are available upon request. more

Playland Motel

place97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd Rockaway Beach, NY 11693

Playland Motel is a Clocktower curatorial partner, co-producing and co-presenting visual arts, performance, and music projects. Playland Motel is a lifestyle brand with emphasis on collaboration, restoration and sustainability. This direction is demonstrated in the room restoration. The team have restored the bones of this early 19th Century building using materials of its age including reclaimed Virginian barn wood and local reclaimed Church materials. Playland has engaged 12 prominent designers and artists to curate individual rooms in their own aesthetic. This innovative idea has drawn talent from internationally known local artist Pat Conlon, to rising New York artist Fede Saenz. Each season, inspiring artists and designers will be given the opportunity to work on a room for the new upcoming seasons. Music is central to the Playland experience. Imagine the perfect summer mix tape compiled by some of the world’s best musical talent. DJs and live acts will weave a unique mix of balearic disco, surf rock, and cutting edge laid-back electronic music. Original programming curated with some of NYC’s best indie labels will be showcased throughout the summer. Music content will feature prominently on the Playland website and social media platforms via live performance streams and a curated music blog. more

Jones Day

place222 East 41st Street, 22nd Floor, New York NY 10017

Jones Day is a program partner, and home to Clocktower Productions' administrative headquarters. Jones Day was founded in 1893, and is today one of the largest law firms in the world, with over 2400 lawyers and offices in 38 cities throughout the world. Jones Day acts as principal outside counsel to, or provides significant legal representation for, more than half of the Fortune500 companies and serves privately held companies, financial institutions, investment firms, health care providers, retail chains, foundations, educational institutions, and individuals. Jones Day has a long history of, and commitment to, pro bono work, public service, and community involvement in all of our locations around the world. The Firm has made a particular effort to secure the rights of individuals to affordable and decent housing and to advance the rights of children with respect to education. We also provide critical services to nonprofit organizations worldwide that are committed to making a difference in areas such as economic development, women's rights, health care, and the protection of children. more

Times Square Arts

place669 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036

Times Square Arts is a Clocktower program partner, and co-producer of After Hours, a series of ephemeral installations and performances hidden amongst the Times Square district’s diverse venues, recorded for radio and video dissemination. Taking advantage of the twilight moment before midnight, and a surreal array of different settings nestled throughout the Times Square area, the Times Square Alliance and Clocktower come together to offer tantalizing glimpses of these spaces as creative catalysts. Pairing musicians and artists with each of these unique contexts, the artists create work specifically designed to draw on the neighborhood's history as a social and artistic melting pot. Times Square Arts collaborates with contemporary artists to experiment and engage with one of the world's most iconic urban places. more