May 11, 2019

The Artist Co-op Happening is a new quarterly event to showcase our member’s talents. The Happening is intended to bring together art patrons of all backgrounds to meet the artists who are making things happen around New York City.

Come on out and celebrate with us while sipping on some wine and chowing down on some local grub! The six members performing range from dance, video, theater, music and more!

This event is especially important to the TAC Community, because it will be our 2 year anniversary! Don’t miss out on this unforgettable night.

Run of Show

7-8 pm Food and Cocktail Hour

8-9:30 pm Happening Performances

9:30-10:30 pm Network with the Spring Artists


General Admission = $25

Entry at 8 pm for full performance experience

VIP = $50

Entry at 7 pm with catered light bites and open bar plus the full performance experience

TAC Member Discount General Admission = $15 VIP = $35

About our Spring Artists

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Hedgepig Ensemble

This Shakespearean theater company will be performing a ten minute selection from their cabaret, "Never Doubt I Love: Songs Inspired by Shakespeare." Sung by Sara Hymes, Danielle Cohn, and Mary Candler, with Laura Mesrobian on the piano and Ron Black on bass.


Shawn Randall

Multi-disciplined and multi-talented artist, Shawn Randall, will be performing new songs and poem excerpts from his solo show, Make Believe.

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Opera Ensemble

Bringing two pieces from Mozart, Opera Ensemble will perform a trio from Così Fan Tutte, "Soave sia il vento" (“May the wind be gentle”), and a duet from Don Giovanni, "Là ci darem la mano" ("There we will give each other our hands"). Performed with Abigail Wright, Rebecca Kidnie and Adrian Rosas.

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Troy Ogilvie

Watch Troy Ogilvie's compelling feminist dissection of the tarantella, a dance inspired by a spider bite epidemic that drove women into wild hysteria in 17th century Italy.


Ballet Nepantla

Andrea Guajardo presents Ballet Nepantla, a contemporary dance company that will be performing excerpts from its new show "Valentina", a collection of stories that speak to the strength and resilience of women during Revolutionary Mexico.


Ophir Ariel

Writer and Director, Ophir Ariel presents a new comedy film,

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Ready to join the spring happening?

Tickets start at $25

Our Proud Sponsors:

If we want to keep NYC the place to be, we’ve got to keep affordable spaces alive. The only way to keep them affordable is through generous donations and partnerships with local community and organization. Want to learn more about becoming a sponsor? Please email Events@TheArtistCo-op.com and ask how you can become a sponsor!