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THIS WEEK'S BUZZ
VENUE SPOTLIGHT
  • Check out LUME Studios; a beautiful 3,400SF blank canvas in Tribeca 
EVENT HIGHLIGHT 
  • Future Fairs hosted an incredible show at West 27th St in the Starrett-Lehigh Building. 
VENUE SPOTLIGHT

LUME Studios, formerly known as 393 NYC, is a finished gallery space in Tribeca. Located at 393 Broadway, it offers clients a transformable white box with unique in-house amenities. The space features state of the art technology that allows for fully customizable environments with the touch of a button. With 16 foot ceilings, a customizable marquee, and full multimedia capabilities this space is perfect for corporate launches, retail activations, pop-ups, film screenings, fashion shows, and more. 

The main floor can be used as a modern white box space or clients can utilize the fully immersive wall to showcase content. 
READ ABOUT LUME STUDIOS HERE
The space also has (2) TV Screen Wall systems that can display any video or photo content. TV walls can be customized with video collages, images, colors, and designs.

The subfloor features The Blackout studio, a black box studio, specific for productions seeking lighting installations. With a wide variety of lighting including color changing LED’s, TV screen walls, Astera tubes, and black lights.
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ON THE RADAR 

Last week  Future Fair held it's first in person exhibition at the iconic Starrett-Lehigh Building in Chelsea. The 4 day fair took place in the 10,000 SF West 27th St event space and featured 34 international galleries across 16 collaborative and curated artist projects. Future Fair grew out of the desire to build a capsule sized exhibition for galleries who participate in a global art market. Focused on transparency and equitability, they believe that through innovative, direct collaboration with and between exhibitors we can build a stronger community that moves artists and galleries forward.

“After a year and a half postponement of the inaugural show, and pivoting into digital exhibitions, the sense of jubilation both here in New York City and within our team is bursting with energy,” said Future Fair Co-Founders Rachel Mijares Fick and Rebeca Laliberte.

READ ABOUT WEST 27TH ST HERE

THE KAGENCY

The Kagency was founded in 2004 by Karrie Goldberg and began as a venue marketing and booking agency for every event type imaginable. The agency that launched as a trusted resource for event producers and location scouts, quickly grew to include project management, talent representation and event-related media buying.

With access to over 300+ traditional and non-traditional event spaces across the U.S. and an ever-expanding roster of DJs, musicians, and artists,The Kagency is a seamless resource and a not-so-secret weapon for the event industry.
 

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