petitversailles

Le Petit Versailles is a NYC public community garden in the East Village that presents a season of events including art exhibitions, music, film/video, performance, theater, workshops and community projects from May - October. LPV is a project of Allied Productions, Inc., a non profit arts organization. http://www.alliedproductions.org

Thursday, March 09, 2006

LPVTV SERIES TRAILER

LPVTV


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ALLIED PRODUCTIONS,INC.
is pleased to announce
LPVTV
a 13 part weekly cable access TV series. March 19 - June 11 2006.

PREMIERE BROADCAST
Sunday March 19 11pm MNN Channel 56.

See a preview trailer at http://www.lpvtv.blogspot.com/

This summer Allied Productions,Inc. was awarded a New York City’s cable access provider Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) grant to produce a twelve part cable series titled LPVTV that highlights the myriad garden events occurring at Le Petit Versailles.
The series features local and visiting artists that have used the garden as platform to exhibit, enlighten, enthrall and entertain audiences on subjects and mediums ranging from preservation of public space & health to community activism and the arts.

Le Petit Versailles is an East Village NYC Department of Parks GreenThumb garden that presents film, music, poetry, performance, exhibitions and workshops.
LPVTV and garden are projects of Allied Productions,Inc. a not for profit artist run organization active on the Lower East Side of Manhattan that has produced, presented and promoted cultural activities to a worldwide community since 1981.

ALLIED PRODUCTIONS, INC.
A NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
P. O. Box 20260
Tompkins Square Station
New York, NY 10009-8971

(212) 529-8815 (212) 353-0250 FAX
info@alliedproductions.org
http://www.alliedproductions.org

4 Comments:

Blogger Ben Stock said...

Peter ! Jack ! this is huge. The TV show, too. I can see it all, people gathered in a remote locale, overcoming challenging tests, sitting on stone walls for hours, performing bodily functions in gas stations, having unmediated encounters with live foliage, fresh air and cool breezes, shoveling compost, being fed fruit and wine by queer people, and the winner[s] get to experience great acts of imagination, art, entertainment and activism, all in the company of downtown hipsters. What a concept! All the best, Ben Stock, Brainpower

2:07 PM  
Blogger LPVTV said...

Yes. This is huge! Bigger than you can guess. Wait untill you see episode 1. It will blow you away! Literally. We'll post a preview clip next week, then you'll have the 911. That's a hint.

7:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

congrats to lpvtv

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can also see the broadcast episodes on the internet. Go to www.MNN.org and follow the links to Channel 56!

1:03 PM  

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