MADE HERE is a documentary series devoted to the lives of performing artists based in New York City. In Season One, the series explored the issues of Creative Real Estate, Day & Night Jobs, Family Balance, Activism and Technology. In Season Two, MADE HERE explored Identity, Creative Practice, Money, Lifework, and Home. Season Three focused on Art & Commerce, Criticism, and Health. Season Four explored Gender & Sexuality, Influences and the question of Staying or Going.

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During our release, we visited every borough at least twice for a screening and public discussion moderated by a special guest. Thank you to the following venues and partner organizations for hosting: Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD), Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX), CAVE, Chocolate Factory, La Guardia Performing Arts Center, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Show Gallery, and Snug Harbor and Botanical Garden. 

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MADE HERE is nearing completion

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of the greatest actors of his generation. He was a featured artist in MADE HERE seasons 3 and 4. He was also a classmate of Kristin Marting, one of our executive producers. We send our condolences to his friends, collaborators, and family. 
In December 2013, MADE HERE completed its highly successful run. We exceeded our initial projections by producing double the number of seasons (4 instead of 2) and by reaching more than triple our expected viewership (35,000 unique viewers instead of 10,000). Although we aren’t making new episodes, the site will live on and serve as a resource for generations of performing artists to come. Please see our season finale write-up by Lizzie Simon in the Wall Street Journal and keep spreading the word.