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Every month The Living Gallery features an artist for a one night only solo exhibition!
Over one hundred ink paintings by Onur Tukel, affordably priced for the distressed and destitute.
About Dubl Handi
Dubl Handi is guy/girl team Hilary Hawke and Brian Geltner named after the Washboard company from the 1800′s. Dubl Handi is pronounced like, Double Handy, just spelled different. In the tradition of folk music around the world rhythmic groove is a pervasive thread. Dubl Handi uses percussion, drums, and banjo to play songs from appalachian region of the Northeast States.
About The Lonesome Trio
THE LONESOME TRIO
Genre: Kinda Lonesome
Ed Helms – vocals, guitar, banjo
Ian Riggs – vocals, bass
Jacob Tilove – vocals, mandolin
Twenty years ago, in the rolling plains of northern Ohio, a strange and fortuitous gathering occurred. Ed Helms, Ian Riggs, and Jacob Tilove, then students at Oberlin College, were drawn together by a mutual love of fine whiskey and bluegrass. In short order, music was happening. With Riggs on bass, Helms on guitar, Tilove on mandolin and all three melodically shouting, a distinctive musical voice took shape.
International arts organization RAW will host its monthly Brooklyn artists showcase, Communiqué, Thursday, July 24 at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. Part art fair, part concert and everything in between, the event will celebrate the work of more than 50 artists, from runway and short film presentations to photography and visual art exhibits.
Hosted by television personality Jeremy Hassell, live musical performances will be provided by indie/soul rock group (i am) isis, composer/percussionist Ivonne Peredes and singer/songwriter Geminelle. DJ Robert Lux will serve as the evening’s official deejay.
RAW:natural born artists’ produces similar showcases in more than 70 locations in the United States, Australia, Canada and the UK. Through these monthly showcases, it works to create a worldwide platform for local artists to advance their careers while entertaining event-goers.
Communiqué takes place July 24, 2014, from 8:00pm to 12am at Brooklyn Night Bazaar, located at 165 Banker Street in Brooklyn, NY. Advanced tickets are $15; $20 at the door. The event is 21+, cash only bar. To purchase advanced tickets or for more information, visit http://www.rawartists.org/brooklyn/communique. Please be sure to select the artist you’re supporting.
Family Fun for Everyone events are an exciting opportunity for families to come together for a fun, social and enriching experience. These events feature a supervised open play, open art, and a pizza meal for children.
On view from July 25th through August 17th 2014, Hot Wood Arts Gallery presents Clear and Present Danger featuring Claire Lieberman’s “Ice Guns” series in a duo show with Jason Maas.
Join us on July 25th for an opening reception at Red Hook’s Hot Wood Arts Gallery from 6 – 11 pm to discover art that is both dangerous and beautiful. Plus live music by The Judy Blooms and a performance piece by Maiko Kikucki.
“Ice Guns” is a series of glass sculptures rendered in transparent, colored or sparkling blown and hot-sculpted glass. “Traversing a range from realistic and lethal-looking to childlike ray-gun fantasies, [Lieberman’s Ice Guns] make us question our illusions of childhood’s playful innocence by reminding us of the child’s all too real fascination with violence.” explains art historian and critic, Howard Risatti. Jason Maas’s large-scale graphite and charcoal drawings explore how we view journalistic images of social unrest that proliferate in the media.
Claire Lieberman holds a BFA from Tufts University and an MFA from Pratt Institute. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including: The LAB, The Sculpture Center, and the Chelsea Art Museum, International Print Center in NYC; Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta; Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale; PDX, Portland, NY; Maier Museum of Art, Virginia; and Seoul Art Center, Korea. Lieberman’s work has been published in NY Arts, ARTnews, Sculpture, the New York Times, Village Voice, Art On Paper, Art Papers, and numerous exhibition catalogs, and in Camouflage, by Tim Newark (Thames and Hudson). Lieberman lives and works in New York and Chicago.
Jason Maas lives and works in Brooklyn NY. He holds a BA from the University of Delaware, a MAT from Manhattan Collage, and a MFA from The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Maas has exhibited at various galleries and museums including: Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Brooklyn Art Council Gallery, New York National Arts Club, Amilas Gallery (London), and Lyons Wier Gallery. Maas is also the founder of The Artists Volunteer Center, a center that promotes volunteerism by artists and the creation of artwork from those actions.
Hot Woods Arts is a 7,000-square-foot space inside the Civil-War-era Beard Street Warehouse building in Red Hook, Brooklyn. It contains 16 artist workspaces, a shared work area with tools and other equipment, an art gallery, and a stage for performances. Each studio is fitted with a glass door, so artists can curate the visible portion of their studios as they see fit, as if they had an ongoing, year-round gallery show.
Opening Reception: July 25, 6 – 11 pm
481 van Brunt, #9B 2nd Floor, Brooklyn
(F/G train to Smith & 9th St, then B61 bus; Weekend Ferry to Fairway from Wall St)
On view through August 17th, 2014
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm
Held every Friday 6:00-8:00pm, pajama parties are a one-of-a-kind thematic “after hours” celebration for children 2.5 – 8 years featuring gym exploration, art, story, cooking, games, relays, and more. All parties culminate in a disco dance party, and dinner is provided.
July 25th. Brooklyn, NY – Destination Moon, invites you to an evening of music and art to enliven your mid-summer swing. Get down with Three-o Huxtable (the Jerseyband Saxophones); rock with Big Tusk, Underground River, Jack and Eliza and finish your night raging to the groove of DJ Casey Skodnek.
Projection mapping by John Backstrom and Devin Tanchum, sculpture and interactive work by Andrea Garcia and Jhanna Kosicki and 2D work by Shannon Finnegan, Allison Wall, Anthony Schwartz And Jody Joyner.
Party hard with awesome music and engaging art at Littlefield, one of Brooklyn’s coolest eco-friendly venues.
Doors at 7:30, Music until 2am.
$10 in advance, $15 at the door.
622 Degraw st. Brooklyn. NY
About The Four oclock Flowers
Members Samoa Wilson & Ernie Vega play Blues, Gospel, Folk & more
About Mamie Minch and Tamar Korn
“Mamie Minch and Tamar Korn- new and vintage, breaking and classic. The combination of Mamie’s rhythmic guitar and vocal prowess with Tamar’s supernatural vocal timbre is an unmatched combo!”
The participants of The Amazing Coney Island Scavenger Hunt solve puzzling clues and tackle exciting obstacles in a race across this awesome Brooklyn neighborhood. Participants are tested both mentally and physically as they complete fun and amusing tasks. And, because this hunt is about Coney Island, be prepared to learn all kinds of fun facts and visit cool destinations here.
Each member of the winning team receives a New York City gift package which may include tickets to The Big Quiz Thing, The Running Late Show and Quiet Events, classes at StripXpertease and Babeland, goodies from Pasticceria Bruno and big discounts from Fluent City and more!
If you think a full-sized bollard makes the perfect doorstop, or that a collection of shackles is the centerpiece your table is lacking, or you just need turnbuckles (you know who you are), we have an event for you!
PortSide NewYork has three tractor-trailers filled with industrial marine objects, and everything must go.
Riggers and marine operators, this is real working hardware of industrial scale.
Strong enough to use or to make a powerful design statement.
More at portesidenewyork.org