CALLING ALL ARTISTS: On Sunday, July 27, from 2-5pm, No Longer Empty invites art practitioners at all developmental stages to participate in 15-minute consultations with arts professionals (Hitomi Iwasaki, Manon Slome, Dexter Wimberly, Rachel Gugelberger). Get expert feedback on your portfolio and answers on how to develop a project, find resources, and research spaces in which to exhibit or perform. *Fee: $15* Buy tickets here via PayPal.
Looking for a little art to top off your Sunday after visiting our first ever Summer Market? Head on down to 56 Bogart in Bushwick. Not only is it your last chance to see Studio 10′s exhibition “When She Speaks,” but the artist himself, Rico Gatson, will be giving a talk today from 4-6 pm. Continue reading
Sunday is shaping up to be really special. You can check our sure-to-be-amazing Summer Market and then head over to Glasslands to see Melaena Cadiz perform for the release show of her great new album Deep Below Heaven. Continue reading
Can I just first say how much I love Bushwick Daily (our unofficial sister blog) and its founder Katarina Hybenova (amazing woman) and how stoked I was to find out she was co-publishing a book with Catopolis called Bushwick Nightz - short stories about Bushwick. I am proud to be holding a physical copy of this book in my hands and am excited to let you know the book launch is happening tonight at Lot 45 (411 Troutman St.) at 7pm. Tickets: $10 (includes a book) at the door and the first 75 peeps get a free glass of champagne. Continue reading
Shrug-pop sweethearts Perfect Teeth curated this week’s chill playlist — but wait! There’s more: a song premiere (!!).
Have an ear gander after the jump.
It’s an art exhibition that is named as it functions, as an oxymoron: EVERYONEONLY —a curated mural project of only twenty-three artists who were originally selected for an art exhibition at Randall’s Island for the Governors Ball Music Festival this past June. But now at Succulent Studios (67 West Street, 5th floor in Greenpoint), Continue reading
Greenpointers are going places this summer—all of the gallery places, and we’re taking you with us. Who are the people behind the lively GP art scene? How do they like their coffee? Where do they hang out? We’ve got the scoop right here. This week, we walked down a short flight of stairs at 147 India Street to Lesley Doukhowetzky’s gallery, called Yes. The door was ajar. Continue reading
Brooklyn band Landlady releases their album Upright Behavior today. To mark this occasion, they play a show tonight at Baby’s All Right. Read on for details on the event and the album. Continue reading