Greenpoint Film Festival, Rock the Pulaski, Animamus Art Salon – What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (9/17–9/23)

There are more events in our weekly calendarSubmit Greenpoint events, too!

* War Correspondents @ Brooklyn Brewery (79 North 11th St) 7:30pm, $25, New Yorker staff writer Philip Gourevitch will be interviewed by Brooklyn Brewery founder and former AP Middle East correspondent Steve Hindy, More info
* Wunderkind Trivia Night 
@ Verboten (54 North 11th St) 8pm, FREE, A heated, team-based battle of wits that will test both your brain and your liver with challenging questions and cool prizes, More info

♦ “Self Distributed” Opens @ Brouwerij Lanes (78 Greenpoint Ave) 7pm, FREE, Matt Coats’ solo show featuring the brewers of New York City craft beer who self distribute, More info
☺Split Personality
 @ Over the Eight (594 Union Ave) 7:30, FREE, Audience members perform a 5-minute true story or a set of sketch characters/impressions, More info
* Ridgewood Variety Show @ Queens Tavern (6869 Fresh Pond Rd) 9:30pm, FREE, With Morgan Pielli / Pinkwing / Gemini Blitz / Elsa Waithe, RSVP

Living Los Sures Shorts on the Lawn
 @ Havemeyer Park (South 4th & Kent Ave) 7pm, FREE, UnionDocs and El Puente present a collection of short documentaries from Living Los Sures, an expansive documentary project about the Southside of Willamsburg, More info
* Late Bloomers Volume 2: Summer @ 7 Dunham, 7pm, $20 suggested, A charity event with live music and art presented by the Late Bloomers, More info 
♦ Greenpoint Film Festival
 @ Wythe Hotel (80 Wythe Ave) 8pm, $10, Short films curated by the North Brooklyn Boat Club, Buy tix
* Dreamscapes @ The Muse (32D South 1st St) 8pm, $20, Above & Beyond Dance incorporates dynamic stilt dancing, aerial artistry, and dance theater choreography in six otherworldly vignettes, Buy tix

* Greenpoint: The Transition Block Party @ Leonard St btw Norman Ave & Meserole Ave, 11am, FREE, Celebrate Greenpoint, highlight its Polish identity, integrate old and new inhabitants, and say farewell to summer, More info
♫ Trumpet City
 @ Meeker Ave, 3pm, FREE, A 60-minute live-installation of 18 trumpets performing outdoors in a public space, More info
♫ 3rd Annual Rock the Pulaski @ North Brooklyn Boat Club (49 Ash St) 6pm, $5, With Hungry March Band / Red Bedlam / Free Advice / The Alex Mallet Band / The Time Travelers, RSVP
Slapstick Under the Stars @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave) 7:30pm, $10, Celebrate the forgotten clowns of American cinema with eight rare silent comedies, many not seen since their original release a century ago, RSVP

# Fall Equinox Breakfast @ The Diamond (43 Franklin St) 10am, FREE, Celebrate the start of fall with some pancakes and pumpkin pie, More info
♫ Heart Phoenix: The Dust-Up @ The Foundation (262 Richardson St) 2pm, $20, With Josh Vincent / The Golden Pony / Yentalbeats / David Hohme, Buy tix
* Damaged Copy: Preserving Artworks & Their Stories @ Booklyn (37 Greenpoint Ave, Suite E4G) 2pm, $25, An introduction to conservation methods for artists and collectors, with an emphasis on works on paper, More info
* Animamus Art Salon @ Brooklyn Fire Proof (119 Ingraham St) 7:00pm, $10 suggested, Artistic presentations of photography, music, modern technology, installations and more, RSVP

♫ Courtship Ritual @ Baby’s All Right (146 Broadway) 8pm, FREE, With Jerry Paper / Mister Small / Dinner + Kris/DFA, RSVP
♦ Arts in Bushwick Fall Mixer @ Brooklyn Fire Proof (119 Ingraham St) 7pm, FREE, Meet the core team of Arts in Bushwick organizers and your neighbors to learn about opportunities to get involved, RSVP

* Tomboy @ Word (126 Franklin St) Liz Prince and Ariel Schrag discuss gender identity and their latest works, RSVP
Live Drawing Performance @ The Living Gallery (1094 Broadway) 8:30pm, FREE, Arrington de Dionyso will complete of a new body of work, with musical accompaniment by Gene Janas, RSVP

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
♥ Pheremones Likely
♦ Art Event
☺Comedy Event
# Foodie Event

About Oriana

Oriana is a writer, editor, and hipstorian [sic] who is kind of obsessed with Brooklyn. She is the author of "Brooklyn Spaces: 50 Hubs of Culture & Creativity" (Monacelli, 2015) and creatrix of the website of the same name. She is the events editor for Brokelyn, QNS, and Greenpointers, and her writing has appeared on Slate, Atlas Obscura, New York Post, Matador, Hyperallergic, Gothamist, Curbed, Brooklyn Magazine, Brooklyn Based, and more. Follow her at @orianabklyn.

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