New York’s Alright, Bad Film Fest, Collective Delusions – What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (4/15–4/21)

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

11046583_10205328279999689_3287800723280502358_oWEDNESDAY 4/15
* Sewing 101: Make a Skirt @ Brooklyn Craft Company (61 Greenpoint Ave) 6:30pm, $85, Sewing for total beginners: you’ll leave class with a finished elastic-waisted skirt, More info
♦ Collective Delusions / Mass Hysteria @ Living Gallery (1094 Broadway) 8:30pm, FREE, A group show featuring 15 female artists involved in the punk, hardcore, noise, and underground art scenes, RSVP

11053880_10153157026932052_6501049024924189590_oTHURSDAY 4/16
# Blast from the Past Dinner: Nieuw Amsterdam @ Humboldt & Jackson (434 Humboldt St) 6:30pm, $65, Travel to the 1650s, where Dutch colonists are devouring their way through the New World, for a time-travel meal, Buy tix
♦ Bad Company Punk Art Show
@ Tender Trap (66 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, FREE, A group art show to coincide with the New York’s Alright festival, including bands at midnight, RSVP
* Dragnet 3-Year Anniversary
@ Metropolitan Bar (559 Lorimer St) 11pm, FREE, Hosted by Merrie Cherry, music by DJ Jessamess and Horrorchata, shows by Crimson Kitty, Lucy Balls, Elle Emenope, and more, RSVP

minge-world_BK-show_2-2FRIDAY 4/17
* 3rd Annual Bad Film Fest
@ Cloud City (81 North 1st St) 7pm, $7, Weird, wacky, and wild short films from across NYC and the world, Buy tix
* Split Bill 
@ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St) 7:30pm, $16, Featuring BOOMERANG/Double-Edge Dance & UNA Projects, Buy tix
* Minge World Returns 
@ Big Sky Works (29 North 14th St) 8:30pm, $25, Starring Julie Atlas Muz / Miss Ekaterina / Trixie Little / Tanya Gagne, and more, More info
♫ New York’s Alright Fest
@ St. Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave) 11:45pm, $20, With Rule of Thirds / Survival / Cheena, Buy tix

516627-250SATURDAY 4/18
* Spiritual Speed-Dating: Straight Edition @ Maha Rose (97 Green St) 7pm, $30, An event for those who want to date in a conscious way with other healthy, growing people, RSVP
* Spring Movement Festival
@ Center for Performance Research (361 Manhattan Ave) 7:30pm, $10, New and previously presented work that spans dance, movement-based work, and performance art, Buy tix
♦ Tonya Harding & Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Museum Opening Gala @ Standard Toykraft (722 Metropolitan Ave) 9pm, $20, With a “TED-like” presentation from the museum’s curators, a story by a former Tonya Harding impersonator, cupcakes, and a whole lot more, Buy tix
♫ The Tinnitus Music Series @ The Wick (260 Meserole St) 8pm, $20, Pitchfork‘s Show No Mercy and Blackened Music present composers of extreme sound: Prurient / Andy Stott / Sannhet, RSVP

unnamed-4_zpsudamisyuSUNDAY 4/19
* Bust Craftacular’s Primped
@ Brooklyn Night Bazaar (165 Banker St) 11am, $5, An indie fashion, beauty, and vintage fair with vendors selling clothing, accessories, bath and beauty products, and creative food, RSVP
* Party for a Parkinson’s Cure @ The Diamond (43 Franklin St) 3pm, FREE, Support the 2015 Parkinson’s Unity Walk: the event is FREE, but any and all donations are welcome, RSVP
^ Impossible Readings
Poetry Series @ Brooklyn Safehouse (120 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Featuring readings from Other Rooms Press co-editors Ed Go and Michael Whalen, RSVP

11082241_1565858627026247_1194427502823483106_oMONDAY 4/20
^ ARRVLS Live @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St) 7pm, FREE, For the season finale of the ARRVLS podcast, explore the mystery of the most infamous skyjacking in U.S. history, RSVP
* Force Majeure Vaudeville Show @ Cobra Club (6 Wyckoff Ave) 9pm, $10, With hula-hoops, bizarre comedy, drag artistry, acrobatics, magic, and more, RSVP

99_EdpTUESDAY 4/21
Scenic Presents
@ Grand Victory (245 Grand St) 8pm, $10, With Ghost Wolves / Autodrone / Best Behavior / Deadeye Swagger, Buy tix
♫ Invertebrate Presents @ Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Ave) 8pm, $8, With Adult Mom / Understudy / Doubting Thomas Cruise Control / Radiator King, Buy tix

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
^ Literary Event

♦ Art Event
☺ Comedy Event
# Foodie Event
♥ Pheremones Likely

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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