If you’re gonna be a heathen this Holy Week (happy Easter and Passover to those of you do-gooders), might as well indulge in some of the artistic, culinary, and musical happenings around the neighborhood.
A Classical Williamsburg Eve
Groupmuse | Williamsburg (full address given to attendees only)
Wednesday, March 28 at 7:30
More info, $3 to reserve and $10+ donation to the musicans
Groupmuse — the community-building and stereotype-breaking music series — is coming to Williamsburg this week. Here’s how it works: classical music enthusiasts open up their homes, announce an event on Groupmuse’s website, and then loyal audiences look for upcoming mini-concerts in their nabes. The host for this event will welcome two violinists; if it fills up, you can always search the site for future events (or host one yourself!).
Last Call: Kombrewcha closes National Women’s Month
Egg | 138 North 8th Street
Friday, March 30 from 2–4 PM
More info, $5 ticket(/donation!)
After a month of celebrating boss ladies everywhere, Kombrewcha is closing out National Women’s Month at Egg Shop Williamsburg. Attendees are invited to kick-off the holiday weekend with a free Kombrewcha cocktail or bottle (and a few light bites!) and raise a glass to the power of women. RSVP here.
Karin Campbell’s “Sunnyside”
106 Green Art Gallery | 106 Green Street
Opening Reception on Saturday, March 31 from 6–8 PM
More info, Free
106 Green is pleased to present “Sunnyside,” a solo exhibition of new works by Karin Campbell. The exhibition will be open from March 31–April 29. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 12-5. Karin Campbell’s work exudes an ecstatic painterliness: Energetic brushwork, bright colors, and wild shapes come together in joyful and rambunctious compositions. She draws from the language of cartoons, gestural abstraction, and notebook doodles. The paintings are animated, full of movement, but balance extroverted expression with interior contemplation.
Mothership NYC | 252 Green Street
Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1 from 1–5 PM
More info, Cost? Hmm…
Books with forgotten notes, pots from a drunk purchase, potteries from the Oaxaqueño valleys… Do you have stories behind the things you own? Jue, Mothership’s artist-in-residence, has been contemplating the objects of her life over the past month and will be hosting a rooftop barter this weekend. Like a yard sale, you will find everything from silverware to original artworks. Unlike a yard sale, no monies will be exchanged at this barter.