Weekly Arts Roundup May 10–12: Dance at Triskelion, Auction for PS 34, and David Lynch at Nitehawk

Not an Ending at All at Triskelion

Dance, auctions, and film! It’s an eclectic mix of goings-on this week, Greenpointers. Enjoy your weekly roundup below.

Not an Ending at All
Triskelion Arts | 106 Calyer Street
May 10–12 | 8 PM
More info, $18 in advance or $22 at the door

Not an Ending at All is an evening-length work, exploring the homes we build for the spirits that haunt us. Inspired by the Buddhist teachings on Hungry Ghosts and a deleted scene from Fred Astaire’s “Second Chorus,” the two performers — Sarah Capua and Audrey Lane Ellis — navigate an intimate world carefully guarded by a chorus of personal apparitions in this dance performance.

A piece by Vanessa Albury — cyanotype on paper — for the auction

A Benefit Auction for P.S. 34
Online benefit | for P.S. 34, 131 Norman Avenue
Ends May 10 | 10 PM
More info, Prices vary

Support local art, and local education! Bid on works by Conor Foy, Bruce Brosnan, Jackie Battenfield, and more to aid this public elementary school, P.S. 34, in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood.

A/D/O x Sight Unseen, celebrate the collaboration

Sight Unseen
A/D/O | 29 Norman Avenue
May 10 | 7–9 PM
Follow the A/D/O Shop to RSVP

Celebrate Sight Unseen’s curatorial takeover of the A/D/O Design Shop. Browse the collection while enjoying cocktails and music.

Nitehawk hosts its Late Night Lynch, midnight screenings of famous Lynch films

Late Night Lynch, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
Nitehawk Cinema | 136 Metropolitan Avenue
May 11–12 | Midnight
More info, $12 general admission

Whether it’s the story of a college kid getting in over his head, a high school girl walking on the wild side, a saxophonist on the run, or a father facing down life with a deformed baby, the films of David Lynch all have something to say – the profound and the mundane – but in a language words can never capture. Nitehawk hosts its Late Night Lynch series: Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday and Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night arrive by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts just after 12).

Pratt shows

About Billy McEntee

Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Brooklyn Magazine, Indiewire, HowlRound, Eclectica Magazine, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.

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