September 18, 2013 from 5:30pm-7:00pm
at The Living Gallery
Join us for this amazing workshop presented
by the Brooklyn Public Library and the Brooklyn Arts Council!
- The interview process from the hiring manager’s point of view, including blogs with useful information
- How to prepare for your interview
- Tips for interview success
- What to do immediately after the interview
- Following up after the interview
- How to turn a rejection into a future opportunity
- What is networking and how it can be an effective way to find a job
- The “hidden” job market and how networking can help you discover these jobs
- Online and offline resources for networking such as professional organizations, LinkedIn, Meetup, alumni networks and pounding the pavement
Saturday, September 14, 2013
from 12pm to 2pm!
Session for beginners learning the basics in FreeStyle House with
Details in african, capoeira, lofting, footwork with
the first 20 mins in stretching and warming up the muscles.
A retrospective of collage art from 2010-2013.
September 13, 2013 from 6:00pm-11:00pm
at The Living Gallery
- $3 suggested donation
- Free beverages and collage prints
- Weird performances & sexual projections
- DJ Peter Fonda AKA Ratfoot
- Nude body-painted model
My work comes from a mind with absolutely no formal art training or technique. These pieces are a rumination upon the subject that interests me most; sex. It began as a teenage hobby, cutting and pasting landscapes and objects into new images, until I got my hands on my first 1960s era soft core porn, eventually leading to the collection of every smut magazine from every era. This set me at odds with many people such as my mother, past roommates, extended family, and potential employers, but it also happened to charm just as many people as it offended.
With a BS in Psychology, I have found the social impact of my porn-art just as intriguing as the responses of those mainly concerned with aesthetics. Sexual relationships as well as an open mind to the concept of sex itself are vital elements to happiness in life.
~ Zoo Lion
Zoo Lion presents Aesthetic Porn not to fetishize or arouse,
but to celebrate the beauty and abundance of sex culture.
This event is all ages, but please keep in mind that there will be images
containing full nudity, pornographic material, and other potentially sensitive content.
Here are photos from the BYO Art Reception on Friday, September 6, 2013.
The artwork is on display until Thursday, September 12, 2013.
September 12, 2013 from 7:00pm-10:00pm
“Come out and celebrate emerging artists from all backgrounds
who will wow and amaze you with their talents.”
There will be live music, fashion, illustration, photography, and more!
This event is not sponsored or managed by The Living Gallery.
For more information, please email Richard Galvin: email@example.com
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Join us Tuesday nights at Brooklyn’s sacred space for independent artistic expression.
This yoga class is open to all levels, there is no experience required.
With calming breathing practices, and a dynamic vinyasa flow
the sequence ranges from moderate to intermediate.
All classes end with a short meditation practice.
Get OUT, to go IN
“The art of living… is neither careless drifting on the one hand
nor fearful clinging to the past on the other.
It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it
as utterly new and unique, in having
the mind open and wholly receptive.” – Alan Watts
BRING YOUR OWN MAT
SUGGESTED DONATION: $10
300hr Certified Jivamukti Yoga Instructor
Well, our walls were naked!
But now there’s ART!
Stop by and see the AWESOME!
September 6, 2013
from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
at The Living Gallery
The work will be on display from September 6th through the 12th!
Question? Comments? Want to participate? Email us!
Live music & refreshments will also be provided!
DETAILS: You come on Friday between 6-10pm and hang your work. We provide hammer and nails, anything else regarding prices or artist statement is up to you. Artwork is up until the 12th and you must pick it up by then. We will not store the artwork. We do not have a limit regarding the amount of work, but we ask you to respect the other artists and realize that it is a group exhibition. We would say no more than 2 pieces depending on size. $10 is per artist, not work. Space is based on a first come first serve level.