TONIGHT from 7:00pm to 11:00pm
at The Living Gallery, 1094 Broadway, Bushwick
Each month The Living Gallery will select one artist for
a one night pop-up solo exhibition/gallery transformation!
To submit work email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Living Gallery BK presents
Dylan J Clarke: Division of Space
Featuring a performance by
KEN South ROCK
Artist Statement: Hello. My name is Dylan J Clarke. For the past 5 years I have been exploring the division of space and how it is effected by color. Please join me and Ken South Rock in my first solo show as I transform The Living Gallery into an experience of geometric psychedelia and music.
Paint and Poetry, Vol. 19
“A collective effort of all things art.
Hosted by Scott Morris and Fox Gold
Saturday, September 28, 2013
at 7:00pm ($5 before 8:00pm, $10 after)
Location: 3RDEYE(SOL) GALLERY
Address: 1501 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Directions: J Train to Halsey
“Featuring NYC’s most dope underground artists, poets, and Emcee’s.”
10 open mic slots available. First come, first serve. Sign up beginning at 6:00pm.
Music by DJ Blackout.
“If you would like to do event coverage/photography or have any questions,
or would like to signup to be a featured artist, please email: email@example.com“
ART + MUSIC AT THE MARKET HOTEL. ACINAS + GUEST ARTISTS Show
September 20th at 7:00pm at 957 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY
The following text has been borrowed from their Facebook Event page:
ALBERTO ACINAS (resident artist)
NAOUFAL ALAOUI (aka Rocko)
LA LUNA HIENA (Albereto & Dilian)
EITAN AKMAN wth Carter Lee y Jesse Maynard
Before its official opening the Market Hotel is holding an art exposition by ALBERTO ACINAS TOVAR – an artist in residence at the space who has been creating site-specific work. We will have 4 bands playing and collaborating throughout the night. Alberto Acinas Tovar will be the closing act playing flamenco style guitar (with a pick up) with Howie Solo on the bass.
Bushwick Fashion Weekend!
Opening reception September 20th from 6pm to 12am
FREE before 8pm, $5 after!
(Performances start after 8pm!)
More events September 21st from 12pm to 7pm
and September 22nd from 2pm to 10pm
Frank by Sines ( Brandon Sines)
Ozma Autonomy by ( Samantha Jo)
Shirley Cruz for Cruzades
Kristy Lituma NYC
FRIDAY’S PERFORMERS AND ARTISTS
Jade Fusco aka DMZL
Doorways Le Sphinx X
Felix and the Future
Dean Anthony Cercone Jr.
Saturday from 12pm to 7pm
(a live glyph painting/excavation with musical narration…
an experience that crosses between Jessica Rabbit,
Bob Ross and Niki de Saint Phalle.)
Black River Quartet
Sunday from 2pm to 10pm
CUM BLOOD performing w/ Special Guests!!!
Rocko will be painting ancient arabic lettering on shirts live models!
Tarot card readings by Samara Hennet
(http://www.facebook.com/samara.hennet) $10-15 (sliding scale)
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 2, 2013 at 8:00pm
at The Living Gallery
“As you may or may not know, we here at Bandshell are Russian expats. And as you most certainly know, the gay community in our home country is currently antagonized by the nation’s government in the most appalling of manners. We figured there has to be some way to support the Russin LGBT community, so we’ve decided to launch a concert and art series that will support the Russian queer community both financially and morally. 100% of the donations from these shows at various galleries, bars, and venues in Williamsburg and Bushwick will go directly to organizations like Amnesty International. We stand to make no profit from any of this. All we want is to support an the artistic community here and a civil rights cause back home. Many of these events will feature local art displayed, and our new website, Bandshell.ly, will provide a permanent showcase for the bands and artists we work with. We can’t wait to throw you some really good parties in the name of an even better cause.” ~ Bandshell
DILLON JAMES REGO
“We here at Bandshell are currently in the midst of organizing a series of parties to benefit both the Russian LGBT and local creative communities. We’re reaching out because we would love to get you involved, to have you lend your voice in the name of something greater than any of us alone. For about the past year, Bandshell has been booking shows in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and we’ve recently realized that New York’s art and music scenes aren’t the only communities that could use some support. As Russian expats, we’re appalled by the Russian government’s antagonization of human beings within its own– and our native– society. With this series, we hope to not only offer solidarity for the queer community in Russia, but financial support for this cause. We stand to make no profit from these shows because 100% of the donations go directly to organizations like Amnesty International. Our benefit parties will be hosted at an assortment of bars, galleries, and venues in Bushwick and Williamsburg, and will often provide spaces for artists to display work. We’re also launching a website, Bandshel.ly, which will help provide a permanent showcase for the artists and bands involved with this project. We would really love to get you involved, for the sakes of both a great show and a great cause.” ~ Bandshell