Saturday June 11, 2011
8 pm - 1 am
Entertainment will include the fabulous fresh sounds of:
Doom Trumpet - 8:30 pm
Lightouts - 9:15 pm
Lycaon Pictus - 10:00 pm
Donny Hue and the Colors - 10:45 pm
DJ Mony Pony
We thank the talented performers and BROOKLYN BREWERY for their generous support and we hope to see ALL of you there! If you cannot make it to the party and would like to make a contribution a tax-deductible donation can be made to A.I.R. on our behalf (contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details).
at Northside Townhall Cultural & Community Center (aka The People's Firehouse)
Inspired by local filmmaker Jem Cohen's film of the same name, This Is A History Of New York, this screening will present work in the tradition of NYC street photography. Focusing a lens on the ephemeral experiences of street life, a broader analysis of commercial forces and "urban renewal" programs will be put in context. Held in the engine bay of the Former Williamsburg Firehouse.
Including films by:
Mary Blllyou, Elle Burchill, Jem Cohen, Koken Ergun, Brian Frye, Paul Garrin, Ken Jacobs, Jonas Mekas, Martha Rosler, Shelly Silver, and Caspar Stracke.
Screenings start at 2pm, 5pm, and 8pm. FREE
Moore Street Market
110 Moore Street
Saturday June 4 from 10am - 8pm
Sunday June 5 from 11am - 5pm
Using the Moore Street Market as muse, 7 artists: Liz Atzberger, Sharon Butler, Brece Honeycutt, Lars Kremer, Austin Thomas, Julie Torres and Audra Wolowiec, with music by the Push Pops and food by FARMCART, combine art and food for a series of weekend events during Bushwick Open Studios.
(Please stop by to pick up a free take-away print!)
Full schedule of events HERE