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(Brooklyn, New York) For the fifth year in a row, FOKUS will present The Stoop, a celebration of art, music and life. This fun and free event will be held on August 11, 2012 in Fort Greene Park (Myrtle Ave side) in Brooklyn, NY from 2-7pm and is designed for folks [...]
Nuit Blanche New York (NBNY) announces the third annual Bring to Light: Nuit Blanche New York 2012, to take place on October 6. NBNY will be accepting site-specific artist proposals through July 13th to transform the waterfront of Greenpoint Brooklyn.
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The Art Lot presents POP Paradigms – an outdoor summer group show of new, large-scale, sculptural works by Marin Abell, Kyla Chevrier, Lorraine Dauw, Nate Heiges, and Catherine Telford-Keogh. POP Paradigms explores romantic notions of time to create a roaming, restless energy. Bold colors and varied textures generate movement, but time and perspectives [...]
Front Room Gallery, 147 Roebling St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn
June 23–July 15, 2012
opening reception: Saturday, June 23, 7–9pm
(Hours: Fri-Sun 1-6 and by appointment)
“Summer Sampler” is a delectable delight for the eyes, featuring works by the last season’s Front Room artists as well as a [...]
et al Projects is pleased to announce the opening of an exhibition featuring new paintings by Bret Slater and Jeff Zilm. The exhibition will convey these artists’ intimate work in a dynamic setting of individual experimentations and dialog. Both artists use uniquely personal motifs and processes in their work. One key element is [...]
Soul of Brooklyn Week attracts over 30,000 attendees each year to experience live concerts, dance performances, film screenings, plays, art exhibitions, street festivals, and more. The majority of the Week’s events are free, and all are open to the public. For more information on the Soul of Brooklyn Week, please visit www.soulofbrooklyn.com.