St. Ann’s Warehouse welcomes back the Donmar Warehouse to present the American screen premieres of their acclaimed, visceral all-female Shakespeare Trilogy—Julius Caesar, Henry IV, and The Tempest—directed by Phyllida Lloyd, May 31 to June 3, 2018.
FORGIVENESS & CONFLICT: LANDSCAPES FROM NELSON MANDELA'S SOUTH AFRICA
United Photo Industries brings FORGIVENESS & CONFLICT by celebrated and award-winning photojournalist Sara Terry to the DUMBO gallery from April 10 to May 26, 2018. Terry was one of six recipients of the 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship for this body of work, founder of The Aftermath Project, and a member of VII Photo.
The American Premiere of Nikos Karathanos’ The Birds, a modern, feast-for-the-senses adaptation of Aristophanes’ offbeat and poetic comedy, comes to St. Ann's Warehouse for 12 performances from May 2 - 13, 2018.
The BRIC House Stoop presents a panel discussion on Mfon: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, a commemorative bi-annual journal committed to establishing and representing a collective voice of women photographers of African descent on Tuesday, April 3rd.
Submissions are now open for The FENCE, a large-scale outdoor traveling photography exhibition with over 25K in prizes and the opportunity to be seen in eight cities by over 6 million visitors. All work must be submitted no later than Tuesday, April 10, 2018.
Join Stan Honda for the Moving Walls book release party, discussion, and signing on Sunday, February 25, 2018, as part of the New York Day of Remembrance marking the 76th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, creating America's Japanese Concentration Camps.
Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, DUMBO, Gowanus, Red Hook, Beyond South Brooklyn
The Museum of the City of New York in Manhattan looks at water during Liquid Assets: New York's Watersheds & Waterways, a conversation with an esteemed panel of environmentalists discussing what New York can do to protect its drinking and recreational water supply in a changing climate.
America may never recover its glory as a manufacturing powerhouse, but the Brooklyn Navy Yard is doing what it can, transforming itself from a 20th-century warship builder to a 21st-century high-tech hub.