Rooftop Films and Sunset Park Cinema Club for Kids invite you to a free screening of Hocus Pocus at Industry City, featuring Spooky Story Time from Book Culture and a Halloween-themed puppet show on Sunday, October 28, 2018, beginning at 11am.
THEATER 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ NY award winning Theater Company, hosts a Gala Concert “Broadway in Brooklyn, Singers’ Choice!” on Saturday, November 3, 2018 for an evening of musical delights selected by singers you love from Broadway and Theater 2020.
Eighty years after it was founded in the heart of the Bronx, The Hub at 149th St. and Third Ave., and three decades after arriving in Brooklyn, Gleason’s Gym is thriving in new quarters in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge.
PhotoPlus Expo 2018 brings the photography world to NYC
What is the best way for photographers to promote their work? Face-to-face meetings. This is one of the advantages of attending PhotoPlus Expo from Oct. 25 – Oct. 27, 2018, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.
Featuring over 150 works by more than 60 artists, Brooklyn Museum presents Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power offering a sweeping view of the remarkable art made by Black artists during one of the most crucial periods in American history.
Tabla Rasa Gallery presents BROOKLYN BEFORE, an exhibit of 18 South Brooklyn photographs from the 126 images in Larry Racioppo’s new book of the same name. The exhibition opens Saturday, September, 29, 2018, with a reception from 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm.
Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, DUMBO, Beyond South Brooklyn
The seventh edition of Photoville, which officially opens to the public today, September 13, 2018, includes some heartrending looks into the Refugee experience and spectacular photography within shipping container galleries under the Brooklyn Bridge.
Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival: Discover the District is coming to The Plaza at 300 Ashland from September 21 to 23, 2018, presenting a host of free programming including theater, poetry, dance, music, along with a dramatic reading of Martin Luther King’s final sermon by actor Samira Wiley of The Handmaid’s Tale.