He was more than just soup cans. The deep influence of his roots is plain in Andy Warhol:Revelation, a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, that marries the Warhol we know with the one hiding in plain sight. The show examines no less than the concepts of life and death, […]
The Obama portraits debut this summer at the Brooklyn Museum, the second stop on a nationwide tour. Opening August 27, Kehinde Wiley’s portrait of President Barack Obama and Amy Sherald’s portrait of Mrs. Michelle Obama have inspired an unprecedented response from the public.
The Prospect Park Bandshell is coming back to life on Saturday, July 31, 2012, with the opening night of the BRIC CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! FESTIVAL featuring Ari Lenox.
Japan Village (Location: 934 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232) is presenting a live music event, “Re: Open JAM at Japan Village.” for 13 days: July 11th (Sun) – August 1st (Sun), 2021. The event will celebrate and support the restart of Japanese musicians who suffered from the pandemic.
The Red Hook Fest, a waterfront favorite featuring Valentino Park and local talent, returns Friday, June 4, 2021, with 3 nights of live performances, family-friendly activities, vital resources, and much-needed celebration.
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When you have one of the largest front stoops in Brooklyn, it makes sense to turn it into an outdoor performance location. The Brooklyn Museum hosts Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings, an outdoor exhibition of video art on its public plaza, every Wednesday through Sunday evening. And timed tickets are available for the indoor galleries.
Static Apnea, directed by Christopher McElroen who is a Brooklyn based media artist and the Founding Artistic Director of the american vicarious, was first performed at The Performance Arcade, New Zealand. The Invisible Dog presents the Brooklyn debut from Saturday, September 12 to Saturday, October 17, 2020.
The Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club brings music to their canoes and the shoreline, hosting six socially distanced outdoor events along and on Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal on Saturday, September 12, 2020, as a part of City of Water Day.
What could be better than a drive in movie on a pier with gorgeous views of the water and lower Manhattan? Rooftop Films’ one-of-a-kind urban drive in experience is located at the end of the scenic pier at Brooklyn Army Terminal, stretching out 1,200 feet into the Bay. Ticket prices start at $40 per car with up to five people.