Boy howdy what a weekend! Hope you all had a good time and good fun. I had an interesting weekend full of a variety of adventure of differing quality and type. Friday we went to the opening of a new space in Soho called the
Have you seen this commercial? If you read the fine print it says, “The artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have no direct or indirect affiliation or involvement with AT&T.” But is that really sufficient? What do you think?
Name: Joshua FRIED Title/Occupation: composer, producer, RADIO WONDERLAND founder and sole band member. Organization/Company: Could use more of the former; i’m good with the latter. URL: http://radiowonderland.com 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew
“We came along at a moment where there was definitely an enormous need for an alternative place,” Mr. Rogers said. “People want a different way to do it, I think.” Read the rest of this great article about the Chocolate Factory in the Times.
Thursday night took Culturebot to the opening of Andrew Dinwiddie’s GET MAD AT SIN ! at The Chocolate Factory. This fiery sermon is based on a 1971 record of evangelist Jimmy Swaggart recorded at the First Assembly of God in Van Buren, Arkansas. It is
Furthering its mission to support Brooklyn artists and nurture contemporary art audiences, BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn launches the BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry as a fully web-based resource at http://registry.bricartsmedia.org. Since its inception in 1983, the Registry has grown to include the portfolios of more than
LITTLE THEATRE Monday, June 7, 2010 — 8:00 pm @ the new Dixon Place 161A Chrystie btw. Delancey & Rivington (F/V 2nd Ave; 6 Bleecker; JMZ Bowery) FEATURING: HOPE! CHANGE! BLAH Written and directed by Ben Gassman With Eliza Bent and John Anthony Russo It’s a tour!
THIS Thursday, May 27… Galapagos Art Space presents – and – Beth Morrison Projects produces 21c Aria (glimpses of the future of opera) as part of the 21c Salon Series 8 o’clock pm Galapagos Art Space 16 Main Street DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY $20 door/$15 in
The Twenty-Five Cent Opera of San Francisco theater | performance | entertainments FOURTH INSTALLMENT SUNDAY | MAY 30th | 7 PM | $7 suggested donation THIS MONTH, MORE NEW WORDS & WORKS for the tiny Brooklyn stage! LAKEVIEW TERRACE by martial artist SCOTT ADKINS with JOCELYN
Stateless: A Hip Hop Vaudeville by Dan Wolf and Tommy Shepherd with Keith Pinto Music by One Ring Zero and Felonious Inspired by original songs by the Gebrüder Wolf (Brothers Wolf) Directed by Ellen Sebastian Chang Wild and wildly successful, Stateless is a labyrinth of
Just got back from the launch party for HERE’s new intiative – the MADE HERE PROJECT. MADE HERE is a new documentary series and website devoted to the challenging and eclectic lives of performing artists in New York City. It is compelling, engaging and enlightening.
From June 2-7, 2010 the downtown dance scene comes roaring to life with Movement Research Festival Spring 2010:HARDCORPS. Curated by Walter Dundervill, Melanie Maar, Aki Sasimoto, and A.L. Steiner, the festival features performances, workshops, talks, events and much more. You can download the brochure here.