Upcoming Events

Art Scene

Upcoming Events

We hope everyone had a great Father’s Day Weekend!
This week there will be plenty of sights and activities to discover.


Courtesy of: www.storefrontbushwick.com

Debris and Detritus in Bushwick

Every day on your way to work you may notice some sort of trash or debris on the side of the street. Patrick Berran and Jack Henry joined forces to sculpt and mold segments of roadside debris. These works of art resemble trash compacted into earth’s layers. Those average plastic bags you throw away are eaves into textiles or even plastic baskets. This exhibition is nowhere near “trashy.”

Location: Storefront Bushwick

Address: 16 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11237

Date/Hour: Now – June 23; 6pm-9pm

Admission: N/A

Phone: (917) 714-3813




Courtesy of: www.morrisjumel.org

 Uptown Festival of New Plays

This exciting four-day festival of new plays will have performances of many different genres. It is a great way to explore the theater world. Admission to the festival is pay-what-you-can. Each performance will then be followed by discussions of the playwright, with directors and actors as well.

Location Morris- Jumel Mansion in Roger Morris Park

Address: 65 Jumel Terrac Manhattan, NY

Date/Hour: June 19- June 23, 2013

Admissions: Admission to the festival is pay-what-you-can

Phone: 212.923.8008




Courtesy of: www.coneyisland.com

Coney Island’s: 2013 Mermaid Parade

It’s that time again! Coney Island’s 2013 Mermaid Parade will be under way  Saturday, June 22nd.  Known for the largest art parade in the nation, the mermaid parade brings all ages to Coney Island’s boardwalk. This parade brings mythology, creates self-esteem, and lets artistic New Yorkers find self-expression in public.

Location: Cony Island USA

Address: Start at West 21st Street and Surf Avenue and will disband at Steeplechase Plaza

Date/Hour: June 22, 2013; 1pm

Admission: FREE

Phone: 718.372.5159




Film / Installation 

Courtesy of: http://www.thejewishmuseum.org

 Jack Goldstein x 10,000

Jack Goldstein shows audiences his important legacy at the Jewish Museum in New York. His influential paintings and films include many installations, writings, and sound recordings from past projects. Much of Goldstein’s work has caught the attention of many young artists for many years. A great deal of artwork in this exhibition is re-revolutionized from post-1960s.

Location: The Jewish Museum New York

Address: 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St New York, NY 10128

Date/Hour: Now-Sept 29, 2013
Thursday- 11am-8pm

$12 adults; seniors  $10; students $7.50; visitors 18 and under free; Sat free.
Thu 5–8pm pay what you wish.

Phone: 212.423.320