On Saturday, everyone’s favorite slideshow-meets-potluck teams up with a scavenger hunt cooked up by Bushwick Daily. Just like last year, and the year before, Slideluck will supply the space, good vibes, and a spectacular slideshow of artwork; you bring the food.
Two events worth checking out tonight: saxopone, clarinet, and bass at The Firehouse Space; visual artist Travis LaMothe at Bushwick Cooperative. Tomorrow make your way over to The Picture Show in Greenpoint…
North Brooklyn is “studio central,” with tons of new studios surfacing and a growing number of recordings coming out of the area. “It’s what Hell’s Kitchen used to be,” says Paul Gold of Salt Mastering on Greenpoint Avenue.
The Children, comprised of former members of Swans and Cop Shoot Cop, provided a somewhat challenging experience to the crowd; moods of blissful conceptions using pulsating loops, accompanied by kalimba, duduk and atonal screams
one can now see a little piece of local bakery history, get a satisfying slice of nostalgia, and be up close and personal with one of the strange wonders of our neighborhood—the revolving styrofoam and cream wedding cake.
Today’s the day of the annual Eagle Street Rooftop Farm soil and plant sale with McEnroe Organic Farm. You’ll find transplants and high quality organic soil compost, potting soil, and rooftop-ready mix.
Tonight is opening night of DOWNTOWN 81, billed as “a milestone of New York culture and history, vividly depicting the explosive downtown art and music scene of 1980-1981, through the eyes of the radical artist Jean Michel Basquiat.”
Imagine that these count among your favorite things: animal skins, purple textiles, old chipped china. Adorn your house in this eclectic style, and now you’re following the principles of British design, which hold firm to a single decree: When it comes to décor, there are no rules.
Read to rockout like you were the international Skee-Ball Champion of the Entire Universe? Head over to Full Circle Bar for a couple of brews, sink all nine balls into the 40-point pocket, and take in The Art of Skee Ball
Get on your bikes and ride! On June 1, the folks at Indian Larry Motorcycles will run a benefit ride in support of in support of the Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation. Kickstands go up at 11am on Union Avenue.