Special Event

RUTGERS IN NEW YORK: MFA EXHIBITION

RUTGERS IN NEW YORK: MFA EXHIBITION {0}

MAY 11-22 – EXHIBITION – The Invisible Dog presents Mason Gross School of the Arts’ MFA class of 2016. The exhibition will showcase singular pieces from 20 MFA students, celebrating their individual thesis accomplishments in this culminating group show. Participating artists and faculty of the program will be in attendance at the opening reception. Aaron […]

THE WRITERS’ ROADSHOW 2016

THE WRITERS’ ROADSHOW 2016 {0}

SATURDAY MAY 7 – 7.30PM – New Fiction and Poetry from Brooklyn, Nashville, Pittsburgh. Odie Lindsey’s story collection, We Come to Our Senses, is forthcoming from WW Norton in July. His stories have appeared in Best American Short Stories, the Iowa Review, Columbia, and the anthology Forty Stories. A veteran, he lives in Nashville. www.oalindsey.com […]

SHIBORI IN THE GLASS HOUSE – CALVIN STALVIG

SHIBORI IN THE GLASS HOUSE – CALVIN STALVIG {0}

SATURDAY MAY 7 – SUNDAY MAY 8 – 12-4PM – WORKSHOP – Craftsman Calvin Stalvig will facilitate shibori indigo dying in the Glass House of Invisible Dog. Using methods of binding, pleating, knotting, stitching, clamping and wrapping, participants will prepare a small table runner to take home with them after dying it in an indigo […]

THE FORTUNE TELLER by PONTUS PETTERSSON

THE FORTUNE TELLER by PONTUS PETTERSSON {0}

SATURDAY MAY 7 – SUNDAY MAY 8 – VARIOUS HOURS – PERFORMANCE – From a series of 52 photographs assembled into a self made deck of card Swedish choreographer Pontus Pettersson will read your fortune. This is a one to one performance inviting you to the occult performance of a reading. The stage will for […]

7th ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS

7th ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS {0}

MAY 7 – 8 – INVISIBLE DOG OPEN STUDIOS –  The art we host in our galleries may be our guts, and Mac Premo’s iconic façade piece, You Are Reading This (2015) our face, but our 25 resident artists together form the heart—the very pulse—of The Invisible Dog. This year, we are proud to open, […]

LOOK AND LISTEN FESTIVAL

LOOK AND LISTEN FESTIVAL {0}

FRIDAY MAY 6 – 8PM –  Look & Listen concludes with  an evening curated by pianist Phyllis Chen around the theme of “unusual spaces.” The program will feature Chen performing two world premieres that L+L aided in commissioning: a solo work by Jo Kondo, commissioned by New Music USA; then a new original work, commissioned […]

THE WORKING MIND AND DRAWING HAND OF OLIVER JEFFERS

THE WORKING MIND AND DRAWING HAND OF OLIVER JEFFERS {0}

WEDNESDAY MAY 4, 8PM – PERFORMANCE by Oliver Jeffers –  A performance of self-explanation, story-telling, and picture-drawing.  There is also a pie chart.  Oliver Jeffers is a visual artist and author from Belfast, Northern Ireland, now living and working in Brooklyn, New York. At the core of Oliver’s work is a fierce curiosity – a […]

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT {0}

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 – 6-19PM – SPECIAL EVENT – The Wassaic Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization, exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art. Reserve your tickets now here www.wassaicproject.org

ATLANTIC TERMINUS – JON KINZEL

ATLANTIC TERMINUS – JON KINZEL {0}

FEBRUARY 2 – 13 – RESIDENCE + PERFORMANCES – “Atlantic Terminus” rests on the pretext of using Kinzel’s own belongings as a set. Evolving over two weeks, he will sustain an onsite multi-faceted studio practice in the gallery creating new work daily. He aims to disclose his particular history of making connections between visual art […]

A BATTLE OF DRAWINGS

A BATTLE OF DRAWINGS {0}

SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 4 to 6pm, Watch author and illustrator Matthieu Maudet (A Mammoth in the Fridge, Hello, Doctor), author and comic artist Pénélope Bagieu (Exquisite Corpse, Josephine), Julia Rothman (Hello NY) and other guest illustrators engage in a fast-paced battle of drawings. Free cookies provided by Michel et Augustin. The Cultural Services of the […]