IN ART PURSUIT

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MARCH 8 & 9 – PART OF INVISIBLE DOG’S OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND – Creativity at The Invisible Dog Art Center comes in many forms.  Thirty-four distinctive artists now cultivate their creative practices on all three floors of 51 Bergen Street.  We invite you to discover them for yourself during The Invisible Dog Art Center’s 2014 […]

HIVE / THE ARTISTS OF THE INVISIBLE DOG

HIVE / THE ARTISTS OF THE INVISIBLE DOG {0}

MARCH 8 & 9 – ARTIST OPEN STUDIO – EXHIBITION – From their selection of material and media, to collaborations and conceptual works, the Invisible Dog Art Center’s 33 international artists pay homage to the inspiring environment in which they evolve – creating a collective exhibition to unite their diverse skills under one theme. Only […]

WINNETOU, I.T. – THE ELECTRIC INDIAN

WINNETOU, I.T. – THE ELECTRIC INDIAN {0}

FEBRUARY 15-16 – HOURS VARIE – WINNETOU, I.T. – THE ELECTRIC INDIAN by IMMEDIATE MEDIUM – This winter, Immediate Medium will premiere WINNETOU, I.T. – The Electric Indian, the first of a three-part examination of the former Indian Territory and its descendant, the present day state of Oklahoma.  The Electric Indian reimagines the events following […]

APPARITION

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FEBRUARY 7 & 8 – HOURS VARIE – APPARITION by TROUBLE – SAM HILLMER & LAURA PARIS – Terror-ushers greet attendees with a shamanistic cleansing ritual as they enter Apparition, the duo Trouble’s group of overlapping environments of light, sound, and performance. Sprey: A Narrow Vehicle dramatizes this moment of entry using light, wind, moisture, […]

BROOKLYN INVENTGENUITY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN INVENTGENUITY FESTIVAL {0}

JANUARY 25-26 – 11AM-5PM – Brooklyn’s fifth annual Inventgenuity Festival, presented by Beam Center, fills two large gallery spaces with fun and engaging hands-on activities. With public projects and workshops led by Beam Center’s faculty of artists, engineers and big thinkers, the Inventgenuity Festival has become a popular annual winter celebration of making things for […]

SOMETHING CLOUDY, SOMETHING CLEAR

SOMETHING CLOUDY, SOMETHING CLEAR {0}

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9 – 6PM – SOMETHING CLOUDY, SOMETHING CLEAR by Tennessee Williams – It is the summer of 1940. August, a fledgling playwright, is rewriting the play intended for his Broadway debut in a blown away beach shack in Provincetown. He is distracted by his infatuation for Kip, a handsome Canadian dancer and draft […]

THE ANGOLA PROJECT

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JANUARY 14 – 17 – Hour Varies – THE ANGOLA PROJECT – JEREMY XIDO / CABULA6 – The Angola Project playfully straddles the worlds of live performance and filmmaking – constructing a movie in real time from fragments of film and narrative, only to have it crumble into disarray. A trilogy of solo performances tearing […]

CATCH 60

CATCH 60 {0}

SATURDAY JANUARY 11 – 8 – 10 PM – CATCH 60 celebrates the 10th anniversary of “everyone’s favorite” hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough-and-ready performance series with a blowout birthday performance bash on two floors of the Invisible Dog. This special iteration is smattered with Catch luminaries and artists you may not have heard of (yet) in an […]

DRELLA

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DECEMBER 12 – 13 – 7.30pm – DANCE – RAJA FEATHER KELLY – The feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s DRELLA (I love you Faye Driscoll)’ is a movement-based drag performance essay inspired by Andy Warhol’s alter ego “Drella” — a contraction of Dracula and Cinderella, envisioned by Warhol Superstar Ondine. Beyond the focus on Warhol’s […]

CATCH 59

CATCH 59 {0}

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 – 8PM – CATCH 59 is a hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough and ready performance series-event that whirls through Brooklyn every couple of months, curated with delicate irreverence by Jeff Larson, Andrew Dinwiddie and Caleb Hammons. Featuring Artists: Hadar Ahuvia, Jesse Bonnell, Justin Cabrillos, Mallory Catlett, Tess Dworman, Julia Jarcho, Jeff Larson, Phil Soltanoff […]