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Wed Jul
23
7:00p - 11:00p

Fashion Art Finance Networking Party

Presented by The Set NYC


The Set NYC presents: Fashion Art Finance Networking Party. A members- only event, exclusive Lower Manhattan venue. Please apply for membership at http://setmembers.eventbrite.com to be placed on guest list.
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Categories: Arts


Wed Jul
23
6:00p - 9:00p

Living Live: I Love Vinyl

Presented by Red Bull Studios New York


Clocktower Radio's Jeannie Hopper hosts the I Love Vinyl crew at Red Bull Studios New York as we continue the summer long Living Live streamcast and viewing party. The group shares from their vast musical collection and discusses new media radio innovation. Join us onsite or online Wednesday, July 23 from 6-9pm and enjoy the radio adventure as part of Peter Coffin's Living exhibition now on view at the gallery.
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Categories: Arts


Thu Jul
24
06:00p - 08:00p

WHO IS OUR BODY? WHAT DOES SHE/HE SAY?

Presented by Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art


All Out Arts Fresh Fruit Festival in conjunction with the Leslie-Lohman Museum presents four short experimental films about the body. Including the American Premier “Unfished” by Law Suifung, the first experimental film on transgender issues by Asian filmmaker. “Change Over Time” by dir Ewan Durate, records his female-to- male transition. On a lighter note, we watch body painter Neil Curtis as he prepares for his New York City debut at the Leslie-Lohman Museum and “If You Are Auditioning For A Lesbian You Already Have the Part” directed by Eli Rarey, an investigation in what it means to be a “lesbian”.
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Categories: Arts, Community, Museums, Programs


Thu Jul
24
:p - 05:00p

Open Studio with Joseph Silovsky

Presented by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council


Joseph Silovsky presents an Open Studio of Send for the Million Men, an examination of the arrest, trial, and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants accused of a bank robbery in the 1920s, that features puppetry, robotics, video, and object manipulation.
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Categories: Arts


Sat Jul
26
Sun Aug
17
:p - 6:00p

COLOR & OUT OF ORDER

Presented by BROOKLYN waterfront artist coalition


Color 200+ local artists will be showing work that addresses turmoil at any scale, geopolitical and personal crises alike. The show will contain works critical and comical, traditional and digital, flat and 3D. There is a special juried section World Out of Order, where Problems such as homelessness, poverty and hunger are addressed and 25% of the sales will be donated to charities. Out of Order Come see for yourself how artists from all around the country have responded to the challenge "What is color?" - in large scale installations, works on canvas, assemblage, photography, mixed media, fabric art and sculpture. 100 pieces were selected out of the 1740 submissions received, by esteemed juror, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Assistant Curator, Lauren Hinkson.?
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Categories: Arts


Sat Jul
26
Sun Aug
17
2:00p - 6:00p

BWAC Summer Gallery Shows/

Presented by Brooklyn Waterfront Artists' Coalition (BWAC)


Our Summer Art Shows: July 26 - August 17th (weekends 2-6pm) Summer Group Art Show The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition works of art for BWAC's summer art show, Out of Order. 200+ local artists will be showing work that addresses turmoil at any scale, geopolitical and personal crises alike. The show will contain works critical and comical, traditional and digital, flat and 3D. There is a special juried section World Out of Order, where Problems such as homelessness, poverty and hunger are addressed and 25% of the sales will be donated to charities. National Juried Art Show Pablo Picasso: I want to know one thing. What is color? Come see for yourself how artists from all around the country have responded to the challenge "What is color?" - in large scale installations, works on canvas, assemblage, photography, mixed media, fabric art and sculpture. 100 pieces were selected out of the 1740 submissions received, by esteemed juror, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Assistant Curator, Lauren Hinkson. The exhibit takes place 2-6PM weekends July 26-August 17th on the Ground Floor of BWAC's iconic gallery, located in a Civil War-era warehouse in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn.
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Categories: Arts


Tue Jul
29
Tue Aug
19
11:00a - 6:00p

Be Inspired By Art at Agora This Summer

Presented by Agora Gallery


Exhibition Dates: July 29, 2014 – August 19, 2014 Reception: Thursday, July 31, 2014, 6:00pm - 8:00pm Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6 Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, Chelsea, New York Event URL: http://www.agora- gallery.com/receptionexhibitio ns/7_31_2014.aspx Image: Lloyd Platt-Sand Desert 2
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Wed Jul
30
Sun Aug
3
6:00p - 11:00p

Live Music! This week at Moscow 57!

Presented by Moscow 57


Wednesday 7/30 Dmitry & Maria Cleve Douglass Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Thursday 7/31 Laura Foulke Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Friday 8/1 dwayne. Mary Foster Conklin Jordan Pettay Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Saturday 8/2 Feeding Goats Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Sunday 8/3 Jim Petrie & Jonathan Gregg Hayley Biegel Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band
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Categories: Arts


Tue Aug
5
Sat Aug
16
11:00a - 6:00p

Summer Highlights II

Presented by New Century Artists Inc.


Art exhibit featuring culturally diverse art.
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Categories: Arts


Wed Aug
6
6:00p - 9:00p

Living Live: The Free Music Archive & WFMU

Presented by Red Bull Studios New York


Clocktower Radio interviews the creators of the Free Music Archive to discuss law, innovation, open-source activism, networking, music, and communications. With Ken Freedman, WFMU Station Manager and self-described DJ, Red Sea Pedestrian, Self-Hating Atheist, Skier, Proud New Jerseyan and bubbling cauldron of rage and Jason Sigal, founding director of the Free Music Archive, an expert in alternative copyrights and digital distribution, a WFMU DJ and a member of the band Lame Drivers.
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