A Pride-themed dance party at DorDor, Tasty Licks at Wet Spot, a Pride event at Trans-Pecos and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (June 24-30) in Bushwick.
A live dance-painting performance by artist Annika Rhea, a group art and photography show on St. Nicholas Ave., Juneteenth pop-up markets and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (June 17-23) in Bushwick.
Analyzing the work of Pranav Sood, a Bushwick-based artist and Indian immigrant whose recognizable bright, mosaic paintings tell dream-like stories.
A Deadly Disco at 3 Dollar Bill, a weekend-long art showcase at Til Death, a drag brunch at Queen and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (June 10-16) in Bushwick.
The punks at Viva Los Saicos are ready to kick things off this weekend with a concert.
Tania Roberts opened up her new gallery, Tania Scott Gallery, with a four-artist exhibition.
A queer flea market, a happy hour benefitting Frack Outta Brooklyn, a queer brunch tea party and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (June 4-June 9) in Bushwick.
From the life and times of ‘the original Bushwick beatnik’
The opening of a new Bushwick gallery, a DJ party at Our Wicked Lady, an exhibition about art on the Blockchain and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (May 27 – June 2) in Bushwick.
A new show at the Deli Gallery wants to bring the world “to its knees.”
DJ Sets at Elsewhere, an art exhibition, comedy shows, an outdoor movie screening, an open mic night and more. These are the can’t-miss events happening this week (May 20-26) in Bushwick.
Photographers around the city are descending on Troutman street for their rapid film needs.
Taking its name from the latest capacity requirements, an unused storefront on Cypress Avenue has become an art gallery.
A new arts platform called Paradice Palase wants to sell art for under $800 and ‘wearable art’ for even less
A new group show at Ridgewood’s Selenas Mountain has a lot to say about the last century and this one.
At La Casa Art House, a low-key, grunge style attracts artists without galleries or even, sometimes, websites.
Targeting kids north of kindergarten, Alva Calymayor puts together coloring books, playing cards and art boxes to teach children about social justice
Inspired by the Mexico border, Bushwick photographer Luis Nieto Dickens profiles a city emptied by the pandemic
At the Amos Eno Gallery, José-Ricardo Presman’s surrealism impresses
The Bushwick painter and photographer’s latest show ‘dives into the sacredness within the trans experience.’
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a new movie showcases love stories set at the House of Yes, on Myrtle Avenue and also Irving Avenue
When a blizzard struck, a burlesque regular at the House of Yes built a snowcat
On the heels of this singularly terrible year, Bushwick Daily needs your help
A new mural promotes the idea of providing citizens with $1,000 a month that can only be spent at local, organic restaurants.
The third and final installment of Bushwick Art Club with Lucky Rabbit
Before Marzipan Physics began wheatpasting her work throughout New York City, she was an extraterrestrial particle physicist from the planet Eupraxia.
Budget cuts to the Department of Sanitation have forced the group to increase its efforts.
An art project displaying 20,000 Donald Trump lies will accompany a voter registration drive held by Radio Free Brooklyn in Bushwick.
Location scouts definitely have Bushwick’s number…