It’s time for our weekly event round-up!

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

This week is packed with fun events, including everything from a live dance-painting performance by artist Annika Rhea and a group art and photography show on St. Nicholas Ave. to Juneteenth pop-up markets and silent auctions at 3 Dollar Bill.

To submit an event for consideration in next week’s list, email (Schroeder at bushwickdaily dot com)!


Thursday, June 17

Body Medium: Art Exhibit Opening and Live Performance

An image of Annika Rhea conducting a live dance-painting performance.
Image courtesy of Annika Rhea’s Instagram

What is it? 

A multi-media exhibit of paintings, film and a live dance-painting performance by artist Annika Rhea.

Where is it? 

The Box Factory, 1519 Decatur St.

What time?

6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Free. Must RSVP.


Friday, June 18

Sarah Jaffe and Ariana and the Rose at The Sultan Room

A flyer for Sarah Jaffe and Ariana and the Rose's show at The Sultan Room
Image courtesy of Sarah Jaffe’s Instagram

What is it? 

Live music at the Sultan Room featuring Sarah Jaffe and Ariana and the Rose.

Where is it? 

The Sultan Room, 234 Starr St..

What time?

Two shows. Doors for the first show open at 7 p.m. and doors for the second show open at 9:30 p.m.

How much does it cost?

$25


Saturday, June 19

Juneteenth Pick Up Pop Up

A flyer for Juneteenth Pick Up Pop Up, a pop up full of goods, treats and services provided by local Black-owned small businesses.
Image courtesy of The Butta Dealer’s Instagram

What is it? 

A pop up full of goods, treats and services provided by local Black-owned small businesses.

Where is it? 

668 Broadway.

What time?

11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

How much does it cost?

$10. Portion of all proceeds go toward filling community fridges.


Juneteenth Bring-eth Together

A flyer for 3 Dollar Bill's Juneteenth Bring-eth Together.
Image courtesy of 3 Dollar Bill

What is it? 

An evening and night at 3 Dollar Bill, starting with vendors and ending with DJ sets, drag shows and eventually a silent auction.

Where is it? 

3 Dollar Bill, 260 Meserole St.

What time?

5 p.m. – 12 a.m.

How much does it cost?

$20. A significant portion of proceeds goes towards the National Black Justice Coalition and G.L.I.T.S.


SUN Juneteenth Pop-Up

Flyer for SUN's Juneteenth Pop-Up, a pop-up market featuring goods and works made by BIPOC vendors and creatives.
Image courtesy of SUN’s Instagram

What is it?

An all-day pop-up market featuring goods and works made by BIPOC vendors and creatives.

Where is it? 

215 Moore St.

What time?

11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Free to attend


Sunday, June 20

Sophisticated Musings* for FaΓΓots and Their Friends

Flyer for Uncommonly Studio's Sophisticated Musings* for FaΓΓots and Their Friends.
Image courtesy of Uncommonly Studio

What is it? 

A night of music, dance and “pure queer magic.”

Or as Uncommonly Studio describes it, “Tinkerbell 🧚‍♀️ and their Radical Faerie Friends light up the night as they explore the herstory of the Rad Fae movement, commune with our LGBTQIA+ ancestors, celebrate Mother Earth and make magic together in this one-of-a-kind, live music queer performance experience.”

Where is it? 

Uncommonly Studio, 1519 Decatur St.

What time?

8 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Wide range of prices. Check here for more info.


Groop Art Show

Flyer for Groop art show.
Image courtesy of Corey Jermaine’s Instagram

What is it? 

An art show featuring work by Corey Jermaine, Nadia Fediv and Efrain Muniz

Where is it? 

87 St Nicholas Ave.

What time?

3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Free


Wednesday, June 23

Funk The Casbah

Image courtesy of H0L0

What is it? 

Event with DJs Hasan Khalid, Yas Meen Selectress and Felonious Funk.

Where is it? 

HOLO, 1090 Wyckoff Ave.

What time?

6 p.m. – 11 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Donations


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