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Bushwick DIY Venue Hosts Experimental Art Performances

Bushwick DIY Venue Hosts Experimental Art Performances

The Exponential Festival is blowing up across Brooklyn, and the local art space The Glove will hold eight non-traditional performances.

Bushwick Art Storage Gets $76 Million Makeover

Bushwick Art Storage Gets $76 Million Makeover

“Engaging with New York’s cultural community is a priority for us, so I think we are going to fit in very well in Bushwick.”

Tour Bushwick’s Live Bodega Advent Calendar This Sunday

Tour Bushwick’s Live Bodega Advent Calendar This Sunday

Check out art pieces from 24 local artists displayed at a different neighborhood bodega every day of the advent season.

CLOWNS AND TRICKSTERS UNITE: The Living Installation Will Turn The Human Body Into Live Art

CLOWNS AND TRICKSTERS UNITE: The Living Installation Will Turn The Human Body Into Live Art

The Street Art Pilgrimage Offers a Deeper Look into Bushwick Graffiti

The Street Art Pilgrimage Offers a Deeper Look into Bushwick Graffiti

Through the Street Art Pilgrimage, a local art historian and culture critic provides greater insight into some of the neighborhood’s most prominent works of street art.

Blockchain Enthusiasts Threw A Pepe The Frog Themed Party in Bushwick

Blockchain Enthusiasts Threw A Pepe The Frog Themed Party in Bushwick

Where to Drink Around the Bushwick Film Festival

Where to Drink Around the Bushwick Film Festival

Watch cool films and then go grab some drinks.

Mextasis Featured Mexican American Voices At Bushwick Open Studios

Mextasis Featured Mexican American Voices At Bushwick Open Studios

A cross cultural collab.

Check Out Bushwick Open Studios 2018 This Weekend

Check Out Bushwick Open Studios 2018 This Weekend

Fall is in full swing, so celebrate it by supporting local venues and artists.

A Look At The Bushwick Protest Against Displacement This Past Friday

A Look At The Bushwick Protest Against Displacement This Past Friday

Mi Casa No Es Su Casa, an anti-gentrification art collective, projected residents’ concerns about housing and displacement in Bushwick.

Elli Perry’s Award Winning Music Video Was Directed And Shot In Bushwick

Elli Perry’s Award Winning Music Video Was Directed And Shot In Bushwick

The set of the video is a warehouse on Meserole Street with a Brooklyn Based crew.

Bushwick Gallery Owner Says President Trump’s Tariffs May Affect His Business

Bushwick Gallery Owner Says President Trump’s Tariffs May Affect His Business

A Semi-Permanent Picnic in the Park

A Semi-Permanent Picnic in the Park

Maria Hernandez has never had a public art sculpture — until now.

Mysterious Predator Drone Appears Over Four Buildings in Bushwick and East Williamsburg

Mysterious Predator Drone Appears Over Four Buildings in Bushwick and East Williamsburg

What’s going on with mysterious drones appearing over buildings in the area?

Bushwick’s Own Anthony Ramos Will Star in Movie About Police Brutality

Bushwick’s Own Anthony Ramos Will Star in Movie About Police Brutality

Raised in the area, Ramos has started in Lin Manuel Miranda’s pop-culture sensation Hamilton, but is taking it back to his Brooklyn roots for his latest project.

Peephole Cinema’s Latest Program “Relocated” Tackles Sexuality

Peephole Cinema’s Latest Program “Relocated” Tackles Sexuality

The opening of Peephole Cinema’s latest screening “Relocated” brought New York City based film makers and artists to Bushwick for a one night event.

Relocated: A New Program at Peephole Cinema Opens This Friday

Relocated: A New Program at Peephole Cinema Opens This Friday

This project offers a new way to experience a movie in the area.

Blockchain Incubator Brings First Annual Exhibition to Bushwick

Blockchain Incubator Brings First Annual Exhibition to Bushwick

The Sndbox wants people to integrate more blockchain into their daily lives.

“This Is America” Themed Art Show Brought A Conversation About Race to Ridgewood

“This Is America” Themed Art Show Brought A Conversation About Race to Ridgewood

Kei-Sygh Thomas @keisyghthomas Jean Edouard’s hands moved swiftly across the canvas. First with strokes of red and white, then finishes with blue. He placed his brush on the paint stained tarp at his feet. A small crowd of spectators watched as he casually stepped back, and scrunched up his face before deciding that he had […]

A Platform for Mexican Artists in Bushwick is Looking for New Submissions

A Platform for Mexican Artists in Bushwick is Looking for New Submissions

Angely Mercado @AngelyMercado Rejoice Mexican and Mexican-American artists of Bushwick. Méxtasis, a platform that celebrates and showcases work by Mexican artists is looking for new submissions.  The platform held its’ first event in the area back in 2016 and even participated in Bushwick Open Studios. And since it was successful, they’re back and in need […]

Indie Film Dead Layer Features Bushwick Graffiti

Indie Film Dead Layer Features Bushwick Graffiti

Anthony Medina @ant_not_tony Dead Layer, an indie film about a New York graffiti artist caught up in some trouble features parts of Bushwick, Brooklyn. The story is about a New York City graffiti artist who wants ambiguity from his street life, but gets mixed-up with a consequential crime that hinders his artistic progress. Cameron Douglas, […]

The Monkey on The Table: The First of Four Dutch Artist Series At Bushwick Lingerie Shop

The Monkey on The Table: The First of Four Dutch Artist Series At Bushwick Lingerie Shop

A Sneak Peek at Confetti Machine, Debuting June 1st at Outpost Artists Resources

A Sneak Peek at Confetti Machine, Debuting June 1st at Outpost Artists Resources

Works and performances range from images of gentrification to the personification of chemical compounds and software.

How to Make It in Ceramics With Nicole Brunner

How to Make It in Ceramics With Nicole Brunner

Outpost Artists Resources Aims for Inclusivity in the Ridgewood Community

Outpost Artists Resources Aims for Inclusivity in the Ridgewood Community

See and hear the space for yourself at the opening of “Earshot,” a sound-sculpture show with which the audience participates.

This Local Artist’s Exhibit Invites You to Put Reality on Hold

This Local Artist’s Exhibit Invites You to Put Reality on Hold

Jonathan Chapline’s upcoming exhibit was partially inspired by living in a small, Bushwick apartment.

Calavera’s Is an Homage to Mexican Art and Exciting Margarita Flavors

Calavera’s Is an Homage to Mexican Art and Exciting Margarita Flavors

A Local Artist Shares How She Put Together Her First Exhibition

A Local Artist Shares How She Put Together Her First Exhibition

Vicky Shum’s exhibit will run from July 27–July 30 at Rockwall Studios on 1080 Wyckoff Ave. in Ridgewood.

NSFW: ‘wwwIII’ Blurred Lines Between the Digital and Physical Worlds

NSFW: ‘wwwIII’ Blurred Lines Between the Digital and Physical Worlds

Mysterious Multisensory Event in Bushwick Will Explore Our Unsettling Digital Lives

Mysterious Multisensory Event in Bushwick Will Explore Our Unsettling Digital Lives

The mysterious event will feature local artists and food and drink by local businesses.

More Artists Have Moved to Bushwick Than to Any Other NYC Neighborhood Since 2000

More Artists Have Moved to Bushwick Than to Any Other NYC Neighborhood Since 2000

A study shows a 1116 percent increase over the past 15 years.

High Exposure: Bushwick Arts Festival is Back This Weekend!

High Exposure: Bushwick Arts Festival is Back This Weekend!

This year’s Bushwick Arts Festival includes studios, events, and art shows spread over 16 locations, featuring work from over 70 artists.

The Bushwick Collective Brought Art, Music, Fashion, and Food Together for an Epic Block Party

The Bushwick Collective Brought Art, Music, Fashion, and Food Together for an Epic Block Party

The Registration for Bushwick Open Studios 2017 is Now Open

The Registration for Bushwick Open Studios 2017 is Now Open

Don’t worry, artists, you’ve got a few months to get that studio ready for guests.

‘Am I Write, Ladies?’ Showcases Work by Female and Gender Non-Conforming Artists

‘Am I Write, Ladies?’ Showcases Work by Female and Gender Non-Conforming Artists

The series is back with a show focused on autobiography.

Artists May Not Be Responsible for Gentrification After All, Slate Essay Suggests

Artists May Not Be Responsible for Gentrification After All, Slate Essay Suggests