The online platform lets hosts and organizers plan showcases to feature the work of local performers in temporary DIY spaces.
This weekend, the annual Northside Festival will take acrossNorth Brooklyn
Local arts organization Arts in Bushwick held a much anticipated town hall meeting Wednesday night to discuss the decennial of popular annual Bushwick Open Studios, which will be held on the first weekend of October this year, announcing some programming changes and providing the public with opportunities to give input and find a way to get involved as volunteers in the BOS planning process
“Méxtasis,” a local art show planned for early June, is seeking work by Mexican artists organized around the themes of their country of origin and the concept of ecstasy
The Princess of Atlantis is possessed! The possessor, a greedy sea witch, schemes to manipulate the King into building a lucrative (and environmentally unsustainable) car factory in the lost city
Did you know that when students have higher access to the arts they are three times more likely to win an award for school attendance; receive 96 more points on the SATS on average; are three times more likely to earn a Bachelor’s degree, and four times more likely to own a business than a high school dropout?
Torrential Downpour of Laughter_Brooklyn Comedy Festival Poster_Geoff Pomella We’re all in need for some laughs lately; The world seems to be falling apart in many different ways. On the lighter side, there will always be laughter to brighten our days, and thankfully the Second Annual Brooklyn Comedy Festival starts today! The BCF was founded and organized by performers and producers […]
Each week Bushwick Daily brings you a new Artist FlashCard introducing an amazing artist living/working/showing in Bushwick who you need to know
Last Friday SIGNAL held an opening reception for their group show, This Is the Prism the Spider Dreams of as It Weaves Its Web, featuring works by Eric Mack, Ryan Chin, Kristina Lee, Katie Loselle, Andrew Ross, Jennifer Packer, and Marley Freeman, and curated by the artist Benjamin Horns
The Yearbook Project by Rafael Fuchs (Photo courtesy of Rafael Fuchs)If you walk into Fuchs Projects at 56 Bogart, you may go down in Bushwick history
3rd Ward may have had its faults (more of them than we imagined, it seems), but there was something deeply inspiring about a huge workspace and resource center designed especially for Brooklyn’s many talented creators, and we’d be lying if we told you its presence won’t be missed
For Norte Maar, year 2012 will forever be connected with John Cage, and the 100th anniversary of his birth