Date: March 9th 2018

Hello lovelies,

We are back with our weekly events listings! Sorry again about missing the email last week.

- Tomorrow! Swing House 10th Anniversary: step into our immersive 1920s speakeasy, with live music, burlesque, gambling, champagne, and dancing. We've gotten a lot of questions about the pay-what-you-wish RSVP list we announced last week as our gift to you, so here are two specific options: 1) the list - everyone has to RSVP on our site to keep things fair (no +1s); the first 50 on the RSVP list to arrive will get the discount; the list will be closed at 100 RSVPs, likely by tonight. 2) guaranteed tickets - we've put up a secret discount on the ticket page: use code "flashsale" to get two-for-one admission, $10 ea.

- Friday after next, 3.23, The Cocktail Experiment: our now-monthly craft cocktail pop-up with Miss Scorpio and friends behind the bar. Bring a challenge ingredient and see what recipe we come up with on the spot, or just come to escape the crush of weekend bars.

- In three weeks, Fri 3.30, the return of our Goth vs Kawaii dance party AND a screening of Beetlejuice for its 30th anniversary! We are *very* excited about this one, and we know some of you have been asking when we'll bring back this theme since we first did it last Halloween.

There are other fun things happening at our loft in this time, too (Jason Webley performing live! Abracadabra dance party! Erotic film screening with pornographer Stoya!). We'll list the G-rated ones on our site, but if you want to be certain to hear of them as soon as they're posted, give a "like" to our official G&S Loft Facebook page and make sure your notifications are on: (and if it's the R/X-rated ones you're after, check out the House of Scorpio link in our signature).


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PARTY: 3.10

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Swing House 10th Anniversary: 1920s speakeasy, remixed

Sat, March 10, 9pm-late (dance class 9:30pm), 21+ (25+ recommended)
$20 until 12:30am, $10 after for electro-swing dance party
Gemini & Scorpio Loft, must RSVP for Gowanus, BK address

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A classic speakeasy party in a secret Brooklyn loft, with live swingin' sounds by vintage jazz bands, blazing burlesque divas, exotic cocktails, and the best electro-swing DJs remixing and reinventing vintage grooves late into the night. "Gatsby-era fun with a twist of new-school vibe" (The Village Voice).

The night starts with an introductory dance class for swing basics by Brooklyn Swings, who teach at our loft every Monday night. Then a celebratory free champagne toast at 10pm, before we kick off the live entertainment.

Live music until 1am by likely the most-booked band of Swing House's history: Queen Esther and the The Hot Five, playing sultry originals and expert renditions of rare all-American standards from the 1920s-30s. Burlesque fabulousness during and between band sets. Sweet remixed vintage beats after, until the dancing is done.

Plus: the gambling den! A taste of our casino nights, with a poker tournament and a roulette table going till at least 1am. You could win drinks and tickets to future events, and yes, if you have casino credit on file with us, you can use it to play.

Dress code (required): The Jazz Age never ended, it just got funky. Dress accordingly: "An event worth wearing that ridiculous zoot suit for." - TimeOut NY; "Corsets and top hats tweaked with studs and leather are totally appropriate." - The New York Times. Suggestions: vintage (1920s-1940s) with a modern twist, cabaret, burlesque, Weimar Berlin, classic Hollywood, classy, sassy, tailored, hats, feathers, sequins, beads. Effort required. Dress code modern-friendly after 1am for the electro-swing dance party.

DRINKS: 3.23

Gemini & Scorpio

The Cocktail Experiment + March Babies Birthday Party

Fri, March 23 (and every fourth Friday), 9pm-2am, FREE admission, 21+ (25+ recommended)
Plus: FREE drinks if you bring a cocktail ingredient*
$6 per experiment / $17 flight of three / cash only

Gemini & Scorpio Loft, Gowanus, BK
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Social media: @gemini_scorpio / #geminiandscorpio

For the first time ever, we're opening our doors as a craft cocktail lounge on a set monthly schedule. Every fourth Friday, enjoy inventive cocktails in a better-than-bar atmosphere: a sexy low-lit loft, lots of couches, sprawling roof, chill music, serious skills behind the bar, no attitude, no cover. Weekend bars are awful; come hide out here. We'll make you something delicious.

Plus, the Experiment: craft cocktail pop-up meets Iron Chef. One kickass bartender, a fully stocked bar, and YOU bringing a liquid challenge: a bottle of something unusual for our pro to turn into a one-of-a-kind cocktail. If your bottle is used in creation of a cocktail, you and up to three friends get a complimentary round. No two cocktails will be the same, and all will be delicious.

Is your birthday in March? Your first drink is on the house (show us your ID). You can even get in touch to reserve a couch, arrange party favors, etc. For everyone else: free un-birthday treats!

*Tips on bringing ingredients: we welcome both liquor and mixer challenges, but please no basic juices or sodas...that's not what craft cocktails are made of. Consider: half-size bottles, homemade infusions or syrups, that forgotten bottle of weird booze you don't know what to do with, inexpensive amaros, bitters or vermouths. Most importantly, since whatever you brought will be in your free cocktail round, choose flavors you enjoy!


Gemini & Scorpio
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Beetlejuice 30th anniversary screening
Goth vs Kawaii dance party

Friday, 8-9:30pm movie / 9:30pm-late dance party, 21+ with ID (25+ suggested), $10
Gemini and Scorpio Loft, Gowanus, BK
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Music, dancing, visuals, lounging, cocktails. And a screening of Beetlejuice! Dress up encouraged, but not required.

DJ Ceremony (Svmmon: a dark dance experience, Disintegration - The Cure immersion party) will spin goth, industrial, synth, darkwave, trip-hop, dark 80s. More DJs TBA.

Dress up ideas, Goth version: black, goth, dark Lolita, neo-Victorian, steampunk, ninja warrior, fetish, Edward Scissorhands. Kawaii version: pink, pastel goth, Lolita, rainbow glitter uincorn, Harajuku, anime, Hello Kitty. Anything Beetlejuice, of course.

/// NYC EVENTS: 3/9-3/15 ///


The annual festival for the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP), where process becomes the focus. This year’s program features six workshop presentations that blur the boundaries between dance, theatre, music, new media, puppetry, and visual art. The fest is vital testing ground, an environment where you can sample live art in progress, provide feedback, and play a crucial role in the development of new work. (Fri/Sat, HERE 145 Sixth Ave, 7pm, $15)

FEST: CultureHub’s Refest 2.0
CultureHub's annual festival will bridge communication between artists, activists, and technologists to explore technology's role in shaping our future. In this "un-conference", participants will engage in performances, exhibitions, demonstrations, and open dialogue sessions that will question the ways in which creative technologies enhances or limit our personal and collective freedoms. (Fri 7pm/Sat 1pm, La MaMa Galleria, 47 Great Jones St, FREE)

THEATER: New York Shakespeare Convention
This festival celebrates theater and the people who make it, knowing the majority of New York theater happens in smaller spaces: in apartments, art galleries, restaurants, and basements. On Friday the fest presents “5 Ways Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream”, a five-act play with each act presented by a different company. Saturday is the ShakesCon Symposium and “5 Ways Shakespeare: Henry V” in the evening, also with each act presented by a different company. (Fri/Sat 7pm show/Sat 12pm convention, The Center at West Park, 165 West 86th St, $10-$60)

FEST: Radio Love Fest
For the fifth year running, BAM presents a one-of-a-kind celebration of innovative radio, live on stage. From a new edition of The Moth to a behind-the-scenes look at S-Town, it’s a weekend-long celebration of the personalities, stories, and shows of public radio. Featured presentations include “Science is Everywhere” with Neil deGrasse Tyson, An Evening with Ira Glass, and more. (Fri-Sun, BAM, multiple buildings, see site for details, $35-$65)

ART: Highline Open Studios
On this self-guided tour, visitors will have exclusive access to private artists' studios based in the heart of the West Chelsea Arts District, where visitors will have exclusive access to over 60 private artists' studios in more than 10 buildings. Friday opening reception. (Fri-Sun, multiple locations, see site for details, FREE)

A group of fierce femme-know-thisfatales have gathered to show their awe-inspiring work. A different piece is presented each night: “Possessed is a Verb” by Cherry Lou Sy, “The Kind of Thing You Don’t Talk About” by Asia Gagnon, “Daydream Tutorial”
by Maiko Kikuchi, “My Immortal: A Dramatic! !!! Reading xD” adapted by Milo Jordan and Shannon Lippert, “The Two Sisters: or The Devil Beats His Wife” by Christopher Audley Puglisi and directed by Kat Yen, “this party sucks” by Sofya Levitsky-Weitz and directed by Sarah Blush, “Do Not Obey in Advance” by Emily Oliveira. (Fri-Wed, Wild Project, 195 E 3rd St, see site for details, $10-$20)

FOOD: The 13Th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival
Join more than 75 exhibitors from around the globe as they pour tastings of their finest coffees and teas and introduce you to new and award-winning products! This international extravaganza celebrating all things coffee and tea will offer two days of seminars from well-known industry pros and pioneers, pairings, tastings, and more! The 28,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall will also feature some of the most delectable sweet and savory foods to compliment the spectacular collection of coffees and teas. (Sat/Sun, Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble St, BK, 10am VIP/12pm-5pm, $10-$35)

THEATER: The Visitation - a new immersive theater experience in the oldest house in NYC
1682. Child, mother, father, servant, priest, a young girl’s claim of witchcraft. The search for truth. In a small dark house, there are no secrets. Run-time is 70 minutes, no intermission. Audiences are not seated and expected to move throughout the performance venue. The house is one story, but requires short steps to get between certain rooms. Opportunities to sit for patrons that require it. There is a mandatory coat & bag check. (Sat 7pm & 9pm/Thu 8pm, this week and next, Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum, 5816 Clarendon Rd, BK, $40)

ART: Anything Graff: Graffiti and related works
New work from local Graffiti Artists. Anything from wild style, to bubble letters, floaters, paste-ups, stencils, and anything else you might find on the street. Graffiti has been working it's way into museums and private collections over the past few decades, but it has always held a special place in our hearts. RSVP and donate any ammount to support Con Artist Collective's continuing mission to provide affordable workspace, showing opportunities, and workshops to NYC's emerging art scene. Gallery Party Wednesday, 7pm-11pm. (Mon-Thu, this week and next, Con Artist Collective & Gallery, 119 Ludlow St, 11am-7pm, sugg don)

FILM: Cinekink NYC – 15th Annual Kinky Film Festival
Set for its 15th anniversary appearance, the "kinky film festival" will feature a specially-curated program of films and videos that celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality. Among the highlights this year are the program “Come Again?,” a 15th anniversary screening of sizzling new shorts from CineKink alumni filmmakers, as well as “Consent Counts,” a #MeToo-inspired screening and panel discussion, and “Sex & Monsters,” a round-up of films that explore beastly desires lurking deep inside. In addition to film screenings, the event will also feature a gala kick-off celebration, a filmmaker crowdfunding workshop, and an “AfterGlow” play party to close the festivities. (Wed/Thu, this week and next, various locations, see site for details)


FUNDRAISER: Imperatrix Zine Launch: A Planned Parenthood Benefit
To celebrate and honor creatives who have paved the way for fellow female/ non-binary identifying innovators, we’ve created Imperatrix- a zine designed to inspire the next generation of creative vanguards. This first issue of the zine is designed to spark a desire to learn more about the groundbreaking artists that have profiled, their fields and styles, and demonstrate the diverse variety of paths to a lifetime of artistic discoveries. With the help of artists in the creative community, the zine was created and manufactured for distribution to raise donations for the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. The evening will feature donation-based beverages, goodies, premium copies of the zine, and opportunities to mingle and flex your creative muscles with fellow artists and Planned Parenthood advocates. (New Women Space, 188 Woodpoint Rd, BK, 7pm-10pm, FREE)

ART: Juxtapoz Spring 2018 Issue Release Party
The team at Juxtapoz Magazine in celebrating the release of their new Spring 2018 Quarterly. Alongside the issue release, Superchief will be opening a brand new group show, There Will Never Be A Gallery Big Enough, featuring a bunch of Juxtapoz friends, including, Jillian Evelyn (featured in the issue), Lolo YS, Alex Yanes, Jose Mertz, Bonethrower, Homelesscop, Yu Maeda and more. With DJ sets by Cobrayama, Toribio, Epci B and Hateboy (Superchief Gallery NY, 1628 Jefferson Ave, QNS, 8pm-11:59pm, FREE)

COMMUNITY: Mr(s) BK: Round 1
Taking place at a different Brooklyn venue every Friday in March. TEN contestants each week battle it out for the prize of $200 and move onto the grand finale on April 4th where they fight for the cash prize of $500 and the highly coveted title of Mr(s) Bk. Plot twist; joining each winner will also be the “runner up” chosen by the audience. Hosted by Acid Betty with DJ’s Bushwig’s Horrorchata & Merrie Cherry. (Secret Project Robot, 1186 Broadway, BK, 8pm doors/10pm competition, $15 adv/$20 door, 21+)

PARTY: Aretha Vs Chaka an Aretha Franklin & Chaka Khan Party
Celebrating the music of the First Ladies of Soul & Funk, Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan with The Illustrious Blacks, DJ Manchildblack & Monstah Black (live) and special guests. (C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave, BK, 11pm-4am, $8, 21+)


ART: Flux City 6
This is an homage to the temporary communities of Flux Factory and an exploration of cities as created and idealized by individuals and small groups. During each week an artist will create a city, or their interpretation of city-ness in the gallery creating a broad and all encompassing installation work which culminates in a public opening for that city and a destruction event meant to bring about its end – organized by a separate artist or group. Each week the City builders will repurpose the materials left behind by those who came before as we collectively meditate upon cycles of politics, ownership, creation and destruction. This week features “City with a Diamond Heart” with experimental performances and music. (Flux Factory, 39-31 29th St, LIC, 10am-10pm, $sugg don)

WORD: Making Brooklyn Bloom 2018
Inspired by Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s ongoing, multifaceted Green Garden, Green City initiative, this year’s conference will lead community conversations regarding issues of urban ecology, wellness, stewardship, and the connections required of concerned citizens engaged in transforming lives and neighborhoods. In addition to workshops, panel discussions, breakout sessions, and more, this year’s Making Brooklyn Bloom will mark the conference’s return to the Palm House, where visitors are invited to network with dozens of NYC greening organizations. (Palm House, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 10am-4pm, FREE)

ART: Opening Receptions for “Seed/Pond” and “The Floating World”
“Seed/Pond” seeks to bridge the divide between internal and external perception by offering large-scale algorithmic ink drawings to ponder as well as the opportunity to physically navigate through a gallery-wide floor drawing installation. On view in The Main Gallery. “The Floating World” consists of a series of glass orbs, suspended and connected in a hybrid style of shibari and ukidama, or Japanese fishing floats. Each orb holds a floating artifact of the artist's relationship with a member of their community. On view in the Glass House. (The Invisible Dog Art Center, 51 Bergen St, BK, 6pm-9pm, FREE)

MUSIC: Ambient Church: Ellen Arkbro: Organ & Electronics/Deradoorian
A nomadic experiential event series dedicated to working with artists to bring new ecologies to architecturally unique spaces through audio visual performance. The Immersive Sound & Light Environment features Ellen Arkbro - pipe organ & electronics; Deradoordian - vocalist, multi-instrumentalist; Quasim Naqvi - drummer, composer, and member of the group Dawn of Midi; Lemon Guo - singer, composer and sound artist. (First Unitarian Church, 50 Monroe Pl, 7pm doors/8pm-11pm show, $25)

ART: Floriography group art show
A collection of artwork inspired by the symbolic language of plants and flowers. Exhibiting artists have drawn on a variety of cultural traditions and historical examples as well as their own personal vocabulary; from the mysterious and otherworldly blue rose to the ancient San Pedro, each piece created for this show is ripe with secret meaning. (Gristle Tattoo+Art Gallery, 26 Bushwick Ave, BK, 7pm-9pm, FREE)

PARTY: JFREJ Purimshpil: Purim Unleashed: An Oracular Heist
It's been described as "The Radical Queer Purim Spiel You MUST Attend". All your favorite Purim characters will feature, but maybe not in ways you expect. Anticipate music, satire, irreverence, puppets, glitter, doykeit, joy, confusion and lots of fun. This year's production features five time-bending and shape-shifting locations, including a dog-laden carousel with hidden messages, a succulent and sustaining lounge inside a pomegranate, a chilling museum of seven generations of white supremacy, and the post-capitalist post office staffed by liberated plants and animals. Between the sets enjoy traditional Syrian and Egyptian dance music from Oum Kalthoum, Sabah Fakhri; Legacy Women - NYC's all-star female Afro-Puerto Rican and Afro-Dominican roots band, playing Bomba, Palos, Salves, Congos, Plenas and more; Rude Mechanical Orchestra New York's radical street protest and party band. Plus Dj Ripley with her ferociously adventurous blend of global street bass sounds. (East Midwo
od Jewish Center, 1625 Ocean Ave, BK, 8pm-3am, $12-$20)

ART/PERFORMANCE: Queer Trash Presents: Brutal Measures
Queer Trash cruises in relentless pursuit of bodily disruptions and sonic deviance against avant-normativity; the collective promises an evening of unhinged sound, linguistic onslaught, and remorseless rupture of the structures of power and subjugation in which everyone is implicated. Brutal Measures is a collaboration between Lydia Lunch and Weasel Walter, two innovators of the most challenging, aggressive, and uncompromising nether regions of no wave, free jazz, electroacoustic composition, and spoken word. (Issue Project Room, 22 Boerum Pl, BK, 8pm, $15)

VARIETY: EAT ME! A Variety Show
The Brides of Burlesque, with Kinetic Cabaret Productions, announce the premiere of this evening with no filters. Featuring cirque, song, performance art and burlesque it is provocative, playfully pissed off and delightfully disgusting. Hosts: The Brides of Burlesque. Performances by: Faux Pas le Fae, Aurora North, Shelly Watson, Darlinda Just Darlinda, Lucy Licious (Juanita Cardenas), and special guest from Toronto, Strawberry Cherie. Stage Unicorn: Qualms Galore. Door Diva: Dara Elizabeth. Music Master: Stormageddon. (Bizarre Bushwick, 12 Jefferson St, BK, 8pm doors/8:30pm show-10pm, $10 sugg don)


MUSIC: Vladimir Vysotsky: 80th Birthday Commemoration Concert
This very special concert is dedicated to the songs of Vladimir Vysotsky, a Russian singer-songwriter, poet, and actor whose career had an immense and enduring effect on Soviet and Russian culture. Done in commemoration of Vysotsky's 80th birthday, the concert will feature various artists performing his songs, including perhaps the most famous performer of Vysotsky's works, Vitaliy Katsabashvili. (Bard Studio, 1974 Coney Island Ave, BK, 6:30pm, $20)


WORD: The Long and Fascinating History of Toilets
Contrary to popular belief, Thomas Crapper did not invent the toilet. But who did? Better yet, when did people first start using toilets? And were they anything like the toilets we know today? This class will explore the long and fascinating history of toilets, from ancient Mesopotamia to today. The class will be partly interactive, so bring all of your most curious questions and taboo tales. (Prospect Heights Brainery, 190 Underhill Ave, BK, 6:30pm-8pm, $10)

PARTY: Kiki and Mojo present Abracadabra: An Old School Warholian Underground Dance Party
Longing for a no-nonsense night out with contemporaries and a guaranteed good time? Abracadabra! Harkening to New York City's Warholian underground dance parties of old but with a more sophisticated edge -- we've all grown up, right?! - join guests who love to let loose and put down their smart phones for a night of socializing, music, dance, and delectable craft cocktails in a fabulous Brooklyn speakeasy. Featuring a special curated music set from NY nightlife icon DJ MOJO. Lots of comfy seating to chat and mingle, a dance floor space to get your groove on, dark corners to make out like teenagers, and delicious craft cocktails await you. An early start and end means you can have a great night out with an amazing soundtrack and be guilt-free: get home in time to sleep at a reasonable hour (if you choose), relieve the babysitter, or walk the dog. Enter email for street address to purchase at the door: (Gemini & Scorpio Loft, address
with purchase or email, BK, 8pm-12am, $12.34-$25)

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PUPPETS: Jim Henson Foundation now accepting Letters of Intent for 2019 granting cycle - Deadline 3/12
The Jim Henson Foundation awards grants each year for the creation and development of innovative works of puppet theater. If you would like to be considered for a grant, the first step is to submit a letter of intent on or before March 12, 2018. The letter of intent is comprised of two pages, a 1 page letter and a 1 page visual. See site for details. Approximately half of the applicants submitting letters of intent will be asked to submit full proposals. Letters of intent will be reviewed at the Spring board meeting, and applicants will be notified of the board's decision by June 1, 2018.


ART: Solid Light Works - Anthony McCall
This exhibition marks the artist’s first institutional exhibition in New York and first time that his vertical installations will be shown alongside their horizontal variants. Requiring over thirty feet of clearance from floor to ceiling, very few New York venues can accommodate these six-colossal works. The epic vertical and horizontal installations will fill Pioneer Works’ monumental main hall, which will be completely blacked out and immersed in haze. (thru 3/11, Wed-Sun, Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St, BK, 12pm-6pm, FREE)

THEATER: 2018 EstroGenius Festival - A Celebration Of Female Voices
The longest running festival celebrating the work of women and gender non-conforming artists in NYC. Begun in 2000 as a short-play festival, the festival has launched and supported hundreds of artists in its 18 years. 2018 includes evenings of multiple makers in the new SPILL Series, as well as events outside of the theatre on the streets of NYC. Currently at the helm of the festival are Melissa Riker and Maura Nguyen Donohue. The Short play series is produced by Vinnie Marano. (thru 3/25, The Kraine Theatre, E 4th St, see site for details)

ART: Monstrosities 2018
This year’s exhibit features the work of 30 amazing US and Japanese Kaiju artists. (thru 4/1, myplasticheart toy store & gallery, 210 Forsyth St)

ART: Then She Did Curated by Lori Zimmer and Melissa McCaig-Welles
This mixed media group exhibition features works by Alexandra Momin, Alice Mizrachi, Alison Mosshart, AW Sommers, Audrey Dimola, Caitlin Harris, Chinon Maria, Elizabeth Winnel, INDIE 184, Janette Beckman, Joanne Leah, Karen Dimit, Kathryn Rose, Katrina del Mar, Kendra Heisler, Lady Pink, Marne Lucas, Paola Martinez, Queen Andrea, Rebecca Reeve, Swoon Studio, Vahge Art and Vicky Barranguet. Curators’ note: The artists from Then She Did not only choose who they want to be but, how they want to think and how they want to influence others. They take us on a journey through the personal revolutions of everyday women in America, whose diverse methods and beliefs are only stronger when unified. (thru 4/7, Thu 6pm-10pm/Sat & Sun 11am-6pm, Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Ave, LIC, FREE)

ART: Gamelatron: Sonic Kinetic Sculptures by Aaron Taylor Kuffner, solo exhibition
The exhibition is a dialogue with the emerging field of robotics, sound resonance and it's effect on the psyche. This is Kuffner's most extensive exhibition of Gamelatron artworks to date. Within the gallery's various spaces he is presenting 7 Gamelatrons. The show features over 80 robotized gongs and 6 never seen before artworks. There is seating with benches, rugs, and pillows. Kuffner has transformed the gallery into a urban sanctuary, internationalizing the exhibition as an offering. (thru 4/8, Tue-Sun, Crossing Collective Gallery, 559 W 23rd St, 10am-6pm, FREE)

ART: Seed/Pond by Halsey Chait
“Seed/Pond” seeks to bridge the divide between internal and external perception by
offering large-scale algorithmic ink drawings to ponder as well as the opportunity
to physically navigate through a gallery-wide floor drawing installation. (thru 4/22, The Invisible Dog Art Center, Main Gallery, 51 Bergen St, BK, see site for details, FREE)

ART: The Floating World by Emma Sulkowicz
The Floating World consists of a series of glass orbs, suspended and connected in
a hybrid style of shibari and ukidama, or Japanese fishing floats. Each orb holds
a floating artifact of the artist's relationship with a member of their community.
(thru 4/22, The Invisible Dog Art Center, Glass House, 51 Bergen St, BK, see site for details, FREE)

ART: David Bowie is
This exhibit has been touring globally for the past five years and presents approximately 400 objects drawn primarily from the David Bowie Archive, including the artist’s original costumes, handwritten lyric sheets from famous songs, original album art, photographs, and videos, all tracing Bowie’s creative process from his teenage years in England through his last twenty years, when he resided in New York City. The archive is presented within an immersive, multimedia installation that includes continuous audio along with projected animation and video. All tickets include Sennheiser headphones for a complete audiovisual experience. Advance ticket purchase strongly recommended. (thru 7/15, Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, BK, $20 weekday/$25 weekends/FREE members)

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