Etsy: #newgigeconomy

Today, Etsy released its new policy paper, "Economic Security for the Gig Economy: A Social Safety

About 2016 White Wave Gala 

WHITE WAVE dance is celebrating the 16th Anniversary season of the DUMBO Dance Festival! Come kick off the four-day dance marathon at the annual WHITE WAVE Gala at 7 p.m. on September 29, 2016. The event features WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company, New York premieres of works by Oniin Dance (Italy), Hyun Kim (Korea/Poland), Bugles Dance Theatre, Carolyn Doorman Dance and two rising choreographers, Daniel Ching and of bones || holy bynum (USA). After the performance, you're free to mingle with the cast for a cocktail. Prior to the gala, VIP cocktails are served at the Kelsey Kirland ArtsCenter from 6:00 - 6:50 p.m.

About NYFA: Folk My Life 

Established in 2012, the Folk/Traditional Arts category is the Artist’s’ Fellowship Programs’ newest offered discipline acknowledging the significant work contributed by artists that are self-taught or practicing within a cultural community or tradition. The NYFA Gallery exhibition, Folk My Life, features a selection of Fellow's and Finalists from the Folk/Traditional Arts category. The gallery will run from 22 July - 21 October 2016.
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Q+A: Ito En

The company was founded fifty years ago in 1966 with a mission to bring healthy drinks all over the world.

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Q+A: AHA

"I love the types of people who crisscross in DUMBO"

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Q+A: Girls on the Run

"We look forward to building partnerships with community businesses"

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Q+A: Big Spaceship

"We’ve been in DUMBO for 16 and a half years, and Brooklyn has become very much part of our identity."

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Q+A: Albert Beniada of Film Shop

"It’s great to rub shoulders with people doing all manner of creative things in tech and storytelling."

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Etsy: #newgigeconomy

Today, Etsy released its new policy paper, "Economic Security for the Gig Economy: A Social Safety

Q+A: Big Spaceship

"We’ve been in DUMBO for 16 and a half years, and Brooklyn has become very much part of our identity."

About Odette England: Excavations 

Home is the center-weight of Odette England’s artistic practice, with memory and forgetting being the counterbalances. Her photographs are fragile, contemplative and temporal spaces. Throughout her practice, she works with expired film, vintage cameras, damaged negatives and alternative photo processes; exploring volatility of identity, emphasizing the unstable nature of the past/present and the parent/child seesaw. These overall themes continue to be examined with Excavations, which utilizes historical photographs from the artist’s family archive. The 18 color photographs presented in the exhibition, are one-of-a-kind and unique, having undergone a meticulous and labor-intensive process of being partially erased and obscured. This process

About Opening Reception: Odette England at Klompching Gallery 

Come join Klompching Gallery as they open up their new exhibit Excavations by Odette England! Excavations is a thought-provoking body of work that is meticulously made, both in terms of physical execution and conceptual vision. These are quiet, meditative artworks, incorporating elements of abstraction, preservation of history and nostalgia, together with an active and critical comment on the malleability of the photograph, which runs counter to its continued link to truth and reality. The 18 color photographs presented in the exhibition, are one-of-a-kind and unique, having undergone a meticulous and labor-intensive process of being partially erased and obscured. This process

About Opera x Virtual Reality 

Get in the Halloween spirit with this horror opera created for Virtual Reality.
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