Q+A: Covey Law & Tamizdat

"When you get that artist that is on their first tour in the US and you get them in and you go see them play... you realize that you helped changed the trajectory of their career"

About Digital Profiling 

"Digital Profiling" could be defined as a means by which we can analyze and piece together a person's interaction with a digital data network and produce the outputs of profiling, trend analysis, market statistics, and behavioral analysis. In conjunction with NYFA's "Facial Profiling" exhibit at C24 Gallery, "Digital Profiling" explores the observed and projected self in both the digital and physical realms and subsequently invites the artist and viewer to interpret and/or project imagery as portrait. Works include visualizations that cross cultures, genders, conformity, and identity. The exhibition runs until August 31.  

About Art in General: Summer Residency Program 

This summer Art in General transforms its ground-floor gallery at 145 Plymouth Street into a space of artistic production and research. During DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk come meet our six international residents from across Eastern Europe and Asia to see, hear about and discuss their works-in-progress being developed as part of Art in General's Summer Residency Program. The exhibition runs until September 15.

About Sarah Bird: Sarah Bird 

Sarah Bird is a photography based installation artist and will be exhibiting a site specific work July and August, 2017. The exhibition runs until August 29.

About Shifting Perspectives: Photographs of Brooklyn’s Waterfront 

This exhibition features the work of two dozen photographers whose images crisscross the Brooklyn shoreline, from Newtown Creek to Jamaica Bay. By picturing decades of Brooklyn’s coastal scenery, including its changing industrial and postindustrial environment, the exhibition presents dramatic panoramic vistas; spectacular aerial views; glimpses of popular recreational attractions, particularly in nearby Brooklyn Bridge Park and at Coney Island; and other scenes, including those impacted by natural or manmade forces, as well as by gentrification. The exhibition runs until September 10.
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Q+A: Jason Kelly, Laundry Service + Cycle

"Just want to say how proud I am to have been here as a part of the DUMBO community for these past five years."

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Q+A: Covey Law & Tamizdat

"When you get that artist that is on their first tour in the US and you get them in and you go see them play... you realize that you helped changed the trajectory of their career"

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Q+A: Come Out & Play

"The Archway is such an iconic space to do it!" Greg Trefry

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Q+A: TuneCore

DUMBO is an artsy area, it’s a cool place and TuneCore is cool, right?

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Q+A: frog design

"Finding a space like {our DUMBO office} has dramatically improved the way we work together."

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Q+A: frog design

"Finding a space like {our DUMBO office} has dramatically improved the way we work together."

About Come Out and Play 

Don't miss this annual highlight! For a fourth year, Come Out and Play After Dark will turn the streets of DUMBO into a giant arcade, with social party games, life-sized physical video games and wild new street games. We're talking “Lost in Time," where players use a smartphone app to role-play as crack journalists and track down all-American poet Walt Whitman, who has become unstuck in time and lost in DUMBO; “Higher than the Stars,” described as a game about night as a space in which to explore identity and what it feels like to sneak out of your house at night when you’re 13 to hang out

About Light Year 29: We the Hell Am I 

LIGHT YEAR 29: We the Hell Am I Video Art Exhibit projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Thursday, September 7 7 - 10pm In the Pearl Street Triangle (Water St & Pearl St.) DUMBO, Brooklyn Curated by Erin Joyce Projects Artists: Andrew Erdos, Nicholas Galanin, Liss LaFleur and Dylan McLaughlin. How do we create identity? Is it entirely of the self, or are there ancillary factors that influence the way we identify our persona. We The Hell am I, redresses and examines place, past histories, gender roles, traumas, contemporary mythologies, and movement through time and space as an amalgam and pastiche of complex identity construction. Featuring works

About Live at the Archway: Los Chantas 

A milogna in the Archway: infusing classic tangos with new life.
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