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About Verdant: A Sound Tasting on Swale with Biome Arts 

Experimental music aboard the Swale? We're in! Don't miss this exciting concert happening on Saturday, October 1 from 8 - 10 p.m. Music is presented by Biome Arts and Tenth Intervention and curated by Sally Bozzuto. During the event, there will be musical stylings from Nathan Hall, Eve Beglarian, Sally Buzzuto, Forian Wallace and Hajnal Pivnick featuring members of the Tenth Intervention Ensemble...and much more! Feel free to bring a chair, yoga mat or blanket to sit on during this event. All ages are welcome! The event is FREE, however, you MUST register for a ticket to the event as there is

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.

About 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. Group Show Artist List: Carrie Hill, Mary Tooley Parker, Zhong-Hua Lu, Hongyi He, Kesler Pierre, Bonnie Gale, Wang Guowei, Camille Yeung, and Vít Hořejš with special performances from Annie Ferdous and Benjamin Rosen. For more information on the gallery, please click here. This gallery will run through October

About Gallery GAIA: BUDDHA 

Contemporary BUDDHIST Art by artists from India, Thailand, and USA. To counterbalance the Hate in the World, these artists bring Compassion to Light through imagery...paintings, prints and sculpture. The gallery will run from 29 August - 2 October 2016

About Split Level: Melanie’s Street 

Split Level Gallery presents Melanie's Street by Melanie Hope Greengerg; a look at 35 yrs ago to the present. An art show for children of all ages. The gallery will run from 31 August - 30 October 2016

About Museum Quality: Baroque Masters on Cardboard 

Museum Quality presents Baroque Masters on Cardboard by Sophie Iremonger. "The original Botticelli work has always annoyed me due the ridiculous anatomy of the Venus with her elongated neck.This annoyance evolved into an exploration of other old master paintings and an attempt to reclaim them as pagan, feminist and queer" - Sophie Iremonger (Dublin) The gallery will run from 1 September - 1 October 2016

About Creativebloch Gallery: September Stimuli 

Come visit the studio and gallery of our resident artists, Joe Bloch and Alejandro Caiazza. Learn about the techniques used to create the art, checkout the art and have a great time! The gallery will run from 1 September - 1 October 2016.

About Melanie hope Greenburg: Melanie’s street 

Illustrations from 35 yrs of making children's books and greeting cards. An art show for children of all ages. There will also be a book reading on October 8, 2016 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. This exhibit will run through October 30, 2016.

About Yvette Drury Dubinsky: ON THE MOVE 

In ON THE MOVE, Dubinsky meditates on the exodus from Syria, a place where she traveled just before the beginning of the ongoing civil war, and where she is still has many contacts. She connects what is going on currently there with other population displacements: from Europe and Africa to the New World, (specifically to her own locations: Cape Cod, New York, St. Louis and Chicago), and to the Great Migration of African Americans during the 20th century from the South to the North and West within the United States. Her artwork draws on her life experiences as well as

About Yun Shin: Filtering 

Filtering takes its name from a physical, labor intensive, and ongoing practice, and also refers to the process of tracing to create an abstract pattern using carbon paper. Historically, carbon paper was used to make copies simultaneously from an original document. Yun Shin uses its historical application in her work to copy texts. Filtering features two abstract patterns on paper as well as carbon papers, which show evidence of tracing. For additional details on this exhibit, please click here. This gallery will be open through October 9, 2016.

About Nancy Morrow & Erin Wiersma: With/drawn 

With/drawn is show of new works on paper by Nancy Morrow and Erin Wiersma. The show’s title is a nod to the overlap between Morrow and Wiersma as makers. Their shared position originates with the materiality and process of working on paper and is drawn from their reflections and experiences as individuals. For additional details on this exhibit, please click here. This gallery will be open through October 9, 2016.

About Leslie Roberts: FYEO 

MINUS SPACE presents Leslie Roberts: FYEO, the Brooklyn-based artist’s first solo exhibition of new paintings at the gallery. Roberts’ works translate found, quotidian language into abstract, patterned structures, which she refers to as “illuminated manuscripts of the everyday.” For additional information on the gallery, please click here. This exhibit runs through October 29, 2016.

About Main Window: Viviane Rombaldi Seppey 

Viviane Rombaldi Seppey will create a site specific installation made with recycled plastic and acetate. The window is located at 1 Main street, (next door to Atrium Restaurant) and is viewable from the street 24/7, until 10 November, 2016.

About Brooklyn Flea 

Drop by for some amazing finds and good food!

About Public Food: A Science of the Living City Event Aboard Swale 

Don't miss out on a public discussion happening at the Pier 6 Promenade on October 4 from 6 - 8 p.m.! Community members and experts will be discussing the topic of growing food in public spaces. Community gardening and urban farming are hot topics right now and you're invited to be part of the discussion. Swale is a collaborative floating food project "dedicated to rethinking NYC's connection to our needs for sustenance." Swale is an edible forest garden built on a 130 foot by 40 foot floating platform. Swale is combining public art and service by providing free and healthy food

About Live Music and Standup 

Come listen to live music and standup at DUMBO Kitchen.

About Working Moms Group 

Going back to work is a huge transition for mom and baby. Whether you are planning to work full-time, part-time, at the office, or from home, the careful harmony you have developed is now in flux. Who knew work-life balance would be this hard? Dealing with childcare, pumping, sleep schedules, and just missing your little one are bound to make the upheaval even harder.  Groups are geared toward providing the emotional support and tips essential to keeping your sanity as a working mom.

About DUMBO Farmer’s Market 

Down to Earth Markets joins the DUMBO BID every Wednesday for a farmer's market in the Pearl Street Triangle. Farm fresh veggies, locally raised meats, baked goods and specialty treats that use organic, local and sustainable practices right at your doorstep! The market is rain or shine. For an updated list of who's at the market & what's in season, as well as additional programming such as music, community events & textile recycling, check out the Farmer's Market page here.

About Light Year presents “Digital Fairytales: Album One” 

LIGHT YEAR 18: DIGITAL FAIRYTALES: ALBUM ONE Single channel videos projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Thursday, October 6 Dusk - 10pm In the Pearl Street Triangle (Water St & Pearl St.) DUMBO, Brooklyn Curated by Sandra Ratkovic and Leo Kuelbs Album One Artists: Rani Messias + Kinga Toth , Sarah Mock + Daniela Imhoff, Richard Jochum + Kriss Roebling, Integrated Visions + Miss Natasha Enquist, Radka Salmannova, Thomas Rotenberg, Josh Graham Celebrate Octoberfest with seven brand new, Fairy tale-based videos projected onto the Manhattan Bridge! Curators Leo Kuelbs and Sandra Ratkovic present “Digital Fairy Tales: Album One,” a free flowing set

About Book Launch: Chloe Caldwell 

Caldwell presents a series of disarmingly frank essays on sexuality, celebrity, T.J. Maxx, acne, off-brand chocolate, almost-little-sisters, Craigslist, wanting to write, and the eternal what-should-I-do-with-my-life. Writer Ashley Ford joins. For more information, please call 718.666.3049 RSVP appreciated: RSVP@powerHouseArena.com

About Here and Now Series 

Alternate Universe for Piano and Theremin Rob Schwimmer, piano and theremin

About MOUTH: Free Craft whiskey by Van Brunt 

Come out to MOUTH Indie Spirits + Wine Gallery for a free craft whiskey tasting. Must be 21 years of age to participate. Cheers!

About Brooklyn Black Tie Ball 

The Brooklyn Black Tie Ball is just around the corner. As of now, dinner tickets are sold out -- but not to fear -- they're expecting a few seats to open up in the coming days. Be sure to get your name on the waiting list now. Email Erin Blondes at eblondes@brooklynbridgepark.org to get your name on the list. You'll be notified if and when tickets become available. But...'After Party' tickets are still available! Dress code is 'Brooklyn Black Tie' -- think fun and less formal than your usual black tie event. Bring your dance shoes and your sweet tooth because this is going

About 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. Group Show Artist List: Carrie Hill, Mary Tooley Parker, Zhong-Hua Lu, Hongyi He, Kesler Pierre, Bonnie Gale, Wang Guowei, Camille Yeung, and Vít Hořejš with special performances from Annie Ferdous and Benjamin Rosen. For more information on the gallery, please click here. This gallery will run through October

About An Awful Lot Has Changed – An Alumni Exhibition 

The New York Studio Residency Program is pleased to announce its second show at Seminar and we'd like you to join us for the exhibition of works by past and recent alumni of the AICAD studio residency. “An awful lot has changed since 1992... The New York Studio Residency Program has proven to be an important touchstone in the development of more artists than one may be aware of. Many of the artists selected for this exhibition have passed through the program at different times with experiences that vary widely. That being said, there is still an abundant sense of

About Tsaurah Litzy: ALL THINGS WITH LOVE 

Small Collage: As a collage artist I cut and assemble images from old magazines to create visual poems. In this way I recycle what has been discarded into pictures to bring pleasure to the eye and the mind. For additional information on this gallery, please click here. This gallery will run through October 30, 2016.

About GROUP ART SHOW: ECLECTRICITY* 

Introducing ECLECTRICITY*, a Group Art show with over 20 artists! Come see amazing work that is both eclectic and energizing. Curated by Joe Bloch. Group Show Artist List: Alejandro Caiazza, Scott Teplin, David Platt, Tiziana Mazziotto, Robert Samartino, Julie Severino, Martha LeDuc, Jade Chan, Gary Schwartz, Chad Martin, Robert Arnow, Jenn Ruff, Cynthia Chatman, Chris Dacs, Kiley Ames, Joanne Borek, Myla Seabrook, Sofya Dudnik, Cleber Martins, Norbert Gonsalves, Alexis Duque, Adrienne Wenner, Rob Bebbington, Angela EunSung Kim, Julien Zemor, Ivana Blanco Gross, Alejandra Wedding, Joe Bloch For additional information on this exhibit, please click here. This gallery will run through November

About Yvette Drury Dubinsky: ON THE MOVE 

In ON THE MOVE, Dubinsky meditates on the exodus from Syria, a place where she traveled just before the beginning of the ongoing civil war, and where she is still has many contacts. She connects what is going on currently there with other population displacements: from Europe and Africa to the New World, (specifically to her own locations: Cape Cod, New York, St. Louis and Chicago), and to the Great Migration of African Americans during the 20th century from the South to the North and West within the United States. Her artwork draws on her life experiences as well as

About Nancy Morrow & Erin Wiersma: With/drawn 

With/drawn is show of new works on paper by Nancy Morrow and Erin Wiersma. The show’s title is a nod to the overlap between Morrow and Wiersma as makers. Their shared position originates with the materiality and process of working on paper and is drawn from their reflections and experiences as individuals. For additional details on this exhibit, please click here. This gallery will be open through October 9, 2016.

About Yun Shin: Filtering 

Filtering takes its name from a physical, labor intensive, and ongoing practice, and also refers to the process of tracing to create an abstract pattern using carbon paper. Historically, carbon paper was used to make copies simultaneously from an original document. Yun Shin uses its historical application in her work to copy texts. Filtering features two abstract patterns on paper as well as carbon papers, which show evidence of tracing. For additional details on this exhibit, please click here. This gallery will be open through October 9, 2016.

About Dev Harlan, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, Joyoung Yoon: Eighteen 

“18” exhibits the work of three artists working in sculpture, installation and transformation over time. The title of the show references the spatial concept of Gallery Usagi; architect Sou Fujimoto’s design is based on eighteen movable panels that divide, striate and give impermeability to our space. In “18”, the panels are used not as surfaces to display 2D work, but as interventions in space that divide time. Each of the artists produces works that transcend static objecthood. Sculpture is investigated as a substrate to experience time, through motorized kinetics, video projection or timed lighting. Here, the sequence of artworks in

About St Francis Men’s Soccer Game 

The St. Francis College Men’s Soccer Team will call Brooklyn Bridge Park home for the fourth year in a row. Head to Pier 5 to see the Terriers in action! For a full list of fixtures, take a look at their complete schedule. Wed, August 31 - 7pm v Rhode Island Wed, September 14 - 7pm v NJIT Sun, September 18 - 1pm v Army Wed, September 21 - 7pm v St Peter's  Sat, September 24 - 1pm v Howard Sun, October 9 - 1pm v FDU Fri, October 21 - 7pm v Central Connecticut University Sun, November 6 - 1pm v LIU Brooklyn