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About Masterworks Series 

Muczinsky Six Preludes, Op. 6 Schubert Piano Sonata in B Major, D. 575 Messiaen from Vingt Regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus: XVI. Regard des prophètes, des bergers et des Mages; XI. Première communion de la Vierge Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 15 in D Major, Op. 28 Ignat Solzhenitsyn, piano

About Hilary Lorenz: Bird-watchers 

Throughout spring and summer 2016, Lorenz visited BBP on numerous occasions to identify and log birds she spotted in the Park, which she then made into colorful, larger-than-life linoleum block prints. These prints will be displayed flying, frolicking, and nesting in 99 Plymouth's entryway, where Lorenz will construct cut paper representations of the Park's habitats, including the Salt Marsh south of Pier 1. The Community Room will contain a similar environment, where visitors can ink and print their own pre-cut linoleum blocks, which they can then take home or add to the wall display. For more information on this exhibit,

About Hilary Lorenz: Birding 

Throughout spring and summer 2016, Lorenz visited BBP on numerous occasions to identify and log birds she spotted in the Park, which she then made into colorful, larger-than-life linoleum block prints. These are displayed flying, frolicking, and nesting in 99 Plymouth's entryway, where Lorenz constructed cut paper representations of the Park's habitats, including the Salt Marsh south of Pier 1. The Community Room contains a similar environment, where visitors can ink and print their own pre-cut linoleum blocks, which they can then take home or add to the wall display.

About Borderless: In Residence 

Borderless: In Residence features artists who have participated in NYFA’s national and international residency programs through partnerships with Wayne State University in Detroit, the University of Arts in London, Basil Alkazzi Artist-in-Residence, the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence, the Jamaican Center for Arts and Learning, Times Square Alliance, the Sheldon Museum, Flux Factory and the Node Center for Curatorial Studies.

About Martin Parr: Real Food 

Martin Parr: Real Food opens at Janet Borden, Inc., bringing together the best of the acclaimed photographer’s food observations – the delectable, the gross, the ridiculous, and the adorable – from around the world. Photo courtesy of Martin Parr

About Viktor Koen: BESTIARY: Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies 

United Photo Industries (16 Main Street, #B) hosts an opening reception for Viktor Koen: BESTIARY: Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies. Bestiary is the product of a long fascination with Greek mythology and early 19th Century photography. Based on a set of hybrid creatures from Greek mythology and influenced by religious iconography, Koen’s work engages social criticism by molding these archetypes into contemporary commentary where monsters and heroes become difficult to tell apart.

About Penny Arcade: Longing Lasts Longer 

Penny Arcade is coming to St. Ann's Warehouse during the month of December! Don't miss out on the chance to see this performance. The soundtrack of 'Longing Lasts Longer' is inspired by four decades of pop culture. It will make you think, laugh and dance. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $35.00 and can be purchased at the link below.

About It’s Elementary 

It’s Elementary, curated by Carolyn Martin and Sylvia Netzer, is an exhibition of works by students in New York City schools and from around the country, received in response to an open call.

About Luisa Sartori: In & Out 

Luisa Sartori: In & Out, features lighthearted reflection on the process of growth and decay that was inspired by the artist’s repeated walks through a city park.

About Overlap: Life Tapestries 

Overlap: Life Tapestries seeks to show a more complex narrative of women artists, featuring Alice Hope, Sascha Mallon, Michela Martello, Shari Weschler Rubeck, Bastienne Schmidt, Linda Stein, Martha Wilson, and Kumi Yamashita, curated by Vida Sabbaghi.

About Dineo Seshee Bopape: sa ____ ke lerole, (sa lerole ke ____) 

In sa ____ ke lerole, (sa lerole ke ____), Bopape explores the complex relationships and tensions that arise when considering land from the varied perspectives of gender and maternity, history and the politics of place, and the metaphysics of self and presence, questioning what memories are imbedded in the land, what ‘presences’ it holds, and how these might be communicated or sensed. It is Bopape’s first solo exhibition in the USA. On view through January 14, 2017.

About Creativebloc Art Market 

Creativebloch Gallery transforms into an Art Market, offering unique gifts, paintings, sketches, and prints. The gallery will host a special reception for the First Thursday Gallery Walk featuring their special Red Wine Hot Chocolate. On view through December 24, 2016.

About Hungry for the Holidays 

Hungry for the Holidays is a food-centric art exhibition featuring work by LAND artists that celebrates the universal fascination with eating. Junk food, comfort food, and “straight up disgusting” food are a constant theme at LAND, incorporating in each artist’s unique iconography. The exhibition will be accompanied by a selection of holiday gift items handmade by LAND artists, including hand-drawn buttons, ceramics, balsa ornaments, magnets, holiday cards, and tote bags. One night only.

About Carla Gannis: A Subject Self-Defined 

A Subject Self-Defined is presented in honor of the 10th anniversary of Cyfest. A Subject Self-Defined in a new body of work that addresses issues of branded identity; age and body estimation; catastrophe culture; and online agency via static, dynamic, and interactive “selfie” imagery. On view through December 30, 2017.

About Jan van der Ploeg: Lyrics 

Lyrics is the Amsterdam-based Jan van der Ploeg's third solo exhibition at the gallery. Lyrics features a new large wall painting alongside a suite of new, small-format acrylic paintings on linen. On view through December 17, 2016

About Museum Quality: Christmas Shop 

Through Christmas Eve, Museum Quality will function as a Christmas Shop, organized by Savannah Elisabeth Jankosky, and featuring work by artists Yasi K, Joseph Bui, Tif XB, Nina Swistel, and Marie La Tourette. On view through December 24, 2017.

About School Info Session 

Brooklyn Bridge Parents is hosting an info session about Pre-K and Kindergarten for parents with children born 2012 and 2013 (and younger) who are considering public, charter and private schools in Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO and beyond. They will provide detailed information about local zoned schools, un-zoned schools, charter and private school options, application details and deadlines, free universal Pre-K options, languages and dual language programs, waitlists, the advantages of diverse schools and much more! Bring all your questions! The event will take place on Monday 12/12 from 7 to 8.30 pm in DUMBO. Tickets here.

About Craft Rum Tasting 

Mouth Indie Wine and Spirits will be hosting a tasting of craft rum by Lost Spirits Distillery in Monterey, CA

About Blanc and Rouge Weekly Tasting 

Join Blanc and Rouge every Thursday from 6-8pm to sample a new liquor each week.

About Recess: Winter Celebration 

Come kick off the holiday season during this Winter Celebration! There will be pizza and art projects for kids ages 2.5 - 6 years of age. Please RSVP as space is very limited.

About Masterworks Series 

Tchaikovsky The Seasons, Op. 37a Crumb Makrokosmos Sonya Lifschitz, piano

About Masterworks Series 

Mozart String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K. 465 Russell Platt Mountain Interval (2016), (*NY Premiere) Beethoven String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131 Borromeo String Quartet: Nicholas Kitchen, violin Kristopher Tong, violin Mai Motobuchi, viola Yeesun Kim, cello

About Masterworks Series 

Mozart String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K. 465 Russell Platt Mountain Interval (2016), (*NY Premiere) Beethoven String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131 Borromeo String Quartet: Nicholas Kitchen, violin Kristopher Tong, violin Mai Motobuchi, viola Yeesun Kim, cello

About Make Music Winter: African Echoes 

Lighten up the darkest night of the year with music making - no experience necessary!

About Christmas Eve at Bargemusic 

Celebrating Christmas Eve with Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 Steven Beck, piano

About New Year’s Eve at Bargemusic 

Celebrating New Year’s Eve with Complete Bach Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard Sonata No. 1 in B minor, BWV 1014 Sonata No. 2 in A Major, BWV 1015 Sonata No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1016 Sonata No. 4 in C minor, BWV 1017 Sonata No. 5 in F minor, BWV 1018 Sonata No. 6 in G Major, BWV 1019 Mark Peskanov, violin Steven Beck, piano

About How to Build WebVR 

Web & VR Developers, this is your chance to gain a competitive advantage in 2017! Join us for this WebVR workshop at the Made in NY Media Center and gain an understanding of the fundamentals, motivations, and technical components to building the Immersive Web. You will also learn how learning WebVR development can boost your career in VR/AR/MR. Register here: Link: http://bit.ly/2dddz9R

About Dolce Vita – Italian Treats 

Who better than the Italians are able to bring both the finest dishes and tastiest delicacies in the world? In this new class, Chef Carolina Perego, Pastry Chef at the acclaimed Citarella Gourmet Market, steps back into her Italian background to share with you her recipes for evocative and delectable Italian desserts including: The Authentic Tiramisu Veneziano The Festive Frittelle Milanesi, to celebrate the Carnival The Amazing Bianco Mangiare with Balsamic Strawberries The Generous Chocolate Rum Cake You will be able to bring home your treats. Cost of the class includes: a class recipe book, a Valrhona apron and a

About Cheers with chocolate 

Learn with Chef Paul Saiphet, L'Ecole Valrhona North American Pastry Chef! He will share with you original recipes of chocolate drinks and cocktails. You will be able to bring home your treats. Cost of the class includes: a class recipe book, a Valrhona apron and a 20% discount on the website.

About Book Launch: Under the Shadow 

Kaya Genç will be joined by Molly Crabapple to discuss his captivating new book about rage and revolution in modern Turkey. About Under the Shadow: Turkey stands at the crossroads of the Middle East – caught between the West, ISIS, Syria and Russia, and governed by an increasingly forceful leader. Acclaimed writer Kaya Genç has been covering his country for the past decade. In Under the Shadow he meets activists from both sides of Turkey’s political divide: Gezi park protestors who fought tear gas and batons to transform their country’s future, and supporters of Erdogan’s conservative vision who are no

About Book Launch: All the Lives I Want 

Alana Massey will be here to talk about All the Lives I Want, her new essay collection aiming to examine the intersection of the personal with pop culture through the lives of pivotal female figures – from Sylvia Plath to Lil’ Kim. About All the Lives I Want: In looking closely at the lives of female celebrities who reflect our greatest aspirations and darkest fears back onto us, Alana Massey is personal without being confessional, and clever in a way that invites readers into the joke. With stories ranging from how the public developed a sense of ownership over Britney

About Book Launch: The Stolen Child 

Set on an enchanted island off the west coast of Ireland, Lisa Carey’s luminous new novel explores themes of regret and desire, myth, and the universal need to connect. About The Stolen Child: St. Brigid’s Island is a secluded community off the west coast of Ireland; a world steeped in tradition, ripe with familial love and deceit, and brimming with magic. This is the atmospheric and enchanted setting for The Stolen Child, by award-winning author Lisa Carey. Set in 1959, the story follows twenty-three year old twins, Rose and Emer, who, though they are married to brothers, could not be