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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 Rush Arts Philanthropic Foundation: By My Window Have I For Scenery 

Brooklyn Bridge Park is thrilled to welcome back the young artists of Rush Arts Summer Session. This year’s installation draws from the works of Rush Director of Education, Meridith McNeal. McNeal’s paintings depict vibrant land and cityscapes viewed through diversely styled, open or closed windows, which invite the viewer to consider not just what lies outside them, but within them as well. After viewing McNeal’s exhibitions in Brooklyn galleries and visiting BBP’s Empire Fulton Ferry section, the students designed their original paintings based on photographic references of the park. The paintings, collectively titled By My Window Have I For Scenery,

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.

About Morphing Tunnel 

Morphing Tunnel is an interactive installation. It examines the idea of transcending an obstruction, designed to expand boundaries of space between the body and the surrounding physical barriers inside a tunnel. The exhibition runs until September 04.

About Arts & Crafts with Recess DUMBO at the Farmer’s Market 

Entertain the kiddos while you shop for produce, fruit, meats, eggs, dairy and treats at the Farmer's Market!

About Live at the Archway: Los Chantas 

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

About How to Build WebVR: Made in NY Media Center 

If you are a developer looking to advance your career and gain a competitive advantage in 2017, then this class is for you.

About Live at the Archway: Hot Sardines 

“...leaders of New York’s vintage jazz revival.” -- CBS This Morning: Saturday

About Sounds Unseen: A Photographic Memoir of The Calais Sessions 

Sounds Unseen: A Photographic Memoir of The Calais Sessions chronicles a collaborative music project between musicians living in the UK and musicians living in the temporary refugee camps of Northern France.

About Live at the Archway: Gaijin à Go-Go 

“...shimmy their frilly, shiny, booty-twitchin’ electronica…” -- The Village Voice