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About Bargemusic Concerts 

Bargemusic is New York City's floating Concert Hall... Moored in Brooklyn just under the Brooklyn Bridge, Bargemusic presents great music up to five days a week, every week of the year. Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge into a “wonderfully intimate wood-paneled room with thrilling views of lower Manhattan and excellent acoustics.” Experience why critics call Bargemusic “the perfect chamber-music hall” and why artists say it is “unlike any other place in the world to perform.” Friday 26th August:    Masterworks Series Rachmaninoff Elegie, Prelude and Melodie from Morceaux, Op. 3 Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 19

About Art in General: Memory Forms 

Last chance to see Memory Forms, a Summer Benefit group show celebrating our 35th anniversary, on view at our gallery from July 6 to September 3! The presented works are available for purchase, donated by: alumni artists; prestigious galleries that share our mission to nurture artistic practice; selections from our highly sought-after Limited Editions; and established artists helping to support the next generation. Special 15% discount on available artworks for purchase.

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 Rush will take you to Funkytown! 

The gifted students of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation Summer Session, a free program that provides underserved youth with exposure to the arts and opportunities to practice them, return to BBP for the second year in a row. As they did last summer, the students, known as Rush Kids and Teens, will spend a week designing and painting site-specific murals for the public entryway and Community Room in 99 Plymouth, located in BBP’s Main Street section. This year’s installation takes inspiration from the artwork of Xenobia Bailey as well as from the Park’s natural and manmade environments. Bailey, a New

About Barbara Listenik: Taking Flight 

'Taking Flight' is a Memorial Exhibition and Celebration of the Life and Work of painter, illustrator, muralist and children's book author, Barbara Listenik. The exhibition will be at Gallery GAIA from 1st August - 28th August.

About Malcolm A Davis II at Mouth Indie Spirits & Wine Gallery 

International artist MalcolmNYC creates hypnotic imagery epitomizing our commonality and interconnectivity in triumph. He masterfully weaves and collages decadent imagery collected from print material world wide with gold and silver foils on canvas, walls & even street wear! Malcolm is the revival of Klimt, inspired by street art he exemplifies the modern with a delicate and timeless breath. This special collection of works draws inspiration from the beautiful and sometimes eerily painted dolls found in the small Colombian town of Ipiales. They’re part of a collection of works designed to stimulate a higher sense of connectedness beyond the invisible boundaries created

About Exhibition: Stolen Moments in New York 

James Falciano is a fine artist and illustrator currently based in New York City. This August, come along to Superfine restaurant to view his latest collection: Stolen Moments in New York "This series takes the viewer on a journey around my home, New York City. I aimed here to capture a sense of personal interaction with the city, as well as to depict quiet contemplative moments within the hustle and bustle of urban spaces. Some of the works have figures, some merely hint at human existence by focusing on lighted windows of buildings. I have striven to transform the mundane

About Made in NY Media Center – Expanded Cinema 

The Expanded Cinema August 2016 Showcase brings 8 of the works from the NYU’s Interactive Telecommunication Program’s 2015 Big Screens class to the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Curated by Todd Bryant and Ryan Uzilevsky and featuring additional works by guest video artists from the Expanded Cinema East Collective, August’s show brings its pixel origami to DUMBO for a month-long engagement.  

About This Friday or Next Friday: Unintended Consequences 

This Friday or Next Friday presents: Unintended Consequences by Sessa Englund Please join us for the opening of Unintended Consequences and end-of-residency open studios. Unintended Consequences is a sculptural installation restricted from participation, instead the piece must be viewed online, but experienced physically in the space. As part of the opening the artist will also be hosting an open studio. The gallery will run from 19 August - 2 September 2016.

About Brooklyn Bike Rave Closing Party 

Grab your bike, put on your craziest outfit and party at this year's Brooklyn Bike Rave event.

About Bargemusic Concerts 

Bargemusic is New York City's floating Concert Hall... Moored in Brooklyn just under the Brooklyn Bridge, Bargemusic presents great music up to five days a week, every week of the year. Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge into a “wonderfully intimate wood-paneled room with thrilling views of lower Manhattan and excellent acoustics.” Experience why critics call Bargemusic “the perfect chamber-music hall” and why artists say it is “unlike any other place in the world to perform.” Saturday 27th August:  Masterworks Series Brahms Sonatensatz (Scherzo in C minor from the F.A.E. Sonata) Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor,

About Brooklyn Flea 

Drop by for some amazing finds and good food!

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 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 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 Live at the Archway: White Wave 

Extremely well crafted, visually stunning, emotionally rich work.–Backstage

About Light Year presents “Earth Revisited” 

LIGHT YEAR 17: EARTH REVISITED Single channel videos projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Thursday September 1 Dusk - 10pm In the Pearl Street Triangle (Anchorage Place & Pearl St.) DUMBO, Brooklyn Concept/Curated by Leo Kuelbs Artists: Nina Sobell + Laura Ortman, Danielle de Picciotto + Lary 7, Sarah Walko + Justin King, Laszlo Zsolt Bordos, Vadim Schaeffler + Pablo Paolo Kilian, Eike Berg + Jarboe, Shir Lieberman, Jonathan Phelps + Alon Cohen As humankind evolves further into digital, non-terrestrial realities, “Earth Revisited” asks artists to reexamine their relationship to the earth itself. While shifting relationships to physics and environmental science have

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 First Thursday event will include a reception and poetry. The gallery will run from 29 August - 2 October 2016

About This Friday or Next Friday: Unintended Consequences 

This Friday or Next Friday presents: Unintended Consequences by Sessa Englund Please join us for the opening of Unintended Consequences and end-of-residency open studios. Unintended Consequences is a sculptural installation restricted from participation, instead the piece must be viewed online, but experienced physically in the space. As part of the opening the artist will also be hosting an open studio. The gallery will be open on First Thursday and run from 19 August - 2 September 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 opening reception will take place on First Thursday and include wine and cheese. The gallery will run from 31 August - 30 October 2016

About Art in General: Memory Forms 

Last chance to see Memory Forms, a Summer Benefit group show celebrating our 35th anniversary, on view at our gallery from July 6 to September 3! The presented works are available for purchase, donated by: alumni artists; prestigious galleries that share our mission to nurture artistic practice; selections from our highly sought-after Limited Editions; and established artists helping to support the next generation. Special 15% discount on available artworks for purchase. The gallery will be open on First Thursday in September.

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. Join NYFA on First Thursday in September for a special performance by Balkan musician and NYFA Fellow, Eva Salina at 7:00 PM. The gallery will run from 22 July - 21 October 2016.

About BRDG Studios presents: Digital Dreamscape 

BRDG Studios presents: Digital Dreamscape at Made in NY Media Center. Do computers dream when we put them to sleep? BRDG Studios invites you to explore the dreams of our digital counterparts. Through interactive realtime generative art, you can explore and influence the Digital Dreamscapes that may exist all around us, yet remain unseen to our analog eyes. Move and rotate your hand 6" above the sensor to begin your exploration. The opening reception will be on First Thursday, and include free beer and wine with the creators in attendance! The gallery will be open 1 September - 30 September 2016. 

About September First Thursday 

The art season starts right here in DUMBO on September 1st with our First Thursday Gallery Walk, and we've got your guide to the robust line-up of openings, performances and cultural activity right here! This month, be sure to check out the Made in NY Media Center by IFP's exploration of the dreams of our digital counterparts; Museum Quality's Baroque Masters on Cardboard, which attempts to reclaim old master paintings as pagan, feminist and queer; and a sculptural installation that requires both a physical and online engagement at This Friday or Next Friday. Plus, projected onto the Manhattan Bridge, Light Year will present “Earth Revisited”

About Rush will take you to Funkytown! 

The gifted students of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation Summer Session, a free program that provides underserved youth with exposure to the arts and opportunities to practice them, return to BBP for the second year in a row. As they did last summer, the students, known as Rush Kids and Teens, will spend a week designing and painting site-specific murals for the public entryway and Community Room in 99 Plymouth, located in BBP’s Main Street section. This year’s installation takes inspiration from the artwork of Xenobia Bailey as well as from the Park’s natural and manmade environments. Bailey, a New

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 be open on First Thursday and 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! For First Thursday, CREATIVEBLOCH are hosting a special evening where they'll be studio tours, demos, originals, prints, meet and greets and more! Snacks and drinks will be available too. The gallery will run from 1 September - 1 October 2016.

About Book Launch: Welcome to Night Vale 

Welcome to Night Vale Episodes Volume One and Two by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor in conversation with Dylan Marron. From the creators of the #1 international podcast, Welcome to Night Vale and the authors of the New York Times bestselling novel of the same name, comes a collection of episodes from Season One and Season Two of their hit podcast, featuring behind-the-scenes commentary, original illustrations, and more. $20 tickets include admission and one book, and a $40 ticket includes admission as well as both books. Find out more and purchase tickets here.

About Live Music and Standup 

Come listen to live music and standup at DUMBO Kitchen.