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About Book Launch: How to Win at Feminism 

Meet the writers of Reductress, the subversive, satirical women’s magazine for WOMEN. Learn how to win at feminism and many other bonus surprises! For more information, please call 718.666.3049 RSVP appreciated:

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 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 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 Ieva Epnere: Sea of Living Memories 

Art in General is pleased to present "Sea of Living Memories," a New Commission by artist Ieva Epnere. The project is Epnere’s first institutional solo exhibition in the United States, and is presented in partnership with kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia as part of Art in General’s International Collaborations program. Epnere’s new body of work, "Sea of Living Memories," addresses the impermanent nature of identity in response to Latvia’s evolving post-Soviet society. The military heritage of the Baltic coast is of particular interest to her, as she investigates the struggles of former army personnel and local citizens—who came of

About Ieva Epnere: Sea of Living Memories 

Art in General is pleased to present "Sea of Living Memories", a New Commission by artist Ieva Epnere. The project is Epnere’s first institutional solo exhibition in the United States, and is presented in partnership with kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia as part of Art in General’s International Collaborations program.

About Bobby Neel Adams: Memento Mori 

Memento Mori, a photo project by Bobby Neel. Neel’s project follows the tradition of the 16th Century Dutch Vanitas painting movement, which took decaying objects as its subject matter, symbolizing the ephemeral nature of life and the certainty of death. Though none of the photographed subjects are endangered, they pay homage to the many species that have been pushed to the margins of existence and of their habitats by the relentless growth of human civilization. This project is available for viewing through October 30, 2016. For more details on this exhibit, please click here.

About Ghost of a Dream: When the Smoke Clears: The Fair Housing Project 

Ghost of a Dream explores the position of art fairs in the contemporary art world and the impact they are having on the artist, collector, spectator, and the art itself. The artist duo has collected the detritus from art fairs across the United States. Using discarded crates, carpeting, and art fair swag they have built a small house and a series of other objects and paintings. The objective of these objects is to draw a focus to both the wastefulness and the importance of the art fair system. Ghost of a Dream is the collaborative efforts of Adam Eckstrom and

About New Moms Group 

Being a new mom can be joyful, overwhelming, and exhausting – often at the same time! Come join our New Moms Group to meet moms that are riding the baby roller coaster along with you. Led by an experienced moderator, you’ll swap stories, get advice and resources, and walk away with more confidence and a new network of moms. Groups are informal and friendly. Babies are welcome. Showers are optional!

About Mini Music Mash Up 

Kids delight in playing their way through Broadway’s most celebrated shows.  In this physical and joy-filled class, they bring to life, Peter Pan, Annie, Aladdin and more characters from our beloved storybook musicals! Using improv, they create an original mash-up of their favorites and present as a show at the end along with song and dance!  Join us for this confidence-boosting, skill-enhancing, tour-de-force of play!

About Break Dancing 

In his dance classes, Casey works to create a fun environment for students to explore self-expression through a balance of freestyle, foundation and style. Casey’s classes are a creative collaboration and an engaging exploration for all. Using creative movement, hip-hop rhythms, yoga and deep play, classes will emphasize each individual’s creative potential as it unfolds within the tapestry of the overall community.  

About Book Launch: Sabra Moore 

Sabra Moore’s vividly illustrated memoir chronicles twenty-two years of her life, art, and collaboration with other women artists at the center of New York City’s “second feminist wave.” For more information, please call 718.666.3049 RSVP appreciated:  

About Recess: Pumpkin Decorating 

Recess is hosting an afternoon dedicated to decorating pumpkins. The event is free for all members. For non-members, admission cost is $10 per child. RSVP by sending an email to

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 Preschool Prep 

Preschoolers will get a head-start on independent participation through a gentle separation process. In a classroom and playground environment, students will be exposed to a true preschool environment with art exploration, story time, music, play, transitions and more to provide social, cognitive, and physical development. Preschool Prep meets twice a week for an hour and a half. Limited space is available. Please call 347.987.3509 to book!

About Opera x Virtual Reality 

Get in the Halloween spirit with this horror opera created for Virtual Reality.

About Redbeard + Liv Women’s End of Summer Party 

Even though summer is coming to a close, the party doesn't have to end! To celebrate an amazing summer of cycling, you're invited to Redbird + Liv Women's End of Summer Party. Drop by with your girlfriends for some wine, snacks and a sale on women's clothing and shoes. P.S. no boys allowed. See everyone there!  

About Here and Now Series 

Songs by Harold Meltzer and Russell Platt including World Premiere of Harold Meltzer’s song cycle Bride of the Island (2016), on poetry of Ted Hughes Paul Appleby, tenor Natalia Katyukova, piano

About Natchie Nights: Anthony Morace 

Come and enjoy a night of music in an intimate setting right here in DUMBO. The Natchie store will be converted into a twenty seat theatre where you will be able to get to know the artist behind the music. On  October 28th, Anthony Morace will take the stage and perform in the fifth installment of Natchie Nights!

About Recess: Halloween Drop-off Party 

Recess is hosting a three hour Halloween Drop-off party for children ages 3 - 7 years. Guests can expect pumpkin decorating, bobbing for treats, art projects and pizza! Members receive 10% off admission. Admission cost for non-members is $45 per child/$35 per sibling. RSVP to

About Masterworks Series 

Scriabin Sonata No. 5, Op. 53 Carter Night Fantasies Scriabin Sonata No. 2 in G-sharp minor, Op 19 Carter Two Diversions, Two Thoughts About the Piano Ursula Oppens, piano

About Masterworks Series 

Mozart Sonata for Piano and Violin in G Major, K. 301 Oiseaux, si tous les ans, K. 307; Un moto di gioja, K. 579; Als Luise die Briefe, K. 520 L’amero, saro costante (from Il re pastore), K. 208 Schubert Sonata in G minor, D. 408 Seligkeit, D.433; Ständchen, D 957; Der Schiffer, D.536; Gretchen am Spinnrade, D. 118 Rondo brillant in B minor, D. 895 Mark Peskanov, violin Jane Leibel, soprano Maureen Volk, piano

About Recess: Sunday Morning Party 

Recess is kicking off Halloween by hosting a Sunday Morning Party! This event is free for members. For non-members, admission is $25 per child/$15 per sibling. RSVP by sending an email to  

About Brooklyn Flea 

Drop by for some amazing finds and good food!

About DUMBO-WEEN! Tricks, Treats & Family Fun Oct 31 

DUMBOWEEN is back Monday, October 31. This year is going to be scarily good, with our annual March to the Arch followed by crafts, costume contests, live music and candy in the Archway! 4:30pm:Annual March to the Arch Brooklyn Roasting Company - 25 Jay St Jim Munson of Brooklyn Roasting Company regales us with the story of the Jack-O-Lantern. Then, costumed characters leave Brooklyn Roasting Co and parade through DUMBO's streets en route to the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge, led by the Funkrust Brass Band and puppets from Great Small Works! 5 - 7:00pm: Archway Kids party Archway Under the

About Live Music and Standup 

Come listen to live music and standup at DUMBO Kitchen.

About Kim Jung Gi and Steve McCurry: McCurry, September 11, 2001 

SCOTT EDER GALLERY features art from "McCurry, September 11, 2001," a graphic novel illustrated by Kim Jung Gi and written by Jean-David Morvan, about Steve McCurry, renowned documentary photographer, and his experiences during 9/11 and beyond. Korean phenom Kim Jung Gi is a master of live drawing; artists, art students, and many other fans line up to watch him create detailed wall murals with no preparation. His art is filled with intense imagination and incredible draftsmanship. He's also a Guinness World Record holder for longest illustration (special category). A large format drawing created on 10/14 will be on display. The show will be running in

About John Ensor Parker: Sojourner 

The Made in NY Media Center by IFP is pleased to present Sojourner, a solo exhibition of light projection from John Ensor Parker, and a viewing of Make Bright the Arrows, a film collaboration with Sarah Walko. The gallery will present work, designed for our 360-degree projection system and LED wall, that engages the architecture of the space using light and movement and explores the energetic relationship between people, via natural laws such as quantum entanglement, to how emotions affect our psychology and perception. Make Bright the Arrows is a film collaboration with Sarah Walko that explores two individuals going

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