Named by artists who moved here in the 1970s, Dumbo today is full of public art, galleries, performance spaces - and world class arts organizations that support and create some of the most significant works New York City has to offer. In this neighborhood, art aficionados and amateurs alike can immerse themselves in the Brooklyn arts scene.
Incredible international theater at St. Ann's Warehouse
Pictured here, Taylor Mac's 2016 24 hour History of American Music
Photoville's annual takover of Brooklyn Bridge Park
Two weekends, dozens of events, hundreds of photographers exhibited.
Monthly video art projections on the Manhattan Bridge
Lightyear is presented every First Thursday at dusk, featuring new video art each month.
First Thursday Gallery Walks
Pop in and out of a dozen galleries - including this one, Minus Space, at 16 Main.
The Artist Interactive at Live at the Archway
A (seasonal) weekly pop-up gallery + community art project featuring Dumbo-based artists, during our Thursday night performance series, Live at the Archway.
Dumbo Open Studios - an annual spring highlight
125+ artist studios open their doors for one epic art weekend.
One of (DUMBO'S) newest art installations is merging the neighborhood's past and present.