6/21 | Live at the Archway: Natalia Clavier

Celebrate Make Music New York + the World Cup with the psychedelic stylings of Argentina's Natalia Clavier, lead singer of Thievery Corporation. Plus, get up-close with a live art experience led by artist Charlotte Lily Gaspard. It's all happening this week at Live at the Archway

TODAY AT #LiveAtTheArchway

  • ON STAGE: Natalia Clavier
  • IN THE GALLERY: Charlotte Lily Gaspard

Live at the Archway is always free, always all ages, and always rain or shine


The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge is a public plaza in DUMBO, Brooklyn. It’s on Water St between Anchorage Place and Adams St.


THE BAND. A life dedicated to music and singing has led Natalia Clavier all over the world from her home of Buenos Aires, to Barcelona, and from solo performances at concert halls in her hometown, to world tours performing in front of large audiences in some of the biggest music festivals, prestigious concert venues, and opera houses both in the US and internationally as lead singer of the acclaimed electronic/world music duo Thievery Corporation. In 2008, Natalia released her debut solo album, Nectar followed by her album Lumen, and her live album Live in Buenos Aires. Since 2016, Natalia has been leading song rituals and sound healing circles, and is now writing her own medicine songs.

THE ARTIST. Shadow puppet artist, educator and children’s entertainer, Charlotte Lily Gaspard’s mission is to activate imaginations and celebrate playfulness wherever she goes. She is the founder and artistic director of Midnight Radio Show, a shadow puppet sci-fi fairytale theater company based in Brooklyn. She designs puppets for theater and film, including “A Snowy Day & Other Stories by Ezra Jack Keats.” Charlotte also teaches at Child’s Play NY, a children’s theater company, and leads puppetry and theatre workshops all over New York City. 

THE GALLERY. Every Live at the Archway, Tfnf’s The Space Station pops up in the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge  Brainchild of artist Nathan Sinai Rayman and with a footprint of only 32 square feet, Tfnf’s The Space Station replicates (in flat pack, modular, franchisable form) his DUMBO gallery This Friday or Next Friday – “likely the tiniest, most inconsequential gallery in NYC, maybe on the face of the Earth”. Each week, we present an exhibition featuring a DUMBO-based artist and invite the public to create a collaborative piece with the artist over the course of the evening.


Looking for more? View the full Live at the Archway schedule!