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October 2014

Sonos Studio NYC

October 1 - October 1
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Every day until 10.5.14

Sonos invites you to Sonos Studio NYC, where some of the city’s brightest thinkers, makers and creators are coming together to explore the potent intersection of music, art, technology and design. At this week-long residency (9/30 – 10/5), artists including Devonté Hynes, Spoon, Aloe Blacc, Mikky Ekko and Talib Kweli are partnering with Sonos through sound installations, creative workshops, film screenings, engaging discussions, intimate performances and listening parties at Neuehouse in Flatiron.

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TALKING, an exhibition of work by Benny Andrews and Patrice Renee Washington

October 1 - October 1
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Every day until 10.19.14
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop,
323 West 39th St Fl 2, New York, NY 10018 United States
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TALKING grew out of a series of etchings gifted to Robert Blackburn by Benny Andrews. Andrews was among the many artists of color that gravitated to Blackburn’s culturally diverse Printmaking Workshop in the mid 60′s. The son of Georgia sharecroppers, Andrews became a seminal American painter known for richly textured portraits of southern life. Like Blackburn, Andrews remained a constant advocate for social justice through the arts until the end of his life in 2006. Andrews’ works draw on a…

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Free

Brooklyn Plantology Great Pumpkin Patch! Goat Petting! Face Painting! Music! FREE!

October 1 - October 1
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Every day until 10.26.14

There’s no better way to enjoy a fall day with a visit to a pumpkin patch. Come visit the Brooklyn Plantology Great Pumpkin Patch for the whole family! For the kids, we’ll have face painting and a goat petting zoo! We’ll have Mums and decorative cabbages, Fall edible plants too! Music! And more! Date: Saturday September 20 – October Sunday October 26th Note: Face Painting is on Saturdays and Sundays Location: Brooklyn Plantology by Lapide 26 Brooklyn Terminal Market Brooklyn,…

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FREE

Sehiii Presents

October 1 @ 10:00 pm - October 2 @ 4:00 am
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Every week

Sehiii Presents Comedy Wednesday is a night of music, live performances, vendors, and good vibes.

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Free

SOCIETY OF GALACTIC UTOPIAS {CARTOGRAPHY DIVISION}

October 2 @ 4:00 am - 7:00 pm

There’s this star wars RTS game w/ a map editor. I’m trying to get a bunch of people to all collaborate on building a dream planet out of it. ~~~long time ago/now/to come, galaxy far away/on your computer~~~~ The idea, basically, is to build another world, dream-city/ -forest/ -mountain/ -space colony r just a landbody that makes you happy a daydream generator r like a Temporary Autonomous Zone, an anarchy free space or, but, of course, if you like, a…

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Sonos Studio NYC

October 2 - October 2
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Every day until 10.5.14

Sonos invites you to Sonos Studio NYC, where some of the city’s brightest thinkers, makers and creators are coming together to explore the potent intersection of music, art, technology and design. At this week-long residency (9/30 – 10/5), artists including Devonté Hynes, Spoon, Aloe Blacc, Mikky Ekko and Talib Kweli are partnering with Sonos through sound installations, creative workshops, film screenings, engaging discussions, intimate performances and listening parties at Neuehouse in Flatiron.

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TALKING, an exhibition of work by Benny Andrews and Patrice Renee Washington

October 2 - October 2
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until 10.19.14
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop,
323 West 39th St Fl 2, New York, NY 10018 United States
+ Google Map

TALKING grew out of a series of etchings gifted to Robert Blackburn by Benny Andrews. Andrews was among the many artists of color that gravitated to Blackburn’s culturally diverse Printmaking Workshop in the mid 60′s. The son of Georgia sharecroppers, Andrews became a seminal American painter known for richly textured portraits of southern life. Like Blackburn, Andrews remained a constant advocate for social justice through the arts until the end of his life in 2006. Andrews’ works draw on a…

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Free

Brooklyn Plantology Great Pumpkin Patch! Goat Petting! Face Painting! Music! FREE!

October 2 - October 2
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until 10.26.14

There’s no better way to enjoy a fall day with a visit to a pumpkin patch. Come visit the Brooklyn Plantology Great Pumpkin Patch for the whole family! For the kids, we’ll have face painting and a goat petting zoo! We’ll have Mums and decorative cabbages, Fall edible plants too! Music! And more! Date: Saturday September 20 – October Sunday October 26th Note: Face Painting is on Saturdays and Sundays Location: Brooklyn Plantology by Lapide 26 Brooklyn Terminal Market Brooklyn,…

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Free

Drawings of Free Invention

October 2 @ 11:00 am
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Every day until 10.2.14

Jason Tudor’s solo exhibition Drawings of Free Invention will be displayed at The Habitat. Opening reception is September 4th at 7pm. The show runs through October 2nd. Tudor begins each piece with freeform intuitive drawings, echoing patterns found in the natural world to create a rhythmic composition of lines, shapes, and motifs. Rather than working towards a predetermined composition, he lets the drawing grow organically, encouraging adventitiousness and allowing for serendipitous reconstructions. He then digitalizes these images and by combining,…

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Free

“Exposed Square”

October 2 @ 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Every day until 10.3.14
Trestle Gallery,
168 7th St, 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11215 United States
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Trestle Gallery is delighted to present the work of Véronique Gambier. In her second exhibition with the gallery, Gambier will present her latest paintings, works from her new Figments series, and her first-ever site specific installation, Exposed Square 1. Gambier will collaborate with the gallery space by literally opening its walls in order to unveil an expansive dichotomy between looking out and peering within. Her continued investigations into color, brushwork and three-dimensionality reveal how tensions can and do exist within…

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