Let loose while we plan your weekend.
New York Live Arts presents The Barnard Project tonight at 7:30pm. Celebrate their eighth year of bringing artists and dancers together for a truly one of a kind experience.
There’s nothing like thinking outside the box in a 6’ x 6’ x 6’ space. Don’t miss this series of experimental plays held in Brooklyn’s renown Brick Theater. For more information check out Tiny Theater 2012.
Museum of Arts and Design welcomes Paris-based choreographer Liz Santoro and the world premiere of her latest work Watch It. Staged on the loading dock of the museum, this performance guarantees to be intimate and thought provoking, begins this evening at 8pm.
The Brooklyn Museum is hosting the Children’s Book Fair featuring an all star cast of authors and illustrators. Attendees are encouraged to stay for a special performance of The Composer is Dead, recommended for children ages five and up.
Dear Sandy, we’re not sorry to see you go—Join Jennifer Egan, Jonathan Franzen, Joseph O’Neil, and loads more literati for a hurricane relief fundraiser for powerHouse Arena. For more information and how you can help click here.
Brooklyn Arts Exchange presents their Open Studio Series. Stay tune for the moderated question and answer period and share your thoughts with your favorite artist.