Monthly Archives: June 2013

‘Free Arts’ is Serving Children of NYC

One troubling reality about the art world is that it is not often accessible to everyone. Sure, in New York City culture is abundant, but arts education and museum access is not as readily available as many would like. One … Continue reading

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The List Your Inbox Needs to Navigate ‘Nonsense’ in NYC

  Nonsense NYC wants to inform you of all happenings artistic, independent, and strange. A source of alternative arts events info amid a city where the mainstream cultural outlets are glaringly commercialized and well, mainstream, Nonsense NYC is an initiative … Continue reading

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The Art of Paperie is a Family Affair

In an era where technology allows us to convey messages and communicate with each other at lighting fast speeds, it’s awfully nice to step away from our devices and slow down for a moment now and then. When was the … Continue reading

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Every 2:ND Friday is One Good Reason to Walk Around Williamsburg

There’s a fantastic way to experience the best local and international art and galleries Brooklyn has to offer, and it’s happening every second Friday. Presented by the Williamsburg Gallery Association, Williamsburg Every 2:ND Friday is an art walk that guides … Continue reading

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Dancing in the Bronx

  If you want to find innovative, passionate street performances in New York City, look no further than the Bronx. Since 1993, Dancing in the Streets has been choreographing incredible performances in the city; the non-profit organization first made a … Continue reading

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Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market

Artists and Fleas are not mutually exclusive in Williamsburg, one of Brooklyn’s most notoriously hip neighborhoods. The upside of being home to what some consider “the birthplace of American hipsters,” is that Williamsburg actually has some pretty neat things going … Continue reading

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A Jazz Festival Like No Other: Arts for Art Brings ‘Vision’ To NYC

Summer music series, as great as some may be, are a dime a dozen. As summertime creeps in, music festivals and huge, commercially endorsed outdoor concerts flood New York City’s many venues, often leaving much to be desired in a … Continue reading

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