Some Place Like Home unites an international selection of site-specific works by Olek, in collaboration with Integrated Vision's Michelle P. Dodson, Swoon, Olivia Steele, Boxhead and Moral Turgeman, addressing the range of associations—from domestic bliss to bleakness—that define our experience of the home. The recontextualized works explore themes of estrangement and belonging in both public and private spaces.Read More
The Little House represents the comfort, communication and interactivity that we have within ourselves and our surroundings. This installation is a homage to understanding that love and oneness come from within, a place to dive into different perspectives of our environments. It's an endeavor seeking to aid and raise the vibration in our hearts. We wish for all to see the light that shines within.
Home is where the heart is. Access the home within you.Read More
Take an extraordinary journey into a world without limits on a vast oceanfront dreamscape with epic views of our beloved city. Explore a futuristic playground filled with world-class music, enchanting performances, inspiring ideas, dazzling art and a healthy dose of profound creativity, connection, and magic.Read More
MUSIC | INNOVATION | FILM
400 BANDS. 150 SPEAKERS. 50 FILMS. UNLIMITED DISCOVERIES.
JUNE 8-14, 2015. BROOKLYN. #NSIDE
For seven days every June, over 100,000 creatives and cultural trendsetters come to Brooklyn to discover the future of music, innovation and film.
With over 400 bands, 150 speakers and 50 films, attendees come to Northside to say I saw it here first.
My Big Fat Jewish Wedding, is returning to NYC!
After a smashing success in 2012, 2014's promises to be the year of the Jewish wedding. www.mbfjw.com
Mission: My Big Fat Jewish Wedding, is a brand focused on showing how exciting Jewish wedding shopping can be. Based around an annual fair, we are all about exposing the amazing creative and artistic availability in this world of deeply cultural traditions and guidelines.Read More
Don't sweat the Brooklyn summer, baby! Join us upstate NY, as we migrate from Brooklyn to Narrowsburg, for a weekend of camping and music.Read More
On June 7th and 8th, 2014, FIGMENT New York kicked off another amazing summer of free art and events on Governors Island in New York Harbor, with the FIGMENT NYC Event. It was amazing, as we welcomed 26,656 visitors who engaged with hundreds of participatory art projects in every imaginable medium. Every day for the rest of the summer (until September 21) you can visit the island to play
John Good - trombone & vocals, Jesse Sternberg - acoustic guitar, vocals & song-writer, Danielle Kolker - ukulele, clarinet & backup vocals, Jesse Jacobsen - Bass guitar & lead guitar and Eric Dryburgh - Drums - together make Out Of System Transfer!
Article by Avi Werde - Photos by Ruvi Leider PhotographyRead More