The annual NYC festival for contemporary psychogeography where international artists, technologists, urban adventurers and the public put investigations of everyday city life into practice on the streets. A production of Glowlab.
Through Our Eyes: Belfast/New York
Artist Exchange International (AEI) presents Part I of a two-part exhibition at The Painting Center from September 5 to 30, 2006, with a panel discussion and film screening held at Pace University. Thirteen artists will travel from Belfast to participate in the exhibition.
State of Our Union: Watts Prophets plus very special guests
Bringing it home from the other side, the Watts Prophets make a rare New York appearance featuring a poetry orchestra made up of local children and very special guests. Rising from the ashes of the 1965 Watts riots and formed at the Watts Writer's Workshop, The Watts Prophets set their socially and politically conscious poetry to spare, often jazzy musical backing. They remain dedicated community activists today, promoting creative self-expression and the arts to young people around the country.
Sunday, September 10, 10PM
Monday, September 11, 8PM
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council presents
Second Annual Concert On Pier 35 on South St. between Rutgers and Jefferson Sts.
September 9: New York Chinese Festival Chorus, 4PM; New York Repertory
September 10: Anthony Rodriguez and La Santa Luz
September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows looked outwards after September 11th, to make a connection between what happened to our family members that day and the experience of terrorism, violence and war affecting other families all over the world. Their goal was to find common ground and to move towards a time when no family, anywhere, had to experience the losses they experienced.