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PHOTOVILLE is a new Brooklyn-based photo destination - a veritable village of freight containers transformed into temporary exhibition spaces, taking place this summer from June 22 to July 1, 2012.
Photoville will feature a feisty mix of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on workshops, nighttime projections, a photo dog run, a camera greenhouse, and a summer beer-garden with food trucks that will create a photography destination like no other.
Occupying more than 60,000 sq. feet in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, Photoville will be located on the uplands of Pier 3, along the Brooklyn Waterfront between DUMBO and Atlantic Avenue.
With this Festival, we strive to foster and challenge creative expression, as well as unite and support both the artists, residents and businesses of these unique communities. Artists from all locations and walks of life are welcome to apply and engage in this collaborative effort to bring exceptional life to their work!
Buy your tickets in advance to take advantage of discounts and secure your seat -- seating in some venues is extremely limited reserve in advance.
In Bed With Ulysses is a new documentary, exploring the most arduous of artistic efforts, the loftiest of literary achievements, and the carnal elements of human consciousness that infused and drove its creation. Tracing the staging of delectable passages with the creation of the novel, In Bed With Ulysses tells the very sexy back story of a very sexy novel and of its writer James Joyce. With dramatic readings by Kathleen Chalfant, (Angels in America, Wit), Acclaimed NY stage actress. This film is to be released simultaneously with the expiration of the copyright on the novel. This documentary is intended to celebrate the ultimate liberation of the most embattled work of literature in history.The theater, at 70 Henry Street, doesn't have online ticketing but if you'd like to reserve seats email email@example.com and they reserve you no-fee seats for up to twenty minutes before the film begins.
Come out and beautify Red Hook!
FROM 9AM-NOON - We'll concentrate our efforts on revamping Van Brunt as we weed tree pits and sidewalk crevices, and pick up wind-swept debris. The early crew will start at the corner of Van Brunt and Beard and continue north until our bags are full and we run out of steam. Bring your neighbor, or meet a new one.Gloves, trash bags, and cleaning materials will be provided by the City's Parks Department. But if you have your own gloves, or other materials, please do bring them. You can sign-in and pick up gloves in front of SBIDC's offices at 402 Van Brunt, near Coffey Street.