Check it out, now you can go putt- putt in Brooklyn, Bushwick Style.
“The Putting Lot explores the possibilities of vacant lots in the city with an emphasis on community spaces. Our aim is to inspire the imaginations of our visitors and provoke a conversation about neighborhood sustainability. We invite you to play the nine holes, each designed by a different team of artists or architects, enjoy local Brooklyn-based bites at the snack-shack, participate a variety of activities and events, or just stop by and hang out in the shade.”
We stopped by Men.Style’s Women of Fashion Party on Wednesday for a good time that involved blackouts….so here are the shots we captured including Kanye. The event was to honor all the women behind the scenes in the fashion industry. They hired Olivier Zahm(Purple Magazine) to photograph the girls. See Olivier’s work here.
The powerHouse Arena invites you to celebrate the launch of
It’s Just Begun: The Epic Journey of DJ Disco Wiz, Hip Hop’s First Latino DJ
By Ivan Sanchez and Luis “DJ Disco Wiz” Cedeño
Music by Grandmaster Caz, Master of Ceremonies for the Evening.
Featuring performances by Prince Whipper Whip, Poison Pen, DJ GI Joe, Bocafloja, Hst, Circa ‘95, Alvare, Eye-N-See, Hasan Salaam, and Rebel Diaz. Readings by Nile Rodgers, Charlie Ahearn, and Jamel Shabazz.
Entrance is $20 at the door and includes a copy of the book.
Books may be pre-ordered when you RSVP.
Friday, June 5, 2009 from 5:00–9:00pm
The powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
If you’re hanging around New York this weekend, The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Festival 2009 is going on at the 69th Regiment Armory at Lexington Avenue and 25th Street.
“The MoCCA Festival, held each June since 2002, offers a unique venue to see and purchase comics, mini-comics, web comics, graphic novels, animation, posters, prints, original artwork, and much more. Thousands of people who love cartoons and comics — from hardcore collectors and enthusiasts to the merely curious — come to the Festival each summer to meet, talk to, and purchase works from some of today’s best cartoon and comics artists, writers, editors, and publishers.
Each year, the Festival also invites dozens of well-respected creators, scholars, and other experts to participate in a two-day slate of lecture/discussion panels on a wide range of comics and cartoon topics. Scheduled to appear are John Green, Tom Hart, Charles Hatfield on Jack Kirby, Al Jaffee, Arnold Roth, Tom Kaczynski, David Mazzuchelli, Dave Roman, Frank Santoro in Conversation with Gary Panter, Seth, Raina Telgemeier, Adrian Tomine, Marion Vitus, and more. Guests and scheduling are subject to change.”
This looks like the place to spend the next 4 days weather permitting of course. Studio Square in Long Island City boasts 30,000 square feet of beer garden fun. It features a self-serve menu and everything on it costs $8 (sides will run you $3).
They also have 20 beers on tap for $6. One thing to note since it’s gigantic, it will not get overcrowded like the garden in Billysburg.
Opening tonight at TTC Gallery in Copenhagen is Alex Lukas’ latest show The Gray Skies of Morning. In addition to new works, the show will feature a curated selection of zines made in Philadelphia by the likes of Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Dan Murphy, Christopher Kline, Mark Price and many, many more.
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