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  • January 22    
    After the terrorist attacks of 9/11 New York City’s economy was almost as damaged as its morale. As deputy mayor during the Bloomberg administration, Daniel L.
  • January 23    
    Offered in connection with the new exhibition “Waterfront” at BHS DUMBO. Artwork featured above by Barry Rosenthal.
  • January 23    
    Brooklyn Historical Society and Underwater New York present six New York artists and writers whose works address the history and future of our waterways.
  • January 26    
    At a crossroads in his own life, New York Times journalist John Leland found himself connecting with some of New York City’s oldest residents in order to understand the experience of aging during the...
  • February 22    
    Collaborative duo Shaina Branfman and Bryan Strimpel explore how one's inner child can survive amidst the often-gruesome struggles of being alive.
  • February 23    
    Collaborative duo Shaina Branfman and Bryan Strimpel explore how one's inner child can survive amidst the often-gruesome struggles of being alive.
  • February 24    
    Collaborative duo Shaina Branfman and Bryan Strimpel explore how one's inner child can survive amidst the often-gruesome struggles of being alive.
  • March 8    
    The glittery depths are rising. The Little Streams are simply overflowing with excitement to share with you their newest piece, Ladies In The Water. Born of the sea, from the foam and bubbles, a...
  • March 10    
    The glittery depths are rising. The Little Streams are simply overflowing with excitement to share with you their newest piece, Ladies In The Water. Born of the sea, from the foam and bubbles, a...
  • April 26    
    Vanessa Walters/Ripening returns to Triskelion Arts after two years, to present Ripening – Seedlings, a foray into the infinitesimal.

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