This is the endless summer of endless parties
and to keep the ball rolling heres a bunch more awesome events not to be missed.
Starting this week
Thursday August 30th 7 to 10pm
The long awaited opening of Way Way Up Close Far Away,
an installation by HappyFun- This is Erik and my art project- we've had this space for almost 3 years now
and have yet to show our work, so we're really excited.
It will be a crazy textured psychedelic-magic candy land-Quite literally, a paper garden grown from the discarded shards of modern culture.
(plus Next Door at Live With Animals the closing party of En Blancas Negras Raul de Nieves art installation- And on the loading dock at Mollusk surf shop SEVENTIES CHEESE NIGHT featuring super-rad skate films from the 1970's! projected onto the white tanks outside)
Saturday September 1st 3 to 9pm
Monster Island takes over P.S.1's Final Warm up with a celebration of New York's Vibrant underground Scene highlighted by the 10 year anniversary of Oneida-Brooklyn's legendary and influential underground rock god's who helped make the Williamsburg rock scene-though they adamantly deny this.
and DJ's Knox overstreet, DJ Weirds, Fitz and Brad Truax
plus Mighty Robot A/V Squad
Thursday September 6th 7:30 to 10pm
Winds are screaming horrendous and beautiful,the smell of metal and salt, like the tip of a bloody iceberg. Wander Further, about twice as far as before, deeper into the forest of monster island. Large and small collaborations by Sandra Chi and Daniel Baxter. Drawings come to life at Secret Project Robot's new side project gallery...
Saturday September 8th 2 to 10pm
Monster Island Arts and Music Festival Block Party Group Show
A block party aimed at sensory overload, with 7 band performances, film and A/V screenings, a building wide group installation, open studios, a cookout at Mollusk Surf Shop and an art sale in the clouds.
Big A little a (8 to 9pm)
Golden Triangle (7 to 8pm)
Robot Death Cult
Oneida, Awesome color, Ex Models, Jah Division Jam Session
This event happens to be the same day as the Deitch Parade, but you can come to the Monster Island Arts and Music Festival before or after, Manhattan is so over anyways...
See you there
For more information visit http://secretprojectrobot.org
or email Rachel Nelson at email@example.com
Secret Project Robot is an installation and performance centered experimental art space that believes in creating a supportive environment which functions outside the usual commercial sphere where artists are free to experiment, create, and develop styles that aren't contingent upon their ability to sell.
210 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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