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Nov
29
12:00 PM12:00

Urban Arts Showcase 7

NYC Urban Arts Showcase is back at it for our 7th event and its taking place in a refurbished bodega in Alphabet City. Graffiti Art Exhibit featuring TAKI183, PHETUS88, KINGBEE Uw x Sen 2 and more! ASA College will be on site promoting there programs and Goodys Granola has some amazing local made granola for sale. Be sure to check out the private label street wear pop up shop from independent brands TBA.

FREE EVENT: RSVP A MUST: x101jamz@gmail.com

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Nov
28
12:00 PM12:00

Urban Arts Showcase 7

NYC Urban Arts Showcase is back at it for our 7th event and its taking place in a refurbished bodega in Alphabet City. Graffiti Art Exhibit featuring TAKI183, PHETUS88, KINGBEE Uw x Sen 2 and more! ASA College will be on site promoting there programs and Goodys Granola has some amazing local made granola for sale. Be sure to check out the private label street wear pop up shop from independent brands TBA.

FREE EVENT: RSVP A MUST: x101jamz@gmail.com 


 

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Nov
22
12:00 PM12:00

And Then One Day

And Then One Day makes artifacts around a theme, and works with artists who use the artifacts as inspiration for a story of their own.

Our inaugural gallery show involves 10 artists, each a specialist in a different medium.
Please join us at 195 Ave C. to interact with the artifacts shared with the artists and enjoy the work that's been created.

Saturday, November 22nd - 9pm
Party and Performances: meet the artists and enjoy performances and presentations of the works.

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Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

And Then One Day

And Then One Day makes artifacts around a theme, and works with artists who use the artifacts as inspiration for a story of their own.

Our inaugural gallery show involves 10 artists, each a specialist in a different medium.
Please join us at 195 Ave C. to interact with the artifacts shared with the artists and enjoy the work that's been created.

Friday, November 21st - 5pm - 10pm
Opening Reception: come by and enjoy a drink with the editors.

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Nov
16
1:00 PM13:00

You Are Here - Open Gallery

Our neighborhood is portrayed in hundreds of movies and TV shows. Do you think those shows look like the Loisaida you know? This past May, four photographers chronicled the faces of the community during the Loisaida Festival

Free and open to the public.

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Nov
15
1:00 PM13:00

You Are Here - Open Gallery

Our neighborhood is portrayed in hundreds of movies and TV shows. Do you think those shows look like the Loisaida you know? This past May, four photographers chronicled the faces of the community during the Loisaida Festival

Free and open to the public.

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Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

You Are Here - Open Gallery

Our neighborhood is portrayed in hundreds of movies and TV shows. Do you think those shows look like the Loisaida you know? This past May, four photographers chronicled the faces of the community during the Loisaida Festival

Free and open to the public.

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Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

You Are Here - Opening Party

You Are Here showcases the diversity of people ether living in or enjoying the Lower East Side. Four New York based photographers took turns shooting a cross section of attendees of the Loisaida Festival in 2014 who had the courage and spontaneity to express themselves on a swelteringly hot day. We dedicate the exhibit to the people of the Lower East Side, who emerged in all their variety and spirit.

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Oct
9
to Oct 11

Born Too Late

On October 9th Independent artist Amy Collado will unveil her debut exhibition “Born Too Late: A Photographic Tribute to NYC’s New Golden Era” - featuring the Brooklyn Four Crew & Friends. #BornTooLate will be exhibited at a former bodega in Alphabet City left soggy & vacant after Sandy that is now transformed into a place of the community dubbed Specials on C. Using the family album, this photographic essay charmingly illustrates the inner city culture of 1970’s & 1980’s New York City spanning over the course of 5 years.

With the “Rise of the Creative” in full effect, we see and hear a unique voice, poking through, weaving past and current cultures into a visual textbook, shedding light on the often overlooked building blocks of our culture, the youth. Amy Collado is a Brooklyn native who grew up surrounded by family, as one integral part of a bigger whole. To combat the loss of interpersonal communication, she curates an exhibit focused on the history of her family and upbringing in order to shed light on our similarities as ONE HUMAN race.

“This is my story, your story. Each of us holds a piece to the bigger picture and we often forget that the bigger picture goes beyond the person you see when you look in the mirror. Sometimes you have to look back to truly appreciate the world around you now.”
-Amy Collado

Come celebrate this era featuring original photographs taken from 1978 to 1983 including an unveiling of a unique work by Brian Kirhagis and a special jewelry presentation by Botanica NY in response to this unforgettable time.

Open to the Public

Friday October 10th,  2pm - 8pm

Saturday October 11th, 5pm - 9:30pm

 

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Oct
9
7:30 PM19:30

Born Too Late - Opening Reception

On October 9th Independent artist Amy Collado will unveil her debut exhibition “Born Too Late: A Photographic Tribute to NYC’s New Golden Era” - featuring the Brooklyn Four Crew & Friends. #BornTooLate will be exhibited at a former bodega in Alphabet City left soggy & vacant after Sandy that is now transformed into a place of the community dubbed Specials on C. Using the family album, this photographic essay charmingly illustrates the inner city culture of 1970’s & 1980’s New York City spanning over the course of 5 years.

With the “Rise of the Creative” in full effect, we see and hear a unique voice, poking through, weaving past and current cultures into a visual textbook, shedding light on the often overlooked building blocks of our culture, the youth. Amy Collado is a Brooklyn native who grew up surrounded by family, as one integral part of a bigger whole. To combat the loss of interpersonal communication, she curates an exhibit focused on the history of her family and upbringing in order to shed light on our similarities as ONE HUMAN race.

“This is my story, your story. Each of us holds a piece to the bigger picture and we often forget that the bigger picture goes beyond the person you see when you look in the mirror. Sometimes you have to look back to truly appreciate the world around you now.”
-Amy Collado

Come celebrate this era featuring original photographs taken from 1978 to 1983 including an unveiling of a unique work by Brian Kirhagis and a special jewelry presentation by Botanica NY in response to this unforgettable time. 

Opening Reception:  Thursday, October 9th. 7:30pm - 10pm.

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Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

SPECIALS Special Night

Come by SPECIALS on C for a night of drinks and conversation with the SPECIALS community. View the space, meet new people, and learn about the many projects going on within this community of creators and makers. Let’s look back at what we’ve achieved in the first year of the deli and work together to craft our future.

RSVP here...

http://specialsspecialnight.splashthat.com/

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Jul
27
to Aug 1

Pop Up Makerspace by The Makery

The Makery is a pop-up Makerspace - part shop & part workshop.  A temporary venue where youth and adults are encouraged to be curious, to tinker, to experiment, and to make with technology. The Makery is a place where communities can gather to play with the creative power of digital design and fabrication, physical computing, and computer programming.  In addition to workshops, we also create interactive events and installations for the public to explore.  

The Makery @ Specials on C workshops...

Animate Lights: Arduino Programming
Sun July 27 1:00-3:30PM
https://makeryarduinolights.eventbrite.com

Intro to 3D Printing: Make Your Own Chess Piece or Figurine 
Sun July 27 3:30-6:00PM
https://makery3dpieces.eventbrite.com
 

Maker Film Club Night: Screening of Primer 
Sun July 27 7:00-9:00PM
http://makerfilmclub.eventbrite.com/

 

3D Printing Machine Time: Bring in Your 3D Models to Print Out
Mon July 28th 1:00-7:30PM
http://makerybodega3dmachinetime.eventbrite.com

 

Soldering Skills: Create Your Own Simon Says

Mon July 28th 2:00-4:30PM
https://makerysolderingsimon.eventbrite.com

Make Decals for your laptop or phone: 2D Vector Design & Vinyl Cutting
Mon July 28th 6:30-8:30PM
https://makeryvinyldecals.eventbrite.com

Design Instruments and Game Controllers
Tue July 29 2:00-4:00 PM 
http://makerymakeymakeycontrollers.eventbrite.com

Intro to Raspberry Pi: Make a Cupcade (Mini Arcade)
Tues July 29 6:00- 9:00 PM
https://makerycupcade.eventbrite.com

Design & Program a Game 
Wed July 30 2:00-5:00 PM
https://makeryscratchgames.eventbrite.com

Make a Conductive Patch: Intro to Weareables 
Thurs July 31 2:00-4:30 PM
https://makerysoftcircuitspatch.eventbrite.com

3D Scanning, Processing, and Printing Objects from the Real World
Thurs July 31 6:00- 8:30 PM
http://makery3dscanprintrealworld.eventbrite.com

Conductive Pop Up Cards: Intro to Conductive Paint
Fri  August 1 10:00am-noon 
https://makeryconductivepopup.eventbrite.com

3D Object Design Competition & Social
Wed July 30 6:30-8:00 PM
https://3dobjectcompetition.eventbrite.com
hosted with 3D Hubs

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Jul
1
7:00 PM19:00

The Content Lab - Meetup

Let's Build a Content Toolbox

By Content Lab

Together we'll identify tools and techniques to accomplish communication goals. Using a whiteboard and post-its, we'll organize them into categories like audience research, concept development, and analysis. Then it'll be shared via a Google doc.

Thing is, content strategy is a diverse field spanning information architecture, marketing and communications, publishing, and library science. Secondly, our work and personal projects span both high level systems thinking and product development, down to specific tasks like copywriting and content inventories.

So let's share the tools we've used (or know of), and break them down in a fun, interactive way. 

RSVP for The Content Lab

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Jun
14
9:00 AM09:00

Pop Up Makerspace for Kids!

 

Kids (6-15) won't believe the cool projects they'll be creating in this pop up makerspace. We call our projects "Challenges" because they inspire kids to engage with science and engineering, level up in new skills, and learn to love the process of designing, building, inventing and learning. Here are a few examples of the fun projects your young maker will be creating at each station:

Spy Cards: Enter a world of intrigue with our Secret Agent Card project. Create an interactive ID card to identify fellow agents, communicate in ciphers, and tell the story of your covert mission to save the world! Secret Agent kits teach paper circuitry, fundamental electrical engineering principles, the art of encryption, and visual storytelling. How would you address a real world problem with your new skills? We can’t wait to find out!

Paper Rockets: Makers build their own paper rockets and launch them with compressed air to altitudes of 50 feet, 100 feet…or more. How high can your rocket go? Makers learn principles of motion and force in this engineering and design experiment.

MaKey MaKey & Squishy Circuits: Make a game controller or musical instrument with MaKey MaKey and Squishy Circuits. MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard--and almost anything can become an input device like Squishy Circuits (conductive play-doh or even a banana). We’re making infinitely variable conductive controllers!

Soap Boats: Make your own boat and race it in a water tank. This fun build demonstrates the Marangoni Effect, how mass transfers along an interface between two fluids due to surface tension gradients.

Sharpie Fabric Tie Dye: Create your own psychedelic wristband or piece of art with fabric, felt, a sharpie, and alcohol. Demonstrates liquid adhesion and absorption.

Tesla Music to Patterns Challenge: We’re taking the Nikola Tesla challenge to “to find the secrets of the universe” by exploring “energy frequency, and vibration.” Makers will adjust music tones from an underlying speaker to vibrate a plate to change tone pitch and form amazingly complex geometric patterns. It’s about visualizing sound waves!

Sink or Swim Experiment: Guess which of various objects will sink or float in tap water and salted water. Will your favorite drink suspend or swallow household objects. Demonstrates density.

Secret Code Ciphers: Makers will quickly create their own cipher language and write secret messages in code (warning: could result in students passing crazy messages to each other! 

Paper Circuits: Create a Glowing Cyclops Face or Tea Light out of cardboard, an LED and a small battery. Then take it to the next level by creating a Special Agent ID Card or pop up card with a slide switch that activates your LED.

...and more!!!

MORE ABOUT MAKERSTATE
MakerState makerspaces empower kids with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) passion and skill through makerspaces in robot engineering, fashion/wearable electronics, video game design, paper circuits, 3D prototyping and printing, comic book creation, and moviemaking. MakerState hosts its makerspaces in after school and school gap time programs, community workshops, pop up makerspaces, summer camps and birthday party celebrations. MakerState introduces maker learning to kids and schools through Pop Up Makerspaces and its unique STEAMtrunks “makerspace-in-a-box” kit. Learn more about our program at www.maker-state.com.

REGISTER HERE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-makerspace-tickets-11643017579?ref=ebtnebregn

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Jun
13
3:00 PM15:00

Pop Up Makerspace for Kids!

 

Kids (6-15) won't believe the cool projects they'll be creating in this pop up makerspace. We call our projects "Challenges" because they inspire kids to engage with science and engineering, level up in new skills, and learn to love the process of designing, building, inventing and learning. Here are a few examples of the fun projects your young maker will be creating at each station:

Spy Cards: Enter a world of intrigue with our Secret Agent Card project. Create an interactive ID card to identify fellow agents, communicate in ciphers, and tell the story of your covert mission to save the world! Secret Agent kits teach paper circuitry, fundamental electrical engineering principles, the art of encryption, and visual storytelling. How would you address a real world problem with your new skills? We can’t wait to find out!

Paper Rockets: Makers build their own paper rockets and launch them with compressed air to altitudes of 50 feet, 100 feet…or more. How high can your rocket go? Makers learn principles of motion and force in this engineering and design experiment.

MaKey MaKey & Squishy Circuits: Make a game controller or musical instrument with MaKey MaKey and Squishy Circuits. MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard--and almost anything can become an input device like Squishy Circuits (conductive play-doh or even a banana). We’re making infinitely variable conductive controllers!

Soap Boats: Make your own boat and race it in a water tank. This fun build demonstrates the Marangoni Effect, how mass transfers along an interface between two fluids due to surface tension gradients.

Sharpie Fabric Tie Dye: Create your own psychedelic wristband or piece of art with fabric, felt, a sharpie, and alcohol. Demonstrates liquid adhesion and absorption.

Tesla Music to Patterns Challenge: We’re taking the Nikola Tesla challenge to “to find the secrets of the universe” by exploring “energy frequency, and vibration.” Makers will adjust music tones from an underlying speaker to vibrate a plate to change tone pitch and form amazingly complex geometric patterns. It’s about visualizing sound waves!

Sink or Swim Experiment: Guess which of various objects will sink or float in tap water and salted water. Will your favorite drink suspend or swallow household objects. Demonstrates density.

Secret Code Ciphers: Makers will quickly create their own cipher language and write secret messages in code (warning: could result in students passing crazy messages to each other! 

Paper Circuits: Create a Glowing Cyclops Face or Tea Light out of cardboard, an LED and a small battery. Then take it to the next level by creating a Special Agent ID Card or pop up card with a slide switch that activates your LED.

...and more!!!

MORE ABOUT MAKERSTATE
MakerState makerspaces empower kids with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) passion and skill through makerspaces in robot engineering, fashion/wearable electronics, video game design, paper circuits, 3D prototyping and printing, comic book creation, and moviemaking. MakerState hosts its makerspaces in after school and school gap time programs, community workshops, pop up makerspaces, summer camps and birthday party celebrations. MakerState introduces maker learning to kids and schools through Pop Up Makerspaces and its unique STEAMtrunks “makerspace-in-a-box” kit. Learn more about our program at www.maker-state.com.

REGISTER HERE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-makerspace-tickets-11643017579?ref=ebtnebregn

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May
31
10:00 AM10:00

Pop Up Makerspace for Kids!

Kids (6-15) won't believe the cool projects they'll be creating in this pop up makerspace. We call our projects "Challenges" because they inspire kids to engage with science and engineering, level up in new skills, and learn to love the process of designing, building, inventing and learning. Here are a few examples of the fun projects your young maker will be creating at each station:

Spy Cards: Enter a world of intrigue with our Secret Agent Card project. Create an interactive ID card to identify fellow agents, communicate in ciphers, and tell the story of your covert mission to save the world! Secret Agent kits teach paper circuitry, fundamental electrical engineering principles, the art of encryption, and visual storytelling. How would you address a real world problem with your new skills? We can’t wait to find out!

Paper Rockets: Makers build their own paper rockets and launch them with compressed air to altitudes of 50 feet, 100 feet…or more. How high can your rocket go? Makers learn principles of motion and force in this engineering and design experiment.

MaKey MaKey & Squishy Circuits: Make a game controller or musical instrument with MaKey MaKey and Squishy Circuits. MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard--and almost anything can become an input device like Squishy Circuits (conductive play-doh or even a banana). We’re making infinitely variable conductive controllers!

Soap Boats: Make your own boat and race it in a water tank. This fun build demonstrates the Marangoni Effect, how mass transfers along an interface between two fluids due to surface tension gradients.

Sharpie Fabric Tie Dye: Create your own psychedelic wristband or piece of art with fabric, felt, a sharpie, and alcohol. Demonstrates liquid adhesion and absorption.

Tesla Music to Patterns Challenge: We’re taking the Nikola Tesla challenge to “to find the secrets of the universe” by exploring “energy frequency, and vibration.” Makers will adjust music tones from an underlying speaker to vibrate a plate to change tone pitch and form amazingly complex geometric patterns. It’s about visualizing sound waves!

Sink or Swim Experiment: Guess which of various objects will sink or float in tap water and salted water. Will your favorite drink suspend or swallow household objects. Demonstrates density.

Secret Code Ciphers: Makers will quickly create their own cipher language and write secret messages in code (warning: could result in students passing crazy messages to each other! 

Paper Circuits: Create a Glowing Cyclops Face or Tea Light out of cardboard, an LED and a small battery. Then take it to the next level by creating a Special Agent ID Card or pop up card with a slide switch that activates your LED.

...and more!!!

MORE ABOUT MAKERSTATE
MakerState makerspaces empower kids with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) passion and skill through makerspaces in robot engineering, fashion/wearable electronics, video game design, paper circuits, 3D prototyping and printing, comic book creation, and moviemaking. MakerState hosts its makerspaces in after school and school gap time programs, community workshops, pop up makerspaces, summer camps and birthday party celebrations. MakerState introduces maker learning to kids and schools through Pop Up Makerspaces and its unique STEAMtrunks “makerspace-in-a-box” kit. Learn more about our program at www.maker-state.com.

REGISTER HERE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-makerspace-tickets-11643017579?ref=ebtnebregn

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May
30
1:00 PM13:00

Pop Up Makerspace for Kids!

 

Kids (6-15) won't believe the cool projects they'll be creating in this pop up makerspace. We call our projects "Challenges" because they inspire kids to engage with science and engineering, level up in new skills, and learn to love the process of designing, building, inventing and learning. Here are a few examples of the fun projects your young maker will be creating at each station:

Spy Cards: Enter a world of intrigue with our Secret Agent Card project. Create an interactive ID card to identify fellow agents, communicate in ciphers, and tell the story of your covert mission to save the world! Secret Agent kits teach paper circuitry, fundamental electrical engineering principles, the art of encryption, and visual storytelling. How would you address a real world problem with your new skills? We can’t wait to find out!

Paper Rockets: Makers build their own paper rockets and launch them with compressed air to altitudes of 50 feet, 100 feet…or more. How high can your rocket go? Makers learn principles of motion and force in this engineering and design experiment.

MaKey MaKey & Squishy Circuits: Make a game controller or musical instrument with MaKey MaKey and Squishy Circuits. MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard--and almost anything can become an input device like Squishy Circuits (conductive play-doh or even a banana). We’re making infinitely variable conductive controllers!

Soap Boats: Make your own boat and race it in a water tank. This fun build demonstrates the Marangoni Effect, how mass transfers along an interface between two fluids due to surface tension gradients.

Sharpie Fabric Tie Dye: Create your own psychedelic wristband or piece of art with fabric, felt, a sharpie, and alcohol. Demonstrates liquid adhesion and absorption.

Tesla Music to Patterns Challenge: We’re taking the Nikola Tesla challenge to “to find the secrets of the universe” by exploring “energy frequency, and vibration.” Makers will adjust music tones from an underlying speaker to vibrate a plate to change tone pitch and form amazingly complex geometric patterns. It’s about visualizing sound waves!

Sink or Swim Experiment: Guess which of various objects will sink or float in tap water and salted water. Will your favorite drink suspend or swallow household objects. Demonstrates density.

Secret Code Ciphers: Makers will quickly create their own cipher language and write secret messages in code (warning: could result in students passing crazy messages to each other! 

Paper Circuits: Create a Glowing Cyclops Face or Tea Light out of cardboard, an LED and a small battery. Then take it to the next level by creating a Special Agent ID Card or pop up card with a slide switch that activates your LED.

...and more!!!

MORE ABOUT MAKERSTATE
MakerState makerspaces empower kids with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) passion and skill through makerspaces in robot engineering, fashion/wearable electronics, video game design, paper circuits, 3D prototyping and printing, comic book creation, and moviemaking. MakerState hosts its makerspaces in after school and school gap time programs, community workshops, pop up makerspaces, summer camps and birthday party celebrations. MakerState introduces maker learning to kids and schools through Pop Up Makerspaces and its unique STEAMtrunks “makerspace-in-a-box” kit. Learn more about our program at www.maker-state.com.

REGISTER HERE
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-makerspace-tickets-11643017579?ref=ebtnebregn

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May
25
12:00 PM12:00

You are Here - Portrait event.

When was the last time you sat for a picture?

A one day free portrait studio during the Loisaida Festival. Electronic copies will be sent via email. The photos may be used as a future exhibition at Specials on C. 

Bring your family, bring a pet. Get dressed up or come as you are. Shoot inside or with the murals outside as a backdrop. 

 

from 12-6. See you there!

 

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May
19
to May 23

Novus Lifestyle Fitness and lifestyle boutique

The typical American lifestyle is fast paced. Due to this fast paced culture, the general population seeks simplicity. Novus Lifestyle aims to show that health is easy by offering simple fitness and eating solutions one step at a time. Health is a lifestyle, not a short term commitment. 

Novus Lifestyle, the new path to a new you.

7AM-9PM daily

Featured in this concept experiment:

Fitness Classes given by:

Tara M. Harrison

Leslie Davenport

Dani Havasy

Products presented by

Cracked Candy

Sugar Whipped

Arbonne Skincare

Art installation by:

Senz Art

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May
17
8:00 PM20:00

The Palate Voyage - a ticketed tasting event. (sat)

Purchase tickets here.

The Palate Voyage dives deeper into the experience with a multi-course tasting menu that challenges eaters to discard their preconceptions and foster conversation.

Some of the courses include:

Asparagus Flan with candied kumquats

Charred Pickled Cauliflower

Beef jerky "pixie stix"

Black sesame cotton candy over scallop carpaccio

and many other surprises

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May
16
8:00 PM20:00

The Palate Voyage - a ticketed tasting event. (fri)

Purchase tickets here

The Palate Voyage dives deeper into the experience with a multi-course tasting menu that challenges eaters to discard their preconceptions and foster conversation.

Some of the courses include:

Asparagus Flan with candied kumquats

Charred Pickled Cauliflower

Beef jerky "pixie stix"

Black sesame cotton candy over scallop carpaccio

and many other surprises

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May
16
to May 18

HYPERAMUSED: My Trip home from school.

Beautiful, glowing, covetous sugar!

 

Hyperamused is an exploration of childhood fantasy and craving, through fanciful objects of desire. The unique vision of Julia Greene of Jump Kitchen, uses food as art, exposing the line of what is meant to be touched, licked, eaten, examined, and revered.

 

From jellyfish and other candy sea creatures to a rock candy castle, explore a land of candy like you’ve never seen before. There will be unique candies for sale such as savory pixie stix and make-your-own cotton candy. Come play and get hyperamused. 

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May
12
4:00 PM16:00

Parsons Scholars Public Viewing II

This interactive multimedia exhibit showcases artwork created collectively by high school seniors in the Parsons Scholars Program, which is a three-year college access program in art and design for highly dedicated students from NYC public high schools. The senior capstone class is grounded in social justice and takes on a critical viewpoint of contemporary culture.  Reflecting on their own personal lives and experiences, the Scholars' work spans topics ranging from religion and food to stereotypes and gender roles. These young artists have taken many risks in manifesting their voices, which too often go unheard in our modern world, and are eager to share their work and engage with the community.  Join us!

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May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Parsons Scholars Public Viewing I

This interactive multimedia exhibit showcases artwork created collectively by high school seniors in the Parsons Scholars Program, which is a three-year college access program in art and design for highly dedicated students from NYC public high schools. The senior capstone class is grounded in social justice and takes on a critical viewpoint of contemporary culture.  Reflecting on their own personal lives and experiences, the Scholars' work spans topics ranging from religion and food to stereotypes and gender roles. These young artists have taken many risks in manifesting their voices, which too often go unheard in our modern world, and are eager to share their work and engage with the community.  Join us!

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May
10
3:00 PM15:00

Parsons Scholars Art Exhibition: Senior Capstone Opening

This interactive multimedia exhibit showcases artwork created collectively by high school seniors in the Parsons Scholars Program, which is a three-year college access program in art and design for highly dedicated students from NYC public high schools. The senior capstone class is grounded in social justice and takes on a critical viewpoint of contemporary culture.  Reflecting on their own personal lives and experiences, the Scholars' work spans topics ranging from religion and food to stereotypes and gender roles. These young artists have taken many risks in manifesting their voices, which too often go unheard in our modern world, and are eager to share their work and engage with the community.  Join us!

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