Tagged: Jason Andrew

2/26/16: BeatNite Downtown Brooklyn

 

Official after party at BRIC (647 Fulton Street) featuring Beat Nite resident DJ jojoSOUL spinning lively urban tunes from 8-10pm. $5 Cover.

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: art spaces and galleries stay open late
Downtown Brooklyn!

organized by Jason Andrew
produced by Norte Maar in collaboration
with BRIC

Fri, Feb 26, 2015, 6-8pm

> Event Map Coming Soon <

Official After Party with DJ jojoSOUL ($5):
@ BRIC 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn
8pm-10pm

Beat Nite …the most underground, exciting, and fiercely independent pockets of the New York art world. –ARTINFO

Beat Nite… Best Neighborhood-Wide Gallery Nite. –L Magazine

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council

Department of Cultural Affairs, Beat Nite, Norte Maar, Brooklyn

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Norte Maar’s signature neighborhood wide gallery night returns featuring the diverse and exciting community of Downtown Brooklyn! Join the throngs of art ponies who will ride out to discover new and the established art spaces through a self-guided tour featuring galleries, alternative art spaces, and this time the world renowned Mark Morris Dance Center! All spaces will be open 6-8pm. Official after party at BRIC (647 Fulton Street) featuring Beat Nite resident DJ jojoSOUL spinning lively urban tunes from 8-10pm. $5 Cover.

Beat Nite Downtown will be held on Friday, February 26, 6-8pm and is presented in collaboration with BRIC. Beat Nite began in 2009 and has continued as a bi-annual event organized by curator Jason Andrew and has been recognized for putting the Bushwick art scene on the map.

Participating Spaces:

321 Gallery
321 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
www.321gallery.org

American Medium
424 Gates Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11216
www.americanmedium.net

BRIC
647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn NY 11217
www.bricartsmedia.org

Clover’s Fine Art Gallery
338 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11201
www.cloversfineart.com

(3) Galleries at LIU Brooklyn
1 University Plaza @ DeKalb and Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn NY 11201
Humanities Gallery: Humanities Bldg, Ground Flr
Salena Gallery: Library Learning Center, Ground Flr
Resnick Gallery: Library Learning Center, 3rd Flr

Mark Morris Dance Center
Featuring dance makers in open studios
3 Lafayette Avenue, Studio C
Brooklyn, NY 11217
www.markmorrisdancegroup.org/dance-center

MoCADA
(Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts)

80 Hanson Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217
www.mocada.org

Urban Glass
647 Fulton Street #1
Brooklyn, NY 11217
www.urbanglass.org

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About Beat Nite:
Beat Nite made its neighborhood debut inFebruary 2009, featuring all of Bushwick’s alternative art spaces and galleries—at the time, only seven. The event grew into a biannual occurrence offering an awesome neighborhood-wide event that many have labeled “half art stroll, half bar crawl.” With over 50 galleries and alternative spaces now in Bushwick/Ridgewood, beginning in 2012 a special guest curator was invited to select spaces from the community’s many great offerings. In the fall of 2015, Norte Maar launched a new initiative with the Beat Niteprogram to feature new emerging artistic communities in Brooklyn and beyond.

About BRIC:
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year. Our main venue, BRIC Arts | Media House, offers a public media center, a major contemporary art exhibition space, two performance spaces, a glass-walled TV studio, and artist work spaces. Some of BRIC’s most acclaimed programs include the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival in Prospect Park, several path-breaking public access media initiatives, including the newly-renamed BRIC TV, and a renowned contemporary art exhibition series. BRIC also offers education and other vital programs at BRIC House and throughout Brooklyn. In addition to making cultural programming genuinely accessible, BRIC is dedicated to providing substantial support to artists and media makers in their efforts to develop work and reach new audiences. BRIC is unusual in both presenting exceptional cultural experiences and nurturing individual expression. This dual commitment enables us to most effectively reflect New York City’s innate cultural richness and diversity.

Norte Maar, BRIC, Brooklyn, Beat Nite, Downtown

Skills

  • Community
  • Performing Arts
  • Visual Arts

VIDEO: The Brooklyn Performance Combine

Check out this beautiful video of “The Brooklyn Performance Combine”

Presented by Norte Maar at the Brooklyn Museum- 11/1/14

“The Brooklyn Performance Combine” – featuring a durational performance mashup of
Brooklyn based poets, painters, and performers

Nov 1, 7-9pm

@ Brooklyn Museum / Beaux-Arts Court
200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn

This event if free.

featured appearances include:

DJ jojoSOUL

Poets/Writers:
Paul D’Agostino
Elaine Equi
Mika Harding
Jerome Sala
Sarah Schmerler

Painters/Sculptors:
Amy Feldman, painter
Ryan Michael Ford, painter

Tamara Gonzales, painter
Susanna Heller, painter
Brooke Moyse, painter
Loren Munk, painter
Jessica Weiss, painter
Rachel Beach, sculptor
Ben Godward, sculptor
Jim Osman, sculptor

Performers:
Josh Henderson, violist
Allie Pizzo, tap dancer
Jeff Feld (performing the only part of Robert Rauschenberg’s “Pelican” that he knows)
Mariel Roberts performing Tristan Perich’s piece for solo cello and six-channel 1-bit electronics
Brooklyn Ballet Youth Ensemble w Gleich Dances
Tiffany Mills Company
Edisa Weeks / Delirious Dances
Vangeline Theater

and William Powhida

Poster image credit: Rico Gatson

Related Press:
VIDEO: The Brooklyn Performance Combine

How Brooklyn missed Brooklyn, by James Panero, The New Criterion, December, 2014

Competition in Common: Art Around New York, by Susan Canning, Sculpture Magazine, December, 2014

Norte Maar to take over the Brooklyn Museum, by Katie Killary, Bushwick Daily, Oct 29, 2014

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Brooklyn-Norte Maar presents its most ambitious collaborative event to date! The Brooklyn Performance Combine is a mashup of poets, painters, and performers at the Brooklyn Museum on November 1 from 7-9pm. The event coincides with the museum’s Target Free Saturdays and responds to the museum’s exhibition Crossing Brooklyn: Bushwick, Bed-Stuy and Beyond. The event is free.

Not so unlike the historic Theater Event #1 that took place at Black Mountain College during the summer of 1952, and Norte Maar’s own End of the World performance at English Kills, The Brooklyn Performance Combine Event unites all art forms in a fusion of poetry, sound, dance, and performance in a single cohesive 120-minute event. It will be epic.

A timer will start the countdown for the performance. Each artist will be programmed to begin and end at a time designated through chance operations within the 120-minute interval. At times a poet will be reading while a sound artist is performing. A dancer will enter, perform and depart. Sounds will overlap. There will be silence. Every aspect of the performance will be unrehearsed, live, spontaneous, and uninterrupted. Audiences can come and go as the event clock ticks out of time.

Skills

  • Community
  • Literary Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Visual Arts

3/6/15- Beat Nite 12 After-party at The Vasquez

While on your Beat Nite gallery travels, don’t miss “Something Naught” featuring work from Matthew Mahler at Centotto- 7-10pm

Then… it’s time to DANCE!!!

After-party at The Vasquez!

DJ CallMeYo at 9:30-11pm

DJ jojoSOUL at 11pm-1am

Beat Nite 12

Beat Nite 12

Beat Nite 12:
art spaces and galleries stay open late
spaces curated by Ben Sutton

produced by Jason Andrew
organized by Norte Maar
poster by Ellen Letcher
media sponsor Bushwick Daily

Fri, Mar 6, 2014, 6-10pm

After-party at The Vazquez, 10pm-1am
Heath at the door
Light installation by Julia Sinelnikova
featuring DJ jojoSOUL
$10 at the door / includes a drink ticket
93 Forrest Street, Brooklyn

>>Download Event Map<<

Beat Nite …the most underground, exciting, and fiercely independent pockets of the New York art world. –ARTINFO

Beat Nite… Best Neighborhood-Wide Gallery Nite. –L Magazine

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council

Department of Cultural Affairs, Beat Nite, Norte Maar

Media Sponsor:

Norte Maar, Bushwick Daily, Bushwick

Drink Sponsor:

Norte Maar, Vazquez, Brooklyn Brewery, Beat Nite, after party, Bushwick

Selected Spaces__________________________

Norte Maar (Host Space)
83 Wyckoff Avenue
Brooklyn, NY  11237
www.nortemaar.org

MICROSCOPE
1329 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn,NY 11237
www.microscopegallery.com

TRANSMITTER
1329 Willoughby Avenue #2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.transmitter.nyc

TSA
1329 Willoughby Avenue #2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.newyork.tigerstrikesasteroid.com

SARDINE
286 Stanhope Street
Brooklyn NY 11237
www.sardinebk.com

KIMBERLY-KLARK
788 Woodward Avenue
Ridgewood, Queens 11385
www.kimberly-klark.com

99¢ PLUS
238 Wilson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.99centplusgallery.com

OUTLET FINE ART
253 Wilson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.outletbk.com

JACKIE KLEMPAY
81 Central Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
www.jackieklempay.com

ODETTA
229 Cook Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
www.odettagallery.com

CENTOTTO
250 Moore Street #108
Brooklyn, NY 11206
www.centotto.com

About Beat Nite.
Beat Nite made its neighborhood debut in February 2009, featuring all of Bushwick’s alternative art spaces and galleries—at the time, only seven. The event grew into a biannual occurrence offering an awesome neighborhood-wide event that many have labeled “half art stroll, half bar crawl.” With over 50 galleries and alternative spaces now in Bushwick/Ridgewood, since 2012 a special guest curator has been invited to select just 10 spaces from the community’s many great offerings.

About Ben Sutton.
Ben Sutton is an art critic, journalist, and curator based in Park Slope. He is the Metro Editor at Hyperallergic, and his articles on public art, artist documentaries, the tedium of art fairs, James Franco’s obsession with Cindy Sherman, and other divisive issues been published there and by Artnet, The L Magazine, Modern Painters, Art+Auction, BKLYNR, and Brooklyn Magazine, among others. He has curated exhibitions at Field Projects, the Spring Break Art Show, the Gowanus Loft, and the Lower East Side Printshop.

Skills

  • Community
  • Visual Arts

Thanks to Norte Maar and the Brooklyn Museum!

Great night at the museum!  Dancers, artists, speakers, poets, and sound artists collaborated live for the Brooklyn Performance Combine.

Thanks to all who joined us for all your support!  Special thanks to Jason Andrew, Julia Gleich, and Norte Maar for your beautiful and continued artistic efforts.  So proud to be a part of the collaborative, and always grateful for the inspiration.

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Turntable Sound Check in Beaux-Arts Court, Brooklyn Museum

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Beautiful Beaux-Arts Court, Brooklyn Museum

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Cellists and Sound Artists across the marley, DJ view from turntables

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jojoSOUL manipulating John Cage vinyl for collaborative art/dance performance, presented by Norte Maar

11/1/14- Brooklyn Performance Combine

Saturday, November 1- 7-9pm – FREE

BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Norte Maar, Brooklyn Performance Combine, Brooklyn Museum, collaborative event

This event is free November 1, 7-9pm

@ Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn

featuring a durational mashup of Brooklyn based

poets, painters, and performers including:

DJ jojoSOUL remixing John Cage records

Poets/Writers:
Paul D’Agostino

Elaine Equi

Mika Gillman

Jerome Sala

and Sarah Schmerler

Painters/Sculptors:
Amy Feldman, painter
Tamara Gonzales, painter

Brooke Moyse, painter
Loren Munk, painter

Jessica Weiss, painter
Rachel Beach, sculptor
Ben Godward, sculptor
Jim Osman, sculptor

Performers:
Josh Henderson, violist
Allie Pizzo, tap dancer

Jeff Feld (performing the only part of Robert Rauschenberg’s “Pelican” that he knows)
Mariel Roberts performing Tristan Perich’s piece for solo cello
and six-channel 1-bit electronics
Brooklyn Ballet Youth Ensemble w Gleich Dances
Tiffany Mills Company
Edisa Weeks / Delirious Dances
Vangeline Theater

Andrew Hurst

and William Powhida

Poster image credit: Rico Gatson

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  * *

Norte Maar presents its most ambitious collaborative event to date!  The Brooklyn Performance Combine is a spontaneous mashup of poets, painters, and performers at the Brooklyn Museum on November 1 from 7-9pm. This event coincides with the museum’s Target Free Saturdays and responds to the museum’s current exhibition Crossing Brooklyn: Bushwick, Bed-Stuy and Beyond. The event is free.

Not so unlike the historic Theater Event #1 that took place at Black Mountain College during the summer of 1952, andNorte Maar’s own End of the World performance at English Kills, The Brooklyn Performance Combine Event unites all art forms in a fusion of poetry, sound, dance, and performance in a single cohesive 120-minute event. It will be epic.

A timer will start the countdown for the performance. Each artist will be programmed to begin and end at a time designated through chance operations within the 120-minute interval. At times a poet will be reading while a sound artist is performing. A dancer will enter, perform and depart. Sounds will overlap. There will be silence. Every aspect of the performance will be unrehearsed, live, spontaneous, and uninterrupted. Audiences can come and go as the event clock ticks out of time.

Norte Maar for Collaborative Projects in the Arts
83 Wyckoff Avenue, #1B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
646-361-8512 | nortemaar.org

Friday 10/25/13- BEAT NITE Afterparty at English Kills, Bushwick

Jason Andrew and Norte Maar bring back the late night in Bushwick with a limited edition of Beat Nite, featuring just 10 art spaces selected by guest curator of the night, James Panero, art critic and Executive Editor, The New Criterion. Beat Nite: All Stars will be held Friday, October 25, and selected spaces will be open 6-10pm followed by a huge after party at the venerated English Kills Gallery featuring DJ JoJo Soul.

More details at nortemaar.org

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