Tomorrow, the Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center will begin its annual Arts Happening series with a killer new installation project and musical performance, by artist Jesse Gelaznik and Dirty Churches, respectively.
Tomorrow, the Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center in Brooklyn, New York, will begin its annual Arts Happening series with a killer new installation project and musical performance from artist Jesse Gelaznik in the
former Engine Co. 212 Firehouse (UPDATE: due to weather conditions the venue has been moved to 94 Wythe Ave., two blocks away from the firehouse). It's titled A Guest in the Cavern, and it needs to be seen to be believed. The project also features video art by Rachel Blackwell, and if you come on Saturday, you'll get to see Dirty Churches perform their tone poems, Music for Mirrors, as well. Below you'll find installation shots as well some behind-the-scenes photos from the making of Jesse's piece to put you in the mood. More info can be found here.
Here's some Dirty Churches:
A Guest in the Cavern will be at the Engine 212 Firehouse (134 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn) this Saturday, May 11. Performances will take place at 6 and 8 PM.