This Sunday at Vaudeville Park, the CineNoir Society brings you a free Screening and Noir Trivia event, celebrating the infamous "Tiger Bay" film (1959)! This film was directed by J. Lee Thompson, who was responsible for the original dark noir masterpiece, Cape Fear.
A one day festival of 11 solo artists using sound in a variety of ways, from (un?) pop to (anti?) folk, to experimental electronics, meditative looping, video, spoken words (poetry?), and a surround sound installation.
Experimental music ensemble thingNY presents "Ladies Night - Volume 6 of its Seven Immediacies Series, the program will include exciting new sets from saxophonist Rhonda Taylor, electronic sound artist n0izkmr, featuring visualist invaderbacca, and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Sukato.
In this multidisciplinary event, NYFA Fellows Joe Brittain (Crafts/Sculpture), Leah Carroll (Nonfiction Literature), Geoffrey Chadsey (Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts), Michael Greathouse (Digital/Electronic Arts), Michelle Mayer (Digital/Electronic), Dustin Parsons (Nonfiction), and Mia Pearlman (Crafts/Sculpture) will present artist talks about their work, followed by an audience Q+A with refreshments.
In this hour-long program, eight members of Face the Music, NYC’s only teen “alt-classical” ensemble, will present the works of five of today’s most interesting musicians. Jefferson Friedman’s titanic String Quartet no.
A night of 16mm film shorts presented by Kenneth Zoran Curwood. Live score by Ian M. Colletti and friends… FREE POPCORN!
We gather in darkness to deceive our eye in the flicker… the hundred year old magic is magic still. A light shone through silver particles suspended in gelatin, focused on a plane so to destroy it… leaving only a window…
Vaudeville Park is pleased to present Sleepwalker, a thematic exhibition of oil painting and vibrational - kinetic sculpture focused upon the moment of self-awareness and the evergreen perplexity of consciousness.
Joey Molinaro and Valerie Kuehne assault and seduce their violin and cello/voice alongside Amy X Neuberg (San Franciso) and Hazel Ra (Brooklyn) and Jane Gabriels (Montreal) and Vaudeville Park's founder Ian M. Colletti. A fantastical array of unique performers.
Tim Byrnes has been running an after-school rock band class at St. Luke's School in the West Village for almost 9 years. This will be his students' first ever open-to-the-public performance, two sets by two bands. Check it out if you want to hear a diverse rendering of both covers and originals, from the Beatles to the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Black Sabbath.