To commemorate the past ten years, we want to host 100 memorable exhibitions this year. You can help! We're offering an evening at Rabbithole to qualifying proposals. The artists keep 100% of their sales whether they are art sales or ticket sales. To help us cover our expenses ($100/evening), we will work to match the artists with the art lovers who want to support them. Fine Art, Film, Theatre, Performance, Music! Tell your friends and schedule your preferred date here to get started. Interested in supporting one of our artists? Click below to see what they have to offer in exchange. Be a patron for a day!
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Rabbithole is now fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization that supports the arts. This means all your donations are tax-deductible! To find out more, and to make a charitable donation, please visit our Fractured Atlas page.
Friday September 27th: For the 17th DUMBO Arts Festival RABBITHOLE is proud to present: PRIMORDIAL SENSE Featuring: aka jewellery (Mante Maskoliunaite and Aushra Bankauskaite ) Video art by Ruta Balseviciute Photography by Aaron Boldt
Aushra Bankauskaite and Mante Maskoliunaite, two jewelry designers that work in the collaboration under aka jewellery, creating contemporary and conceptual jewelry. Both were born in Lithuania and received Bachelors of Fine Art with focus on Jewelry and Metal Work in Vilnius Academy of Arts in Lithuania.
Save the date for my next and LAST movie night at the Rabbithole! As your Rabbit Movie Night curator for the past 3 years, I am soon leaving the country and am contributing one last time to this amazing space with a special evening. I'm inviting local talents to present their latest films, and we'll have the pleasure to invite our good friend SUGARLIFE to preform live one more time.
Born in France, Sugarlife (Christian Dautresme) is a performance/music artist living in New York City.
Rabbit movie nights are felling a bit nostalgic, so we are going back to the way we used to do it. This next Thursday May 16th, we're doing a FREE screening BYOB! Bring your favorite drinks and snacks. Just like the old days. Don't miss this!
BRANDED TO KILL, 1967
is a unique rendering of the Yakuza (gangster) genre, part film noir, part surreal satire, this movie is known for it's rather hard to follow storyline, and avant grade qualities which gained it's place into the Japanese New Wave movement.
The story follows Goro Hanada in his life as a contract killer.