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Monday, May 23: Witness Bahrain

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:20

Witness Bahrain: Monday, May 23, 7:00 pm
$10 suggested donation
Screening followed by discussion with film director (Jen Marlowe) 

About Witness Bahrain:
"One of the best documentaries I have seen this year....the film is fearless, insightful, and has a big heart for those who are in this long but beautiful struggle."
-Charles Mudede, The Stranger

"Marlowe succeeds in capturing the dynamic of regime repression and popular resistance in the year following the government’s brutal response to the pro-democracy protests that rocked the country in 2011, and presents a vivid portrait of Bahraini

Saturday, May 21: Dissilience Brooklyn - An All Women Artshow

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:19

dissilience: noun 1. the emergence of seeds as seed pods burst open when they are ripe...

We are Dissilience. Smaller and larger fragments making up a greater whole. We are procreating a future for woman hood. Where do you fit into this whole? Celebrating woman in the arts through mixed media, music and dance.  


Dissilience was born in Los Angeles when a group of women artists collaborated to curate an all women's artshow. With the success of Dissilience & Dissilience 2, the show moved to other cities like Dissilience San Francisco and Dissilience Oakland.

Friday, May 20: SESSION 3 Angeli and Emery Medina

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:19

The Espejo Organization for the Arts presents “EOarts Performance Art Series 2016: Session 3”. The third night of this four-night series will host two performances; “Bone Minus One” by Angeli and “Nightmare in White” by Emery Medina on May 20th, 2016 at Rabbithole Projects.

"Bone Minus One" is an ongoing performance amongst and with the audience. I individually invite those present to hold the skull between us and move together. We make space; we hold death. Angeli lives and works in New York.

Sunday, May 15: ASK MAMI

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:15

Mami's How to Be a Latina is a performance by Nathalie Moreno. Mami is a Cuban-American mom and lifestyle blogger from Miami who wants to advise women on the best ways to care for their family, home and man. Nathalie Moreno is a Cuban-American artist from Miami, Florida whose satirical series Ask Mami, is meant to raise questions over Latina stereotypes and the performativity of ethnicity. 

On May 15th, at Rabbithole Projects, Mami will have a screening of her latest advice video, Ask Mami: Taking Care of Your Man, and then teach the audience how to be a Latina.

Saturday, May 14: Rodrigo Bravo's AMAR EL MAR (To Love the Sea): An Underwater Photography Exhibition

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:14

Amar el Mar is a journey of exploration into the nooks and crannies of our oceans, aimed to shed a light on the amazing creatures we rarely get to see. The focus is on the apparently insignificant life that nurtures all other life. The intention is to infect the audience with my love of the sea: the originator of all life.