FAD Market 2019
May
11
to Jul 28

FAD Market 2019

This summer, FAD Market returns to The Invisible Dog Art Center in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, NY. Join us for five incredible Maker Markets featuring a rotating lineup of over 50 of the city’s best emerging designers each week. Browse unique handcrafted jewelry, art, apparel, bath and body care, tableware and home furnishings.

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My Diary: Secret Journey to Tipping Utopia // Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks
Jul
2
to Jul 26

My Diary: Secret Journey to Tipping Utopia // Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks

My Diary: Secret Journey to Tipping Utopia is based on twenty chapters that cross over within the frame of two hours. Musicians, dancers and designers interact, but not directly—a parallel to incidents of sound, text and action, a metaphor for endless continuous circles of life, fluxuating between utopia and war. While observing, the audience perceives the results of war—tipping utopia.

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Odalisque // Peter Clough
May
18
8:00 PM20:00

Odalisque // Peter Clough

Odalisque is a new performance by Peter Clough in which he reimagines the classical reclining nude as a gender non-conforming queer bondage submissive. Sculpture, projection, text, live performance, and music come together in an immersive environment that complicates power relations between Sub and Dom, viewer and performer, subject and object.

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Elizabeth Krief and Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program: Marlo & Isaure
Apr
29
to May 23

Elizabeth Krief and Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program: Marlo & Isaure

The Elizabeth Krief and Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program at The Invisible Dog offers artists of all disciplines and nationalities the opportunity to reside in New York City for 1-3 months. We are pleased to announce that the fourth resident artist will be MARLO & ISAURE (Tunisia) from April 29 – May 23.

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A Reading of a New Play: Jane Austen's Lady Susan
Apr
22
7:00 PM19:00

A Reading of a New Play: Jane Austen's Lady Susan

Lady Susan, a young widow, flees London and arrives at the country home of her obliging brother-in-law and his suspicious wife. Soon to come–uninvited–are an eligible suitor, her willful daughter, her chatty confidante, and a dimwitted bachelor. Lady Susan schemes, but all does not go according to plan as she and her daughter become rivals for the same man. 

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50 States: Arkansas & Political Gestures // Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin
Mar
9
to Apr 14

50 States: Arkansas & Political Gestures // Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin

Houston-based artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin present two new pieces, the fifth in their ongoing series of interdisciplinary installations that connect little known LGBTQI2 histories from each state to contemporary queer experiences (50 States: Arkansas) and a five channel video installation featuring drag performers from Eastern Oklahoma (Political Gestures).

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Plant(n)ation: Brooklyn As Farm // Iviva Olenick
Mar
9
to Jun 8

Plant(n)ation: Brooklyn As Farm // Iviva Olenick

Through a sculptural garden installation, local artist, Iviva Olenick is "greening" the exterior of the Invisible Dog, celebrating contributions of native and nonnative plants (and peoples) to the (bio)diversity of Brooklyn through Plant(n)ation: Brooklyn As Farm. The project will debut on March 9, 2019, with new blooms appearing throughout the spring, summer and fall, and public harvests in late summer–fall.

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Elizabeth Krief & Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program: Nathanaëlle Herbelin
Mar
1
to Mar 31

Elizabeth Krief & Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program: Nathanaëlle Herbelin

The Elizabeth Krief and Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program at The Invisible Dog offers artists of all disciplines and nationalities the opportunity to reside in New York City for 1-3 months. We are pleased to announce that the third resident artist will be Nathanaëlle Herbelin (France) from March 1–31.

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A Streetcar Named Desire by Shonni Enelow and David Levine
Feb
28
to Mar 2

A Streetcar Named Desire by Shonni Enelow and David Levine

A series of dinners centered on that unavoidable work of American drama, that unstoppable generator of American Mythology, A Streetcar Named Desire.  As we ponder the significance of the white-ribbed-tank top, Lucien Chef Ambition will serve dinner, actors will read scenes, and David Levine and Shonni Enelow will lead a discussion.

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