Conceptual artist Anne Mourier strongly believes that Taking Care is important and may possibly be the only way to mend our broken society: Taking Care of our planet, Taking Care of things instead of replacing them, Taking Care of each other…
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.
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.
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.
TheaterMatters, the unique live-theater-review series curated and moderated by Hunter College Theater Professor Jonathan Kalb, moves to The Invisible Dog!
For one week, Thomas Ferrand will explore Brooklyn in search of edible wild plants. He will take notes and photos, keep a journal, and suggest different menus with the help of Lucien Zayan, all chiefly cooked from the daily harvests in parcs, abandoned areas, or asphalt cracks.
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.
Join Magnum photographer Diana Markosian for a three-day workshop on developing personal storytelling projects with a focus on intimacy, emotion and memory.
The 11th annual Holiday Handmade Cavalcade offers three joyful shopping experiences. More than 50 makers from the tri-state area will be selling distinctive jewelry, natural bath and body products, unique clothing and accessories, useful and decorative home goods, original art, and more!
I’m thrilled to announce a new and fresh project: “La-Salle-A-Manger” (call me SAM). With Anne Mourier as a business partner, SAM will be a place to gather, meet, network, socialize, fall in love, smoke, agree, disagree, fall asleep, think, read, cook, drink, and eat indeed!
Welcome to the Season 10 of The Invisible Dog Art Center. THANK YOU to the hundreds artists, technicians, interns, thousands of supporters and audience members, millions of followers for bringing us into our present, for their support in our past.
We are pleased to announce that the second resident artist of The Elizabeth Krief and Jacques Manardo Artist Residency Program at The Invisible Dog will be Elsa Guillaume (France) from September 15–October 15.
Treiber Farms was founded in 2014 by Peter Treiber Sr. His son Peter Treiber Jr. joined him two years later and took on the role of manager in 2017. Their team practices sustainable, no till, beyond organic agriculture and their aim is to work with nature rather than against it, as stewards of the land.
In 1954, Alice B. Toklas published her seminal culinary memoir, The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook, which became one of the best-selling cookbooks of all time. Now, two generations later, cabaret performer and sought-after private chef Daniel Isengart is coming out with a gay adaptation of the classic book.
Here at The Invisible Dog, all of our 25 artists are constantly experimenting with different styles, working with unique materials, and tossing around cool ideas. For one weekend a year, we allow the public to visit our studios and see what the artists of The Invisible Dog are up to.
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 first resident artist will be Emmanuel Bornstein (Germany) from March 1–31.
This holiday season, find the perfect gift for everyone at FAD Market – a roving Fashion, Art and Design pop-up marketplace.
BOOK PARTY – For people who love dogs and New York, this is a visual celebration of the vibrant dog community of New York City, CANINES OF NEW YORK collects more than 500 photographs taken by acclaimed Brooklyn-based photographer Heather Weston in every borough of this dog-loving city.
A reading and performance for the release of two major books by Jean Boîte Éditions. This event brings together for the first time two leading conceptual artists.