4/18/14- @TWELVMAG Event at #GildedLily w #freebooze #openbar w music by #KEIICHIRO FREE W RSVP!


Friday April 18thTWELV MAGAZINE event at Gilded Lily, 9pm to midnight.
Open bar 9-10pm. Music by Keiichiro.
408 W 15th St, off 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014
RSVP to rsvp@twelvmag.com

EVERY THURSDAY! Deadly Dragon Sound prsnts Downtown Top Ranking #reggae Session #danceparty FREE ENTRY

4/19/14- @goodpeoples @MeanRed prsnts @RORYPHILLIPS w JDH x FREEMAGIC FREE ENTRY w RSVP!!


Tribeca Grand, Good Peoples and MeanRed partner to present
 you with all disco everything this Saturday featuring...
RORY PHILLIPS (Mixed Fortunes)
He'll be doing his thing alongside local two residents
of your favorite NYC disco parties: JDH(Fixed) & Free Magic(Discovery)

Saturday, April 19th
10pm // 21+

Tribeca Grand Studios // 288 Church St, NYC



EVERY THURSDAY! #HOUSEPARTY at #websterhall w @JUSTBLAZE @ElectricPunanny @JasmineSolano @MeloX @Vashtie @DjSliink + mo LADIES FREE!


#FREETICKETS #giveaway for @theprintuplist readers to @HUMPTOUR @Dansavage dirty amateur movie fest #porno! GET yo' tixs now!

HUMP- Dan Savage’s dirty amateur movie fest is coming to NYC!

Since 2005 the HUMP! Film Festival has challenged ordinary people from all over the Pacific Northwest to become temporary, weekend porn stars-by making their very own five-minute dirty movies for a chance to win big cash prizes! And they did not disappoint! The resulting short films run the gamut of sexual styles: straight, gay, lesbian, transgender... every color in the sexual rainbow... and some we never knew existed. HUMP! films are funny, thought-provoking, sad, artistic, outrageous, and almost overwhelmingly sexy-because they're real. And they're real because they were created and performed by sex-positive people, just like YOU. That's why we're bringing the very best of HUMP! to your town! See 15 of the hottest HUMP films in action... they'll make you laugh, squeal, and marvel at the broad (and creative) range of human sexuality. It's the HUMP! Tour 2014! And you're going to have a blast.

Village East Cinema: 181 2nd Ave.  Between 11th and 12th Streets.
4/25/14 at 7PM and 9:30PM
4/26/14 at 4PM, 6:30PM, 9PM, and 11:30PM
4/27/14 at 4PM, 6:30PM, 9PM, and 11:30PM
Tickets $25

Tickets have been claimed!

4/18/14- @PassengerBar prsnts @JaleelBunton @DavidCross #arresteddevelopment #williamsburg #cheapbooze #danceparty FREE ENTRY

The actor/funny man David Cross, most famous for his role on Arrested Development, will be DJing at Passenger Bar this Friday the 18th alongside Jaleel Bunton - and they're going to be playing whatever the hell they want!

Passenger Bar is a Williamsburg watering hole inspired by the 1970 rock ‘n roll train tour Festival Express. In everything from its lived-in décor to its rail-themed cocktail menu, the two-story drinkery evokes the same mix of music, creativity and collaboration as the train-car recording studio that carried rock royalty across the country.

Come party with celebrities and sip on vintage-inspired cocktails, and who knows, maybe even get a chance to hang out with David himself!

Venue Address: 229 Roebling Street
Cross streets: Roebling St between S2nd and S 3rd St.
Event Date/Time: April 18th, 10:00 pm

5/1/14- #worldswithoutborders prsnts Talking about Taboos Panel Discussion / Reading w reception FREE w RSVP

4/17/14- @VanityProjects Invites you to a private screening of TOOTH AND NAIL w #videoart #groupartshow w #nailart #freebooze FREE w RSVP

4/19/14- @AUGUSTLANGNY THE BLACK COLLECTION Press/Media Review #giveaways #livemusic #freebooze #fashion FREE w RSVP

Not too late to get in on the #freebooze from @SailorJerry! Now Till Midnight! + #freetattoos #williamsburgbrooklyn FREE


4/16/14- Feral Objects #artopening #groupshow @CREONGALLERY #freebooze FREE ENTRY

curated by Peggy Cyphers & Lucio Pozzi

1. (esp. of an animal) in a wild state, esp. after escape from captivity or domestication.
synonyms: wild, untamed, untamable, undomesticated, untrained 
April 16 to May 14, 2014
CREON, 238 E 24 St, 1B (near 2 Ave)

Opening Reception, Wednesday, April 16,  6 to 9 pm

Each artist is represented by one of their more feral works for this wild group show.
Alyssa E. Fanning, Christy Rupp, Debra Drexler, Emily Cheng, Ford Crull, Gary Stephan, George Quasha, Gwenn Thomas, Hans Breder, Isobel Davis, Jane Fire, Jill Levine, KK Kozik, Kylie Heidenheimer, Linda DiGusta, Linda Levit, Linda Schrank, Liz Ainslie, Lorenza Sannai, Marthe Keller, Nancy Grimes, Pam Longobardi, Peggy Cyphers, Raquel Rabinovich, Robert G. Edelman, Ruth Hardinger, Shawn Dulaney, Stephen Rosenthal, Steve Keister, Susan Smith, Susanna Tanger, Suzanne Joelson and Taissia Basaria

238 E 24 St, 1B, (near 2 Ave)
New York, NY 10010
646-265-5508  norm@creongallery.com

Wrap up APRIL and Start planning MAY with the @theprintuplist TOP #livemusic #liveconcert picks! Get yo' tixs now!


4/16 FKA Twigs @ Glasslands SOLD OUT // 8:30pm // 21+ 4/17 Eaters (Album Release Party!), YVETTE, Dan Friel @ Glasslands $10//8:30pm//21+ 4/18 Horse Feathers (10th Anniversary Acoustic Tour), Laura & Greg @ Glasslands $15 // 8:30 // 21+ 4/18 Lazerpop: Mustard Pimp, Run DMT, Cobra Krames @ Glasslands // $12 - $15 // 21+
4/19 White Fang, Denney & The Jets, Hectors Pets @ Glasslands - $10 //8:30pm// 21+ 4/19 Omar S. (FXHE, Detroit),Jay Simon (DC), Steve Summers @ Glasslands, $15 ADV, $20 DOS//11:30pm// 21+ 4/20 Lip Talk, Henry Jamison & Benjamin Lazar Davis, Tomboy @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30pm // 21+ 4/20 Ones to Watch with Skype present…:Kid Ink, King Los, Bizzy Crook @ Irving Plaza $25-28 // 7:00 // 16+ 4/21 Arum Rae, Marian Hill, The Private Eyes, Hey Anna @ Glasslands // $10 // 8:30 // 21+ 4/21 Riff Raff, more @ Irving Plaza // 20, 25 dos, 40 vip // 16+
4/22 Modern Rivals (Album Release Party), Pretty & Nice, Cultfever, Dentist @ Glasslands $10// 8:30pm // 21+ 4/23 Slonk Donkerson, The Teen Age, Heeney, Bluffing @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30pm // 21+ 4/24 Lapalux, High Klassified, Chits @ Glasslands $12 // 8:30pm // 21+ 4/25 Bo Ningen @ Knitting Factory $12 ADV / $14 DOS // Doors:7:30pm Show:8:00pm // All Ages 4/25 Tove Lo, Great Good Fine Ok @ Baby’s All Right $12-$15 // 10:00pm // 21+ 4/25 Static Jacks, The Symposium, Life Size Maps @ Glasslands $10// 8:00pm// 21+ 4/25 DAD JAMS LIVE: ONE NIGHT ONLY @ Glasslands - $15//11:30pm//21+
4/26 Mister Saturday Night: Eamon Harkin & Justin Carter @ Glasslands $20 // 10pm // 21+
4/27 Zombie Zombie, Dinowalrus, Ancient Ocean, Glockabelle @ Glasslands $10// 8:30pm //21+ 4/28 Frankie Cosmos, Toons, eskimeaux @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30pm // 21+
4/29 Alden Penner, SoftSpot, Vassals, Xander Duell @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30pm //21+
4/30 Darkstar, patten, Visuals @ Glasslands // $12 // 8:30pm // 21+
MAY 5/1 Slow Magic, Glass Gang, Brothertiger @ Glasslands // $12 - $14 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/1 DWNTWN @ Santos Party House $10 ADV / $12 DOS // Doors: 7:00pm Show: 7:30pm // All Ages 5/2 NYPC, DWNTWN @ Glasslands $12 // 8:00pm // 21+  5/2 Clark [Phosphor Live Tour], Octo Octa, ITAL @ Glasslands $12 - $15 // 11:30pm // 21+ 5/4 Weekend, more @ Glasslands $8-$12 // 8:00pm // 18+ 5/4 Jessy Lanza, Ricky Eat Acid, fjtrspa (DJ Set) @ Santos Party House // $12 - $15 // 18+ 5/5 Hooray For Earth @ Glasslands $10-$12 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/6 Torres, Young Unknowns (EP Release Party!), Photo Ops @ Glasslands // $10 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/7 ADULT., Xeno & Oaklander, Stallone The Reducer @ Verboten $15 // 7:30pm // 21+ 5/7 A Minor Forest, The Austerity Program, LUSHES @ Glasslands $10//8:30pm//21+ 5/8 Peaking Lights, Protect-U @ Glasslands $12-14 // 8:30pm // 21+  5/9 Turrbotax with DJ Qu + Galcher Lustwerk, c-sick, SPace Jam, Contakt, Rem Koolhaus, Mayster @ Glasslands // $8-10 // 11:30pm // 21+ 5/10 Blue Sky Black Death, more @ Glasslands $12-$15 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/10 Discovery: Scott Grooves, Free Magic and Faso @ Glasslands $10 ADV//$15 DOS//11:30pm//21+ 5/10 ODESZA, more @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn $12 - $14 // 11:00pm Show 11:30pm // all ages 5/11 Heathered Pearls (Live), Uumans (Matt Mehlan of Skeletons), Yinka Pascal @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/11 Primal Scream @ Warsaw -- $37.50 ADV / $45 DOS//7:00pm//16+ 5/12 Primal Scream @ Irving Plaza -- $39.50 ADV / $45 DOS / $65 VIP//7:00pm//16+ 5/12 Royal Blood @ Glasslands $10-$12 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/14 Blood Red Shoes, Radkey, Rad Dreams @ Glasslands $13 // 8:30pm // 21+ 5/15 Eleven Pond [album release party], Klaus, House of Blondes, Autodrone @ Glasslands $10 // 7:00pm // 21+ 5/15 The Underachievers, Denzel Curry, Dillon Cooper @ Irving Plaza // $17-20 // 7pm // 16+ 5/16 Breton, Kid Karate, Hoodlem @ Glasslands -- $12/$14 //8:00pm//21+ 5/17 Sophie, Lee Bannon, Dubbel Dutch @ Glasslands Gallery // $10 // 11:30pm // 21+
5/17 Peelander-Z!, Math The Band,Bluejay @ Glasslands $12//8:00pm//21+
5/21 Split Single @ Glasslands $10 // 8:30 pm // 21+
5/22 MØ, more @ Glasslands $15 // 8:30pm // 21+
5/23 Maximo Park, more @ Irving Plaza // $20 - $22 // 7:00pm 8pm show // 16+
5/23 Max Cooper, more @ Glasslands $15 // 11:30 pm //21+
5/24 Iceage, UNIFORM @ Glasslands $12 - $14 // 8:00pm // 21+
5/29 Isadora, Slothrust, Low Fat Getting High, The Can’t Tells @ Glasslands, $10 // 8:30pm // 21+
5/30 Young Heel (EP Release Party), Zula, SIlent Rider @ Glasslands $10 // 8:00pm // 21+
5/31 Alex Winston, more @ Le Poisson Rouge $12 // 6:00pm//18+

Start getting your portfolio ready its the @ProjectRunway #NYCCastingcall #NYCopencall #NYCaudition #projectrunway GET READY FOR MAY 3rd!

4/19/14= Color Me Badd #ARTOPENING AT #NARS #groupshow #artshow #freebooze FREE ENTRY

Through the Vortex, March 15, 2014

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 19, 2014 | 6–9 PM
The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to present Color Me Badd, a group exhibition curated by Chris Bors including work by Amanda Browder, Deborah Brown, Amanda Church, Jennifer Coates, Ketta Ioannidou, Gary Petersen and Nicolas Touron. Bors has gathered seven artists who approach color in bold, unexpected ways. They explore strange, new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations and boldly go where other artists may have gone before, but make it look fresh again. Albert Henry Munsell. The Bezold effect. I wanna sex you up.
Amanda Browder resuscitates the language of pop art with her fabric wall hangings, using a soft material to create a visual explosion focusing on the interaction of color. Although based on reality, Deborah Brown’s fantastical paintings depict her neighborhood of Bushwick with a glowing palette and gestural brushwork creating a new landscape both surreal and personal. Blending biomorphic abstraction with graphic elements, Amanda Church paints planes of color broken up by curving, anonymous figures as if aliens were discovering our planet or vice versa. With a practice grounded firmly in process, Jennifer Coates’s paintings come together after her surfaces have been attacked and layered with pigment, juxtaposing the ethereal with recognizable patterns. Ketta Ioannidou uses memories from the landscape of her childhood home of Cyprus to create spiraling vegetation on the verge of chaos, commenting on its politically unstable history while reveling in the act of painting. Painter Gary Petersen creates hard-edged abstractions with the eye of a designer using a candy-store palette and crisscrossed lines, forming a dense network of colors. The detailed porcelain and mixed media sculptures of Nicolas Touron transport and energize; an imaginary landscape masked as object.
Chris Bors is a New York-based artist whose solo shows include Envoy Gallery in New York and Randall Scott Projects in Washington, D.C. His art has also been exhibited at PS1 MoMA, White Columns and the Bronx Museum of the Arts in New York, Casino Luxembourg in Luxembourg and Bahnwarterhaus in Esslingen, Germany. Bors has written for Artforum.com, Art in America, ArtReview and Artnet Magazine, among many other publications. www.chrisbors.com
Curated by: Chris Bors

Participating Artists:
Amanda Browder, Deborah Brown, Amanda Church, Jennifer Coates
Ketta Ioannidou, Gary Petersen & Nicolas Touron

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NARS programs are made possible in part through the generous support from
Materials for the Arts, Con Edison and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts,
 administrated by the Brooklyn Arts Council.

NARS Foundation
201 46th Street 4th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220

Gallery Hours
Monday – Friday: 12 – 5 PM and by appointment

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

PLEASE NOTE: R train is not running between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
For alternate service to NARS Foundation, take the B/D/N/Q/2/3/4/5

to Atlantic Ave/Barclay Center and transfer to the R train to 45th St.

RIGHT NOW! #PARADISEMAGAZINE launch Party w @NeonMusic of @youthQuake @JxMarie + FREE URBER CAB RIDES! #danceparty FREE

Paradise Magazine, the most pleasurable publication to hit the newsstands in ages, is throwing a launch party at Tropical 128 in lower Manhattan. In tune with Paradise’s spirit, the event will be FREE and include enough tropical décor to warm your Monday night.

DJs (& Paradise contributors) Neon Musíc of YOUTHQUAKE and Artist Jx Marie will be spinning retro dance tunes all night as photographer Katherine Finkelstein documents the event for future generations. Beautiful print copies of Paradise will be for sale within, while digital downloads will be given away as party favors to each guest.

Based in New York with strong ties to California, Paradise Magazine celebrates art, music, style, culture, and the genius minds behind tomorrow’s stars. It’s debut issue, “A Bicoastal View,” consists of 202 pages featuring over 50 contributors from NY and CA, including Paradise editor B.b. GunnSpencer Kohn PhotographyMuseum Hack founders Nick Gray & Mark Rosen, Miss Coney Island 2011 Lefty Lucy, and JJ Brine & Lena Marquise of The Labiancas & Vector Gallery (many of whom will be in attendance)



4/18/14- Jaimie Warren THATS WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR #artOpening at @theholenyc w special performances #freebooze FREE ENTRY

That's What Friends Are For

April 10 - May 4, 2014

The Hole is proud to present our second solo exhibition of Kansas City/New York City artist Jaimie Warren. In this show Jaimie will debut a large and complex group videopiece in Gallery 2 that was many months and many people and many costumes in the making; while Gallery 1 will include new self-portrait works from her "totally looks like" and "food'lebrities" series, as well as a totally new body of work of GIFS where Jaimie injects a bit of motion and a bit of performance into her signature self-portrait creations.

Jaimie's pièce de résistance is a five-channel video remake of Fra Angelico's 
High Altarpiece of San Domenico in Fiesole, here recreated panel by panel featuring 200 of her friends. Each of the five panels is a tribute to personal cultural influences, selected by three generations of Warren’s family. Her grandmother’s selections include vintage entertainers like Betty Boop, Howdy Doody or Groucho Mark, with a few modern surprises like Liberace or JLo popping up, while her mother’s choices mix Pink Floyd, Tina Turner, Jim Morrison and Princess Diana, each character arranged as in the altarpiece painting. Warren's panel of her favourite people is in the center where she appears as Missy Elliot in her famous garbage bag costume singing a duet with the possessed demon girl from The ExorcistThe portrait guide on the opposite wall in Gallery 2 will tell you who is who.

For her new GIF c
reations she trolls catchy internet video memes or B-movie blunders to find short clips of video she can remake frame by frame. They are composed like her elaborate self-portraits with make up, prostheses, masks, homemade sets and costumes, all real and no Photoshop; however, here there is the jerky motion of the GIF format that allows Warren to begin to sculpt a more filled out character or impersonation.

In this show we also find some great new additions to her classic "Totally Looks Like" or "Food'lebrities" menagerie with Lil' Wayne totally looking like a Twilight Zone gremlin, Boy George totally looking like Ralph Wiggum, and some new food groups added like "Tuna Turner" or "Jack Pumpernickelson" and the tongue twister "Chicken Tikka Masalvador Dali."

As Loring Knoblauch writes in his forthcoming essay on Warren, "H
er campy silliness and makeshift costumes mask a much more thoughtful and consistent artistic investigation into how we build personal identity. Like an Internet-age sociologist, Warren is tracking our many quirks and fancies, taking note of what catches our eye, and carefully mapping the ways in which our shared ideas become inputs into who we are. In her world, pop culture has become a new kind of religion, and by using Fra Angelico’s altarpiece to channel the likes of the Lone Ranger, Liza Minnelli, Ghostface, and Flavor Flav, she has convincingly made the argument that we still mark ourselves by those we find inspirational."

Image above: Self-Portrait as Basketcase (GIF) 2second video loop with audio, 2014

PLEASE NOTE! The Hole is switching to a new schedule and will from now on be open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, 12-7PM and by appointment. Sundays! 

RIGHT NOW! @milkstudios prsts The School of #FASHION: 30 Parsons Designers #groupshow mixed media exhibition! FREE ENTRY

Hurry Limited FREE tickets to #NorthsideFestival #freeshow w @CHVRCHES for @theprintuplist members! RSVP NOW!

Being a ThePrintupList subscriber has a lot of perks, like being the FIRST to gain access to the CHVRCHES RSVP. Reserve your spot now, and we'll see you at McCarren Park on Sunday, June 15

4/12/14- Meat MRKT Rooftop Launch Party w #artgallery #popupshop #beertasting #livemusic FREE ENTRY

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