Boys I Know, part III curated by Pebbles & Neville is proud to gain the support of Sailor Jerry spiced rum! Four Oh Three and Boys I Know invite you to come for art and festivities and have a drink on Sailor Jerry!
Boys I Know, part III 7pm til’ 10pm @ Four Oh Three, 80 Nassau St. Ste 403 NY NY RSVP HERE
Boys I Know curated by Pebbles & Neville announces their 3rd art series at Four Oh Three on Thursday, August 2nd, 7pm-10pm. Past parties opening have been pretty popping so check it out.
“Boys I Know is an evolving series of exhibitions and events that strives to expose and explore the art-making that surrounds all of us in our day to day lives. Whether that artwork is music, street art, or even food, Boys I Know celebrates and showcases the act of creating. All promotional materials are even hand printed and made in house. Some of the artists involved make a living off of their art, others just engage in the creative process on the side but all have a veracious commitment to creating. Art. Life. Style.”
YoYoYo!!! Come Get full and drunk this Sunday and feel good about it because it’s for a good cause!!! You may just leave with some ill stuff schwag as well!
Centre-fuge Public Art Project, yea that ill trailer on e. 1st Street in the Lower East Side that’s got some ill art on it, is having a fundraiser across the street at the Tuck Shop, an Australian Meat Pie spot, 68 e. 1st Street on Sunday June 10th. There will be raffles where you have the chance to go home with some ill artwork and other schwag from Centre-fuge artists like Claw Money, Kenny Rodriguez and many others!!!
On the eve of our Fourth Cycle, coming to you next month, Centre-fuge invites you to come help support your friendly neighborhood art project on Sunday June 10th, as we continue to add a dab of color and imagination to your daily lives!
Centre-fuge Public Art Project is on East 1st Street by 1st Avenue. Over the past couple of months Centre-fuge has transformed this construction trailer into an outdoor public gallery with an array of artistic styles gracing its walls. If you happen to be in downtown you should check it out!
In the bright summer warmth that struck New York City Thursday morning May 10th, six new artists set up their work spaces outside the trailer on East 1st Street near 1st Avenue, New York City. Each artist arrived with an array of supplies: extendable ladders, rainbows of paint and the vigor to appreciate and create art. The artists involved in Cycle 3 of the Centre-fuge Public Art Project are Bishop 203, Cram Concepts, Danielle Mastrion, Jade Fusco and Fumero.
The artists had three days to complete their murals and did so with grace, leaving behind masterpieces for the passing eye to behold. Thanks for all the support from the local businesses, passer-bys, friends and especially to the artists!
This Saturday starting at 7pm there will be live art battles coupled with an open Brooklyn Brewery bar (and $3 beers otherwise) from 9-10pm and some heavy hitting DJs, DJ Rob Swift, Petey Complex, Merenda & Tek. If you miss the open bar don’t stress it, after 9pm $6 gets you a beer and a shot!
The artists performing live art include Danielle Mastrion, Matrhalicia, Des Juan & Smurfo
This isn’t any Williamsburg hipster party, the music is gonna be dope (rap, old school hip-hop, reggae, the good stuff,) the artists crazy nice, and cheap drinks to keep you toasted all night. Oh and there is a back yard for all the smokers out there.
While some people choose to spend the night in the luxury of their beds, others choose to spend the night making a name for themselves by using the guise of the night to put up graffiti and street art.
Spend a night out with Invader, a prominent graffiti artist from France, you may know him from Exit Through the Gift Shop, as he takes over the the Parisian streets.