Micro Museum® presents as a part of BIG IDEAS 2008 – 2010
National Visual Artists, Curated by Kathleen Laziza
RAGING AGAINST THE…
July 26 – September 20 (Saturdays 12 – 7 PM)
Opening Party on July 26 from 8 - 11 PM
$10/ $5 Students: Live Entertainment with David Goldman playing the “LUMIANO”
2 Free Drinks, Snacks, and Gifts!
123 Smith Street Brooklyn, NY
F & G Trains to Bergen Street (between Dean and Pacific Streets)
Saturdays $2 per person
2008 is a political summer and while we can guess that people want to keep hope alive, there are still plenty of things that get nervy. These selected artists give voice to a wide range of emotion. Some of it is interpreted clearly, while others are abstract and even conceptual. The overall effect is original. The exhibit opens with a party July 26 at 8 PM with live music, drinks, snacks and gifts (compliments of Materials for
Micro Museum welcomes Kate Pollard, Stacey Wexler, Laurel Paley, Brook Overline, Nicholas Byer, Tiana Peterson, Natasha Harsh, and My Pet Dragon as they exhibit their works in painting, photography, installational sculpture, video, as well as the permanent interactive art by founding directors of Micro Museum William and Kathleen Laziza. The LUMIANO (an interactive piano) will be played by David Goldman at 9 PM on July 26. All visual and video works on display every Saturday from 12 – 7 PM ($2 each)
Micro Museum is a living art center that has supported hundreds of art activities of small and large proportions for the visiting public. Yearly over 600 artistic residents frequently make live performances for stages around the world or around the corner. For the last 22 years MM® features several international video art screenings in the fall, summer art classes in public parks, national curated art exhibits throughout the year, live music and theater/dance showings every quarter.
A founding member of the Brooklyn Cultural Circuit and stakeholder in the Brooklyn Tourism Council, Micro Museum has long advocated for cultural tourism in the outerboroughs. Currently it is distributing BCC’s new Hidden Treasures of Brooklyn maps, now available in strategic locations such as the Visitors Center at Brooklyn Borough Hall. Call for details (718) 797-3116.
Image Below “ Choke “by Laurel Paley