nonsensenyc: 1.21 to 1.26

From: "Jeff Stark" <>
Subject: nonsensenyc: 1.21 to 1.26
Date: January 20th 2017
Saturday, January 21
* Sans, Manhattan
* Listening Party, Brooklyn
* Awesometown, Brooklyn
* Captains of Industry, Brooklyn
* Bushwick A/V Saturday Morning Afters, Brooklyn
* NYC Pin and Patch Market, Brooklyn
* One Catches Light Festival, Brooklyn
Sunday, January 22
* Nothing Underground Music Label Showcase, Brooklyn
* Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy, Manhattan
* Procession, Manhattan
* Seven Suns, Brooklyn
Monday, January 23
* A Song a Day Presents: A Planned Parenthood Benefit, Brooklyn
Tuesday, January 24
* Speak Your Peace, Manhattan
* Scenes and Zines: Adventurous Readings, Brooklyn
Wednesday, January 25
* Literati: A Comedy Show About the Greatest American Novels Never Written, Brooklyn
Thursday, January 26
* Witch Taint: The Black Metal Dialogues Live! Brooklyn
* Keep It 100: Noxer x Dedan, Queens
* Bordello: Psychedelic, Brooklyn
* Force Majeure Vaudeville, Brooklyn
* Germany, 1933, Brooklyn
* Visual Poetry Project
* Unofficial Balls
* Sex books
* Queer Zines
NOTE: For some navigation help, or an explanation for what this is all about, scroll all the way down to NONSENSE. You can donate to this project at Also: We make a lot of mikes, especially with dates; you should always double check our work before you go out.
Rain on Your Parade umbrellas.
Sans is a moving and thought-provoking production that challenges the stigmas of the classical ideas of gender and power dynamics. With one dancer, one actor, and one cellist, it merges the worlds of dance, theatre, and classical music to shine the light of our modern world on classic stories from our history. We hope you will be able to join us on this beautiful journey.
Theatre 54 at Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street, Manhattan
8p; $22
Continues through SUNDAY
***** Also on SATURDAY *****
Listening Party
Listening party inside a secret Bushwick warehouse. Live performances by Pharaoh X aka Young Sway, Yung Joe, Rah Sins, Justo, and InfamousOnez. Come support your local artists.
15-52 Schaefer Street, Brooklyn
10p dance party, midnight performances; $7
21 and over
***** Also on SATURDAY *****
Awesometown local shopping extravaganza is happening at the gorgeous, convenient, and spacious Lantern Hall. We have a ton of new and truly amazing vendors lined up: Necronomicharm, Spotted Skin, Jim Tozzi, Zoa Chimerum, Larry Fisher, Leftovers, Asc Alchemical, Scavenger Shop, the Crystal Mind, Mike Vivisector, macabre heavy metal jewelry, Tyrwotor, Gail's Grotto, CaroMade, Cult of Hope, Curious Candies. and 3D on my mind.
Lantern Hall
52 Harrison Place, Brooklyn
L train to Morgan station
1-6p; $free
***** Also on SATURDAY *****
Captains of Industry
A night of free comedy with Lukas Kaiser and Rojo Perez, with Damien Lemon, Jordan Carlos, and Christina Galston.
Industry City Distillery
33 35th Street, 6A, Brooklyn
8:30p doors, 9p show; $free with RSVP
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***** Also on SATURDAY *****
Bushwick A/V Saturday Morning Afters
With Joeski, Henry Chow, Sid Vaga, Gio Gulez, and Myroslaw Bytz.
RSVP for address, Brooklyn
4a-2p; $20 advance or before 8a
21 and over
669 238 3725
***** Also on SATURDAY *****
NYC Pin and Patch Market
A DIY pop-up designed to showcase the NYC frontrunners of the exploding lapel pin and patch scene that has turned into a global phenomenon. Come by to trade or buy pins, patches, embroidered goods, apparel, and original art from the artists. Featuring wares by Mori Tori, Babecoven, Meagan Meli, Wellington Sun, and Poisonbatch.
Living Gallery
1094 Broadway, Brooklyn
11:30a-4:30p; $free
***** Also on SATURDAY *****
One Catches Light Festival
Brooklyn Gypsies presents the second-annual One Catches Light Festival, celebrating new solo work of five writers associated with the company, with stand-up comic Olander Big O Wilson presiding over the evenings. Icarus in the L.E.S. is a kaleidoscopic performance-poem by Nic Adams, with the wax-winged hero chasing his destiny and scouting out the divide between artistic achievement and personal happiness. I Have No Room for the Broken, written by Angela Abreu, is a play about a cascade toward romantic ruin. In Please Google Ukraine, Artem Yatsunov leads the audience through a colorful and somewhat-exaggerated depiction of his homeland. Brooklyn Gypsies first commissioned piece, Anna Peretz Rogovoy’s How difficult is it for one body, is a choreographed rumination on stolen homes, identities and truths. The host himself, Olander Big O Wilson, brings What the F*** Was I Thinking?, his raunchy comedy talking politics, personal life and his transition from the South Carolina countryside to New York City. Part of the Exponential Festival.
505 1/2 Waverly Avenue, Brooklyn
C and G trains to Clinton-Washington station
6:30-11:55p; $15 per play, $25 for all plays in one night
Continues SUNDAY
Nothing Underground Music Label Showcase
More than 20 local and international music label crews meet up on the dance floor for a perfect day of fresh sounds and a record fair. Fifteen artists will perform on the main stage representing diverse genres, performances, and vibes. With Earth Boys, Via App, Black Light Smoke live, CB-R live, Lina Tullgreen live, Free Magic, Min2, Dru Barnes live, Jesse Rudoy and Drew Heffron, Richard Kennedy live, Invisible Conga People, Intrzn live, Squirrel Things, Tom Noble, and Plebeian and Stress Part 1 and 2. Hosted by the Real Cristiano.
House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn
11a; $free
21 and over
***** Also on SUNDAY *****
Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy
The theme is Favorite Things. With vintage windup toys, antique musical devices, cool photography and 3D stuff, and quack medical things. Plus 16mm short circus, vaudeville, jazz short films from the 30s and 40s, and vinyl music.
The Loft at Prince Street
177 Prince, between Thompson and Sullivan Street, Manhattan
6p; $10 to help the museum
***** Also on SUNDAY *****
Procession combines Home Sweet Home’s macabre accouterments, with copious fog, carefully chosen tracks, and ambiguously sado-masochistic projections. The music offerings are a captivating mix of both classics and the new -- but always staying within the realms of danceable melancholia. It’s not uncommon to hear selections ranging from Skinny Puppy to A Place to Bury Strangers and from Cold Cave to Grimes, all peppered with the likes of say, Cabaret Voltaire, Psychic TV, Bauhaus, and Siouxsie -- on a given night. Discriminating audio and visual curations are the work of DJs and promoters, Cage and Hart. Dress code: none. However, gothic best is always encouraged.
Home Sweet Home
131 Chrystie Street, Manhattan
10p-4a; $free
21 and over
***** Also on SUNDAY *****
Seven Suns
Aggressive virtuosic string quartet, solo grind violin, murderballad crooner, and group improvisation. With Seven Suns, Marateck, and Joey Molinaro.
The Glove
RSVP for address, Brooklyn
9p; $10
all ages
A Song a Day Presents: A Planned Parenthood Benefit
Times are weird and the causes we care most about need our support. That's why A Song a Day is hosting a Planned Parenthood Benefit at Baby's All Right with Alex Cameron, Rips, Katie Von Schleicher, and Cones to support the organization's incredible work. Proceeds go to Planned Parenthood.
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway, Brooklyn
8p; $12 advance, $15 doors
Speak Your Peace
The first of a series of events hosted by Manifesto NYC, Speak Your Peace is a place for artists and fans alike to express themselves post-inauguration through hip hop. We invite singers, poets, MCs, dancers, painters, and instrumentalists to share their stories.
Manifesto NYC is the newest branch of the Manifesto family, born in Toronto over 10 years ago, we are a non-profit, youth-powered platform designed to put local artists on the map and unite, inspire and empower diverse communities of young people through arts and culture, year-round.
Speak Your Peace is just the beginning of our presence in NYC and we’re bringing you a night of three parts: Part 1: open mic hosted by Illspokinn; Part 2: cyphers with TeamBackPack; Part 3: featured special guests Kemba and Likwuid.
300 West 116th, Manhattan
8p; $5 advance, $10 door
***** Also on TUESDAY *****
Scenes and Zines: Adventurous Readings
Scenes and zines is a monthly series that combines literary readings and independent publications. We'll have poetry and dramatic text read by local writers. There will be lots of independent publications full of prose, poetry, artwork comics commentary, and creative nonfiction. All available for purchase or trade.
The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway, Brooklyn
8-11p; $5 suggested
Literati: A Comedy Show About the Greatest American Novels Never Written
Hosts Colin O'Brien and Michael Wolf have read upwards of one books between the two of them and now they want to share that love of literature with you. Literati is a night of comedians in character performing hilarious readings. Sophisticated, satirical, and sometimes wigs. Do you ever leave a comedy show saying, Hmm that was pretty funny but not enough reading. Well then this is the show for you. This month’s guests include Joel Kim Booster, Jean Grae, Jon Wan, Drew Anderson, and Rachel Joravsky.
Union Hall
702 Union Street, Brooklyn
8p; $6 online, $8 door
Keep It 100: Noxer x Dedan
Honored to host our first art exhibition in the space: Keep It 100, featuring Noxer and Dedan (DOD). A huge selection of canvases will be hanging and available; as well as assorted goodies from the boys; such as stickers, pins, shirts, etc. Opening night featuring DJ Bazooka Joe on classic NYC sounds.
33-06 Ditmars Boulevard, Astoria, Queens
7-11p; $free
***** Also on THURSDAY *****
Madame Vivien V presents:
Bordello: Psychedelic
Warp your mind with unlocked sensations. Be what feather and fur feels like. We're going to take you on trip of erotic wonderment with insane acts of fire, dance, drag, and beauties indescribable. Let us be your guide. Featuring Chris of Hur and Eckszooberante. For your pleasure: DJ Penny Lane, Amber Von Toxn, and Door Doll Heather. Photos by Dmitri Wildfong-Nishman. Videos by Cameron Cole.
Bizarre Bushwick
12 Jefferson Street, between Bushwick Avenue and Broadway, Brooklyn
J, M, Z trains to Myrtle/Broadway station
10p doors, 11p curtain; $10
***** Also on THURSDAY *****
Force Majeure Vaudeville
Starring: Merrie Cherry, the Great Wilfredo, Fresh, Shane Baker, Karina Libido, Chloe Walier, and Tanya Solomon, with Striker Posie and Lady Gemini giving free tarot readings at intermission.
Cobra Club
6 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn
L train to Jefferson station
8:30p door, 9p show; $10 advance, $15 door
***** Also on THURSDAY *****
The Glove and the Exponential Festival present:
Germany, 1933
Experimental performance goes DIY this January in Bushwick when the Exponential Festival comes to the Glove. Opening in the summer of 2016 on the edge of Bushwick and Bed-Stuy, the Glove is a new DIY performance that has already brought drag shows, film screenings, electronic and noise music, popular Brooklyn bands, and art openings into its second story warehouse space. The Exponential Festival is in its second year and this January will highlight Brooklyn theater spaces by offering a range of experimental performance pieces developed in New York. Several shows from the festival will find themselves premiering at the Glove, a victory for performing artists who long for a NYC with limitless opportunities for artists to present new material.
The Glove is as an inclusive space for multi-disciplinary performing and visual arts. Members of the DIY space Bohemian Grove decided that a bigger platform was necessary for artists seeking to work in a DIY format in Bushwick. The vision is an inclusive space that crosses disciplinary boundaries to give artists at every level opportunities to share their creative visions. Over the past six months, the space has grown to include disparate communities in Bushwick and beyond. Artists have the opportunity to fund their projects simply by getting the word out.
The Glove
RSVP for address, Brooklyn
7p; $10
Continues through January 29
***** Also on THURSDAY *****
Witch Taint: The Black Metal Dialogues Live
Dave Hill and Phil Costello (and about 500 other things that people can't handle) read from their infamous email exchanges live in New York. In 2004, comedian Dave Hill began posing online as a teenager from Gary, Indiana.
Named Lance, the self-proclaimed King of Black Metal and sole member of the fictional black metal band Witch Taint in an attempt to get himself signed to a Norwegian Black Metal record label on the strength of one excruciatingly bad song. The email exchanges between Dave/Lance and the Norwegian Black Metal record label owner (now found at are now the stuff of legend in the metal community and beyond. People as far as Norway buy Witch Taint t-shirts on the regular, which Dave is super pumped about.
On Thursday, Dave and his friend, musician Phil Costello (Satanicide, Diamondsnake, Tragedy) will stage the first ever live reading of the aforementioned emails, complete with corpse paint, ill-fitting black clothing, and -- if all goes as planned -- a live and mildly irritated goat. There will also be a live performance by Witch Taint for the first and possibly last time ever. This promises to be the most extreme and kvlt thing that has ever happened ever and most people won’t be able to handle it. So there. This will all be happening at Saint Vitus in Greenpoint, the most metal place in
New York City besides the Port Authority men’s room.
Saint Vitus
1120 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
7:30p door, 8p show; $8
Glasshouse’s Winter Residency 2017: Arta Balina in Residence
Arta Balina invites audience for one to one meal experiences that are sculptural performances serving breakfast, lunch and dinner at Glasshouse’s gallery. Audience are welcome to attend as observers or register as participants.
Arta Balina is a multimedia artist based in Amsterdam whose interest primarily lays in video and performance art. In her work she reflects on social contexts and explores new possibilities within the everyday. Arta has shown her works in various exhibitions and events in the Netherlands. Her videos and performance has been shown in the EYE filmmuseum in Amsterdam.
The following performance is part of Edible Bodies program at Glasshouse: Food is a relational actant. It manifests a temporary otherness- once swallowed its coherence gradually dissipates until it completely absorbs in the body. Once dissolved it becomes our cells. The edible gets assimilated into us. It has a formative power which acts on the body. It's a process that performs much longer than the act (of eating). For most of us, it's a daily happening. A repeated ordinary act. The edible as a truly immersive, relational, durational performance of an other is the focus of this singular performance program.
Founded in 2007 Glasshouse is the art-life-lab of artist Lital Dotan and photographer Eyal Perry, hosting artistic practices that are based on immersive performance and participatory art in the domestic sphere. Glasshouse in Williamsburg hosts performances, exhibitions, residency program and festivals, all dedicated to promote deeper understanding of performative practices and social discourse.
246 Union Avenue, Brooklyn
10a, 2p, and 6p; $10 suggested
rsvp at email.glasshouse]at]
Continues through January 29
***** Also on FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 *****
Dream Beat: A Contemporary Wellness Party
A wellness party ritual drawing together creative (radical) visionaries, conscious parents and young ones for community healing, divine incantation, song, dance, cultural dreaming, drums, and the linking of magic to everyday life.
Sonic gong meditation led by Siri Rishi Kaur, creating the chakras live performance by performance artist, curator, and yoga teacher Brinyy Summer, glitter priestess fairy apothecary, and cacao medicine balls handmade with Love by AyurvedicMama.
Sixth Street Community Center
638 East 6th Street, Manhattan
7p start, 8p doors close; $20 Early Bird price on Eventbrite, $25 at the door
***** Also on FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 *****
Live Dubbed Sitcoms Acknowledges the New Boss
Now entering its fourth year, the indie darling live dubbed sitcoms is back at Videology. America’s got a new boss in town, and that isn’t always easy. Join a cast of acclaimed comedians as they improvise new dialogue over muted episodes of Cheers and Seinfeld at live dubbed sitcoms: The New Boss Edition.
A week after the inauguration, the show will feature Cheers and Seinfeld episodes introducing new bosses Rebecca Howel and Mr. Pitt. Featuring Keaton Patty as Jerry Seinfeld, Alexis Rhiannon as Rebecca Howel, Michael Wolf as Miss Rhode Island, and Evan Altshuler, who currently plays Kelsey Grammer in Hint as Frasier Crane.
Videology Bar and Cinema
308 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn
8p; $free
***** Also on FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 *****
Welcome to the Big Time: Vintage Vaudeville on Film
Join us for an astonishing selection of vintage vaudeville performances curated by local film/video archivist Russell Scholl. Experience some of the most exciting entertainment of a bygone era! Russell's selections will transport us to The Palace Theatre for a variety show like no other. Singing, Dancing, Juggling, Feats of Strength, Cross-Dressing, Acrobatics, Trained Animals, Contortionism, Comedy, Mishegaas and Magic (not to mention great artistry) will all be on display!
City Reliquary
370 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
7p; $8 reliquary
* Rubulad Ice Capades, January 28
* Idiotarod, January 28
What have you been wishing for? Collaborators, grant monies, a new home? Please send brief listings to jstark]at] We only list available apartments, lofts, studios, and one-off rentals -- not spaces wanted.
***** ARTY STUFF *****
* Visual Poetry Project: Seeking Submissions. The Visible Poetry Project is looking for poets and filmmakers (producers, directors, DPs, and editors) to get involved with our April 2017 series. The Visible Poetry Project will bring together a collective of young filmmakers to create a series of videos that present poems as short films. Throughout the month of April -- National Poetry Month -- we will release one visual poem each day. Poetry is a visual medium but is rarely told using an explicitly visual language; by pairing filmmakers with poets, the series will explore the ways in which these two mediums can complement each other. With an emphasis on recruiting artists with unique perspectives and from diverse backgrounds, the project will provide a platform for filmmakers and poets to gain more exposure for their work. To learn more about the project, or to apply to be involved as a filmmaker or poet, visit our website: The deadline for applications is Friday, January 27, 2017. You will be notified by January 30 if you’ve been selected to be involved. Please email visiblepoetryproject]at] with any questions.
* We will be opening a temporary and autonomous law office in DC during the January 20 inauguration located at 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, closer to the White House than the Trump Tower. We will be providing free legal consultation and representation to anyone arrested for expressing dissent in the tradition of Henry David Thoreau. The space will be a meeting ground for those engaging against the wholesale merger of our country with multi-national corporations. If you or your group would like to book legal time in preparation for J20 or want to come by to help out, please contact us here in advance: Jfw]at]
***** SPACES *****
* Work studio for rent and a winter bedroom. and
Before we had a name the Spectre Event Horizon Group used to meet at a bar to commiserate and trade what our business friends like to call "best practices." Now online, our area of interest remains the ever-fascinating sci-fi present. Our simple intent is an informal trade of specialized investigative research, presented as gossip for the non-specialist. It's true we once were an active email list but at this point everything is searchable and commented upon here: The updates are compiled for Nonsense by J. Sinopoli. Contact]at]
***** Unofficial Balls *****
"There are official and unofficial balls. Official ones get sponsored by big donors and corporations looking to curry favor. Donald Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee has raised a reported $90 to $100 million to fund its multiday celebration -- a record-breaking figure. But in a surprise, Trump is holding only three official balls.
Many balls have gone wrong. In 1829, Andrew Jackson’s many ardent supporters -- fueled by whiskey-laced punch -- ran amok at an inauguration day open house at the White House, breaking up furniture and shocking denizens of Washington society. The party has been cited as the reason why balls were henceforward held in other venues."
Overheard is from Irene Pedruelo's Mi Niu York, a weekly newsletter for curious characters, treasure hunters, and eccentrics. You can sign up for her favorite stories, projects, artworks, and quotations at
People say amazing things when they think no one is listening. Overheard is about capturing these moments. We share one quotation each week that stuck with us. It's always unsolicited and unedited.
What did you overhear this week? Submit a quotation and a brief description of the scenario to Irene at irenecroga]at]
Overheard in New York. January 2016. Middle age woman to a man in his 30s who had just found a box full of books in the street:
-- "Any sex novels?"
We look for the sort of classes you circled in college course catalogs but never managed to fit into your schedule. And we also look for the kind of things that no college could teach. Cheap and eclectic is the rule, though all rules get broken occasionally, and we especially love workshops, round-tables, and teachers who won't take your work out of your hands and show you how to do it right. One-time listings are categorized weekly, with general recurring classes listed at the end on the first Friday of each month. We thrive on your suggestions, so make sure to tell us about upcoming classes.
Learning is compiled and edited weekly by Juliana Driever. Please send listing suggestions to learning]at]
***** LEARNING: SUNDAY *****
Fearless Money Management
If you want tools and strategies you can use immediately, and a non-judgmental, positive, welcoming place to talk about ANY financial experiences, Fearless Money Management is designed for you, by a Brooklyn artist/freelancer who's been there.
Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn
2:30-4:30p; $29-$49 sliding scale
***** LEARNING: MONDAY *****
Reporting the news creates unique security risks. Protecting sources and sensitive documents is vital to a free press, but challenging due to Internet surveillance and widespread data collection. This event will cover how to securely manage sensitive information by using encryption software. Help will also be available to install and configure software, so feel free to bring a laptop or mobile device.
Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn
6:30-8:30p; $free
Tax Tips for Small Businesses
Are you a Multi-Member LLC, Partnership, or Corporation? Does your company provide K-1s to you and your partners? Do your contractors and employees get 1099s or W-2s from you? Does your business file a 1065, an 1120, or an 1120S? Then this class is for you.
Brooklyn Coop
834 Dekalb Avenue, Brooklyn
6-8p; $free
Reboot Workshop: Future-Proof Your Career
Reboot Workshop is an all-day workshop with presentations and workshops geared towards getting you unstuck so that you can get the job you want. Attendees will be able to attend multiple sessions on topics ranging from technology skills to pitch coaching. There will be interactive sessions utilizing design thinking to work through your current job problems and help you take positive next steps in your career. In a job you hate or worried about your job future? Reboot is the best way to level up your skills and find your way to better opportunities. You’ll learn important skills from professionals in the tech startup community, walk away with tangible next steps to getting the job you want, as well as network with professionals in a friendly and warm environment. Don’t let another year pass by without making the change you want. It’s time to Reboot your career.
16 West 22nd Street, sixth floor, Manhattan
January 28, 10-4:00 p; $30 with code: NonsenseOnly
Queer Zines
This class will explore the history and presence of queer themes in zines throughout the ‘80s,'90s and today. We'll look at specific examples of current zinesters' work, which cover topics like gender identity, personal expression and sexuality. Bring your own queer zines, or zines that have influenced you, to discuss and share with folks. And, of course, we'll have time to brainstorm and begin work on projects of our own.
Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn
January 28, noon-2:30 p; $free
This Spring BHQFU is pleased to offer five free courses of study designed by our first MFU artists-in-residence.
33 34th Street, 6th floor, Brooklyn
Starting February 6, days/times vary; $free
School of Making Thinking
The School of Making Thinking Spring 2017 Courses are commencing February 15. All of our classes seek to bring rigorous thinking into conversation with experimental pedagogies.
Abrons Arts Center
466 Grand Street, Manhattan
Times and dates vary; $200, 8-week sessions
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