An Evening of Skate Videos at Moma


Get some…

In honor of the MoMA retrospective Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years, PopRally has invited producer and photographer Patrick O’Dell (of Epicly Later’d) to create a special compilation of seminal skateboard videos from the 1980s to today. Jonze, whose own contributions to the genre will be featured, notes that, “Skate videos have been a big influence and a big part of what I’ve done for a long time. They are how I got into film, actually.” This unique screening is followed by a conversation with legendary skateboarders and filmmakers, including Jonze, Lance Mountain, Greg Hunt, Jake Phelps, Ty Evans, and other surprise guests.

Afterward please join us upstairs for a special performance by NO AGE.

The program begins promptly at 7:30.

Special thanks to Nike SB, Altamont Apparel, LTD, and ACE HOTEL NEW YORK for their sponsorship of this event. Beer generously provided by Colt 45.

Guests of this event receive an exclusive limited-edition poster by Chris Johanson

tickets and info here

Don’t Become The Things You Hate


Our friend Marial is putting on this show this weekend in Williamsburg, and we’re a part of it so you should stop by.  Saturday and Sunday.

All of the information is here.

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Pioneers of Change


This weekend and next, the Dutch invade Governers Island and NYC.

More info here

Tonight in NYC


Point Suite Art Ball


My friend Annika put together this great Black Tie Ball celebrating the upcoming Point Suite Art Book.  The book features forty talented emerging artists, and contains all-original essays discussing the artists, their art, and the current artistic climate.

These artists include:

Marta Abbott, Gabriela Alva, Claire Brassil, Annika Connor, Tom Costa, Jason Cuvelier, Steven Day, Kerry Dean, Teodor Dumitrescu, Mark Dye, Micah Ganske, Tracy Goodman, Chad Griffin, Palden Hamilton, Huber and Huber, Ariane Irle, Melanie Jelacic, Chris Jahncke, Jill Jeannides, Shay Kun, Daniela Mueller-Brunke, Zed Nelson, John Otter, Nicholas Papadakis, Joseph Paxton, Jason Peters, Colette Robbins, Woody Shepherd, Omar Thompson, Jennifer Tull Westberg, James Wolanin, Koichi Yamamoto, and Carolina Zorrilla de San Martin

If you have the chance, you should definitely consider attending the Ball, because Ball’s are fun and their full of hot chicks dressed really well.  More information on tickets for the Ball can be found here

And More info on the Point Suite Art Book can be found here

felt whale


Artist Tristin Lowe created this 50-foot whale made out of industrial felt over an inflatable form. The piece is currently at the Fabric Workshop in Philly.

Via Supernaturale.

This week at the Jelly Pool Party: Del The Funky Homosapien and a Prince Paul (Dj Set)


Also DD/MM/YYYY, Gravy Train!!!!, Kenan Bell

More info here

oak. art. this friday


Looking for something to do this Friday? In tandem with the Williamsburg art crawl, Oak, Williamsburg’s fashion boutique is having a party with drinks, video installations, and good times. See you there.

You Can’t Do That On Comedy Tour


Tonight at Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn, Andrew Jeffrey Wright and friends Brian Blomerth, Frankie Martin and Eyeballz perform Art jokes, comedy videos and short comedy art plays with a special E.T. audio presentation by life artist Zac Carr!  In AJW’s own words

“It is going to be so funny you will forget to laugh!”


via, TAC

Dan Deacon, Deerhunter, No Age.


Sunday is going to be great.

Pig roast today in brooklyn

Looking for something to do today, how about a pig roast in Brooklyn.

3rd Ward’s 2nd Annual Pig Roast & Dance Party featuring Pig Roasting Extraordinaire Tom Mylan!
Sunday, July 26th, 4 to 9 p, FREE admission, FREE Colt 45 from 4 to 5 p

“Put your diets on hold and tear off your skinny jeans, it’s time to Pig Out at 3rd Ward!”

Featuring live music from Stumblebum Brass Band, Shilpa Ray & Her Happy Hookers, In Cadeo and DJ Tanner all afternoon long.

Plus bring your own t-shirts for $1 pig inspired screen-printing and bring your sweetest smile for a carnival style photobooth.

More Info

3rd Ward

195 Morgan Avenue

Brooklyn New York 11237

United States

big bambu party


the Starn Brothers are having a party. I cannot think of a better reason to go to Beacon, NY. Click here for directions.