#DoBushwick: TEDxBushwick Edition Large majority of the events in our newsletter are curated. However, each week we reserve a couple of slots for spo


#DoBushwick: TEDxBushwick Edition

Large majority of the events in our newsletter are curated. However, each week we reserve a couple of slots for sponsored events (marked #sponsored), which we like just as much as the curated ones. Promote your event in our 5k+ newsletter for only $29 (cut off deadline is Thursday midnight). Fill out this form to get started.

1. TEDxBushwick Viewing Party @ Sugarlift, 200 Morgan Ave (SAT 9AM-5PM, $25) #art

This Saturday belongs to historically first TEDxBushwick event. A very interesting array of speakers will take the stage at Livestream Public. If you didn't get a ticket, don't be sad and attend this viewing party at Sugarlift just across the street. They will be serving BBQ from Arrogants Swine.

2. Brooklyn Nightlife Awards @ Lot 45, 411 Troutman St. (9AM, $10, after midnight $12) #nightlife

All the craziest party animals of Brooklyn will come together this coming Saturday, March 21 at 9PM to Lot 45 (411 Troutman Ave). Brooklyn Nightlife Awards, arguably the most important event ever, is a celebration of all things crazy, glitzy, weird, fun and of course Brooklyn!

3. Que Bajo?! @ The Wick, 260 Meserole St (SAT 9PM, $20 & up) #music

Welcome spring with a tropical dance party to bring the heat. Get ready for Que Bajo?! organized by Geko Jones and Uproot Andy who have spent the winter digging out the best Carnival jams to bring the party, Brazil vs. Colombia style.

4. Ben Godward and Catalin Moldoveanu “From the Depths” @ Slag Contemporary, 56 Bogart (FRI 7-9 pm, $free) #art

In a playful and investigative conversation between color and form, artists Ben Godward and Catalin Moldoveanu debut new works for “From the Depths.”

5. Brooklyn Pop-Up Market@ Brooklyn Desks, 49 Wyckoff Ave (SUN 12-6PM, $free) #sponsored #shopping

Come on down to Brooklyn Pop Up market this Sunday. Enjoy a bite to eat and do some shopping from local artisans.

6. “Tomboy” @ ODETTA, 229 Cook Street (FRI 6-9 pm, $free) + Artist Talk (SUN 4-6 pm) #art

In observance of International Womens’s Month, ODETTA called on Ruth Hiller, Lisa Levy, Miriam Songster and Sarah Walker to rule the artist playground with their tomboy approach.

7. Gasper & Son Screening @ Queens World Film Festival, PS 69, 77-02 37th Ave, Corona (FRI 8.15PM, $?) #film

Go check out Gasper & Son, a documentary about Ridgewood neon sign maker and its slowly dying art made by our friends Greenpointers.

8. “Master & Lingo” @ Good Work Gallery, 1100 Broadway (SAT 6-9 pm) #art

Good Work Gallery presents a floor-to-ceiling duo with Maren Miller and Saki Sato in “Master & Lingo.” These long-time friends and collaborators explore the meeting point where image is translated into object, and object into image.

9. YOU ATE THAT! with No Bra // Tigga Calore // Sadaf // Lafawndah //DJ DJ De Se @ Palisades, 906 Broadway (FRI 11.55PM, $free) #music

Not in Austin and in need of some live music? Head to everyone's fave DIY music venue, Palisades this week.

10. Yin Yoga + Reiki Workshop: An Exploration of Self @ Daya Yoga, 360 Jefferson Street (SAT 6.30-8.30PM, $15) #mindbody

Give yourself the motivation to spring forward with the changing season.
Yin Yoga teacher Kiersten Cregger and Reiki Master Corinne Feinberg combine a slow, introspective yoga practice with hands on energy to create a unique opportunity to relinquish the self-sabotaging thoughts that keep fear alive in your body.

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