Events & Exhibits
September 7 – 29
Opening Reception Sat. 9/7/02 4-6 P.M.
organized by Nilda Mesa — 300 artists respond to the World Trade Center disaster
group show with 20 artists
SEPTEMBER 12th, WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN
black & white photography by Randi Barros
9.11.02, TOWN HALL WALL organized by Phyllis Yampolsky
TIME CAPSULES organized by Zipporah Lax
PARALLEL WORLD OF SENSATION curated by Sung Soo Kim
Sat. Sept. 14th @ 8 P.M. admission $10
United We Fall / Out of Place
Performance commemorating the tragedy of 9/11
Spontaneous Creations by Akim of Funk Buddha
Kathat – North Indian Dance by Pari, Pakistani Dancer
Devotional Eastern Indian Dance by Verano LaRue
Fri. & Sat. Sept. 20, 21, 27 & 28 @ 8 P.M.
Mad Surrealist musical play by Peter Dizozza, directed by John Seroff
October 5 – October 27, 2002
OBJECT: NO OBJECT
Exploring the Non-Objective Art Form
a group exhibition of nine artists with studios in Brooklyn, New Jersey, and Japan.
October 10 – 27
Opening Reception Thurs. Oct. 10th 6-9:30 P.M
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS
an auction to provide support for the Panjectivist Salon
A silent auction will begin at 7:30 P.M.
Friday, November 15, 8 P.M.
Gamelan Son of Lion
New music for Indonesian gamelan instruments with traditional Javanese wayang kulit shadow puppets.
Reception Saturday November 2nd 7 to 9:30 P.M.
Williamsburg Bridges Palestine
An exhibition of Palestinian art and culture from 1960 to the present with over 30 artists.
Lindall’s Tales from the Horticultural Society
Jan.11- Feb. 2, 2003 Reception: Sat. Jan. 11th 4-6
6th Annual WILLIAMSBURG SALON 2003 Group Show
with over 60 Salon Members
Works by Dana Parlier and Yupin Promotepipop
classically trained master artists – paintings drawing, prints and sculpture
January 17th & 18th 8 P.M. Admission $5
Film Night at the WAH
Feature Film HONEYMOON written & Directed by Dan Sallitt
"This funny, harrowing and lucid movie is so mature about sex and human
relations that it puts to shame the bulk of what passes for ‘adult’
entertainment in American cinema." Kent Jones, Film Society of Lincoln
SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS by Peter Dizozza of Cinema VII
VISITING TENNESSEE, a very short film by Andy Spade of Kate Spade Fashions
starring Terrance Lindall, Matthew Gubler, Gray Gubler, Isabel Penzlien,
Feb. 8- March 2 Opening Reception Sat. Feb. 8th,
Maurizio Bolognini: Infoinstallations
curated by Enrico Pedrini February 8 through March 2, 2003 Reception Saturday February 8 from 4 to 7 PM
Photography by Francisco Schklowsky
Paintings by Whitney Hamilton
Mixed Media paintings by Heung Mo Kim
Mar. 8-30 Opening Reception Sat. Mar. 8th, 4-6 P.M.
WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGES VIETNAM Five artists from Vietnam and seven Vietnamese artists in New York City, curated by Rodney Dickson
THE HO CHI MINH TRAIL A traveling exhibition, an artist’s portrait of Ho Chi Minh, curated by David Thomas
BRIDGING ART & ABILITY 5
Fifth Annual Exhibition by Artists with Disabilities
Organized By Belsky Art Society; James Pinney, Artistic Director
Apr. 5- 27 Opening Reception Sat. Apr. 5th, 4-6
CHARACTERISM In collaboration with Yuko Wylie of Lunar Base Gallery in Williamsburg and Yuko Nii at the WAH Center. A Juried show of artist’s works influenced by today’s Japanese comic (Manga) culture
May 5-25 Opening Reception May 5th , 4-6 P.M.
PRATT MFA THESIS SHOW
LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS
by San Keum Koh
SELECTED WORKS FROM PRATT ALUMNI 1993-2002
May 11th, 2003 MOTHER’S DAY @ 3 P.M. Admiss. $5
Terrance Lindall Recites Passages From John Milton’s Paradise Lost And Displays Original Illustrations
SAT. May 24, 8-11 P.M. Adm. $10
5TH ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG DANCE FESTIVAL
Local Choreographers and Dancers Showcase organized by Susan McKeever, assisted by Ariane Anthony, Kelly Hayes, Emma Hogarth, Phillipa Wooley
Opening Reception Saturday, June 7, 2003 4:00 – 7:00 PM
THE SIXTH ANNUAL MERMAID SHOW
"Celebrating the Coney Island Mermaid Parade"
CURATED by: Carrie Skoczek
The Robin Show 2
Organized By James Pinney
Five artist named Robin swoop down on Brooklyn to exhibit painterly behavior in a group show: Robin Dann, Robin Gaynes-Bachman, Robin M. Glassman, Robin Ross, Robin Tedesco
Curated By James Pinney
A group exhibition by local artists which explores creative insights into matters of the inexplicable and the incorrigible.