Friday, November 2, 2012

☞ SEE: Around Harlem This Weekend

Friday-Saturday, November 2nd-3rd, 7:30PM, Pavement at the Gatehouse, 150 Convent Avenue at 135th Street. Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion's newest work, Pavement, draws its inspiration from John Singleton’s 1991 film Boyz n the Hood and W.E.B Dubois classic essay, The Souls of Black Folk. Layered with an operatic score comprised mostly by Handel’s Carestini (The Story of a Castrato) and the gun-laden sounds of an urban landscape, Pavement, examines the gains and losses in the conflicted chronology of two Pittsburgh’s historically black neighborhoods. General admission is $30 and may be purchased through the Harlem Stage site: LINK

Friday, November 2nd, 6:00PM-9:00PM, Echoes From Afar A Time To Keep & A Time To Let Go opening reception at Art in Flux Harlem, 1961 ACP/7th Avenue and 118th Street. A dual gallery and collaboration with Filmmaker: Ebbe Bassey; Curators: Beatrice Lebreton and Ibou Ndoye; and Production Manager: Belynda M’bay ​ Artists, Poets, Dancers and Musicians are invited to present work in response to the short film, Siri Oko Fo (Mending Fences) by Ebbe Bassey.  More details on this exhibit can be found at the Art in Flux site: LINK

Saturday and Sunday, November 3rd and 4th,  6:00AM-6:00PM, Harlem Treasure Chest Flea Market, 117th Street and FDB/8th Avenue.  South Harlem's first flea market arrives just in time for the warm weather. Check out the offerings from local antique vendors this weekend: LINK

Saturday, October 3rd, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, The Morningside Park Farmers Market at 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue. Drop by the corner of 110th and Manhattan Avenue to check out what's in season at the Morningside Park Farmers Market. These local markets only grow and improve with community support so make sure to visit each Saturday: LINK.

Event schedule may change due to weather conditions.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the posting! ECHOES Opening has been POSTPONED to Friday, November 9, 6-9pm
    Hope to see everyone then!