Sharilyn Neidhardt’s “Supermassive Black Hole” — Artist Mixer Party
Art During the Occupation Gallery, Brooklyn
Sept. 28, 7 p.m.
Coinciding with this weekend’s Bushwick Open Studios, Art During the Occupation Gallery is hosting a reception and artist mixer in conjunction with Sharilyn Neidhardt’s “Supermassive Black Hole,” a solo exhibition of large-scale paintings of fragmented images that interrogate gentrification in Brooklyn, capitalism, the effects of technology and information bombardment on the human brain and urban lifestyle in the 21st century.
John Jasperse Projects
The Joyce, Manhattan
Sept. 28; 8 p.m.
The acclaimed choreographer John Jasperse, known for his blend of humor and sophistication, brings his dancers to the Joyce to perform “Hinterland,” a work for a group of dancers with a commissioned score by Hahn Rowe.
Endless Boogie with Träd, Gräs och Stenar
Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Sept. 28; 8 p.m.
Legendary Swedish psychedelic rock outfit Träd, Gräs och Stenar lands in Brooklyn for a rare stateside performance on Friday. The Brooklyn-based band Endless Boogie shares the bill, providing the public with a night of certified fresh choogle and endless boogieing.
Dream-Over: A Sleepover for Adults at The Rubin
The Rubin Museum of Art, Manhattan
Sept. 29-Sept. 30
The Rubin Museum of Art is hosting its popular sleepover for adults this weekend, giving attendees a chance to sleep under famous works of art, listen to a panel discussion about the significance of dreams and join in other communal activities. Back in 2011, The Rubin was the first city museum to establish the concept of overnight parties, setting a trend that soon spread to other landmarks. So if you can’t snag tickets to this year’s Dream-Over, check out the bevy of museums hosting similar shindigs.
NYFF Live: In Conversation With Frederick Wiseman
Film Society of Lincoln Center, Amphitheater, Manhattan
Oct. 1; 7 p.m.
Director Frederick Wiseman will take the stage at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s amphitheater for what is sure to be a spirited Q&A about his latest documentary, “Monrovia, Indiana,” which premieres this Sunday as part of the New York Film Festival. While the talk, held in conjunction with the NYFF and moderated by the Film Society’s Ken Jones, is free, there are limited spots available in the 75-seat venue, so plan to get there an hour early for the first-come, first-serve, one-per-person tickets.
Top Image: Still from "Monrovia, Indiana," directed by Frederick Wiseman. Courtesy of Zipporah Films. Copyright 2018, Civic Film, LLC.