Just when you think it’s all been done: conceptual hamburger art. That is only one of the many sparkling options before you for arts and entertainment in the Wick this weekend! Go see stuff!
As I type, it’s thundering and getting darker, but supposing that it doesn’t actually rain all day and night… go up to a rooftop on Lawton for a screening of work by Peter Buntaine and Lorenzo Gattorna of New York(er) Shorts.
The Kingdom Den will be full of talented and gorgeous babes this evening, all playin’ for ya: Buffie Roseanne, Susan Hwang and Amber Lee.
Friday, stop in and say goodbye to Ad Hoc as they present their final show in 49 Bogart Street. It will certainly mark a chapter closing in Morgantown.
Saturday, The Laundromat presents first event of its 2009 season, The Burger Show, an "exhibition of artwork and conceptual hamburgers … combining two of New York’s most beloved summer traditions: the group show, and the barbecue." "The artists will prepare burgers at the gallery, each designed with an art historical or conceptual theme. Visitors may purchase a burger made by the artist of their choice (prices ranging from $5-20.)" Ok, please go to this.
Sunday, get your fine asses to Morgan Ave. It’s a very special, very interactive edition of Moviehouse. "First, Min Oh lets you ‘choose your own adventure’ … then using the latest drawing tablet technologies, VJ Shantell Martin illustrates the music that she hears." Moviehouse never disappoints. Go!
Enjoy our little summer while it lasts, folks! Go out and have a wonderful weekend.