arts 07.22.14

One Liners
Every Person in New York

School of Visual Arts grad student Jennifer Beatty's project 100 Hoopties recreates iconic posters, characters and logos
using only scrap bike parts.

La Casa Azul Bookstore is hosting a book drive for children who were apprehended and detained at the Mexico-US border and are currently in deportation proceedings in the NYC area.

Don't miss the Ai Wei Wei exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum
(closing August 10); once you understand what it is,
the large sculpture Straight is especially affecting.

Museum Hack is a 'band of renegade tour guides'.

A terrific group of Broadway performers, including Ken Page and Vivian Reed, sing The Wiz's underrated score at 54 Below, August 10.

Destination Moon: music and art at Brooklyn's Littlefield, July 25

At the Museum of Arts and Design, Artists Anonymous—a recovery program for artists (but open to the public) by Karen Finley for the 'artistically afflicted'.

Tonight, Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30pm, a new interpretation by David Lamelas of the 1970 work Time,
called Time Line on the High Line.

Jason Polan started Every Person in New York in March of 2008. He plans on working on the project until it is finished. Look for Every Person in New York on Tuesdays in MUG and daily at Jason's site.

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