• the spectrum

    [I’m counting down to the release of the Brooklyn Spaces book by doing one mini-post per day, sharing teasers of some of the places you’ll find in it.] neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: performance venue | active since: 2011 …

  • the swamp

    [I’m counting down to the release of the Brooklyn Spaces book by doing one mini-post per day, sharing teasers of some of the places you’ll find in it.] neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: music venue | active since: 2009 …

  • vaudeville park

    space type: art & music venue | neighborhood: williamsburg | active: 2008–2013 | links: website, facebook, twitter Vaudeville Park is a plucky arts venue with wildly diverse programming. It sits right on the borderline (at least, the current …

  • trinity project

    neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: nonprofit, art studios | active: 2009–2012 | link: facebook The Trinity Project is a fantastic, pioneering nonprofit organization working to integrate artists more completely into the communities where they live. It’s an alliance between …

  • werdink / ninja pyrate

    neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: screenprinting \ events | active since: 2010 links (werdink): site, blog, myspace, facebook | link (ninja pyrate): facebook contact (werdink): contact@werdink.com; 917.204.2976 | contact (ninja pyrate): ninjapyrates@gmail.com…

  • shea stadium

    neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: music space | active since: 2009 | links: website, facebook There is something magical about the little corner of East Williamsburg south of Grand Street and east of Bushwick Ave. Within just a …

  • trees not trash

    neighborhood: East Williamsburg / Bushwick | space type: community space; guerilla garden | active since: 2004 | link: website, facebook Who says a space has to be enclosed by four walls, or even have a roof? Trees Not Trash…

  • bushwick project for the arts

    neighborhood: east williamsburg | space type: art & event space | active: 2009–2011 | link: website Update May 2011. As many know, Bushwick Project for the Arts was also an experiment in radical living environments: all the artists were housed …