Get your dancing shoes on! On Wednesday, April 27 at 9pm, the After Party for the Brooklyn Artists Ball will be taking over the Great Hall of the Brooklyn Museum — and Urban Omnibus is pleased to be one of this year’s event sponsors.
Music by featured DJs Gibby Haynes (with a special guest), Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein will be accompanied by an open bar and tasty treats.
All this will take place under and around the whirling dervish-y, hoop-skirted, magic mushroom fantasy world of reOrder, an architectural installation by Situ Studio currently up in the Great Hall. For the After Party, reOrder will also serve as canvas for a video environment by artist Sean Capone. reOrder is the first installation in the Museum’s Great Hall since its renovation at the hands of Ennead Architects (formerly known as Polshek Partnership) and is well worth a trip to Eastern Parkway to experience firsthand. [UPDATE 4/20/11: Read more about reOrder and Situ Studio in our latest feature, Situ Studio: Patterns of Motion and Places of Pause.]
The Brooklyn Artists Ball “celebrates the art, creativity and influence of Brooklyn artists and the Museum’s role as a cultural gateway.” Tickets to the after party are $50 and are available for sale online through April 25. Let’s dance!
Brooklyn Artists Ball After Party
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
200 Eastern Parkway
Great Hall, 1st Floor
Following the Brooklyn Artists Ball, this event will feature live DJs, delectable treats, and an open bar. (Tickets for the Ball itself are also available for sale here.)
Gibby Haynes and Special Guest
Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein